Service-Oriented Computing: Semantics, Processes, Agents by Munindar P. Singh

By Munindar P. Singh

This accomplished textВ explains the rules and perform of internet companies and relates all ideas to functional examples and rising standards.В  Its discussions comprise:

  • Ontologies
  • Semantic internet applied sciences
  • Peer-to-peer carrier discovery
  • Service choice
  • Web constitution and hyperlink research
  • Distributed transactions
  • Process modelling
  • Consistency management.В 

TheВ application of those technologiesВ is basically explainedВ within the context ofВ planning, negotiation, contracts, compliance, privateness, and community guidelines. TheВ presentation ofВ the highbrow underpinnings of net companies attracts from a number of key disciplines comparable to databases, dispensed computing, synthetic intelligence, and multi-agent platforms for strategies and formalisms.В  rules from those disciplines are united within the context of net providers and service-based applications.В 

that includes an accompanying site and teacher’s handbook that features a whole set of transparencies for lectures, copies of open-source software program for routines and dealing implementations, and assets to behavior path initiatives, this publication makes an exceptional graduate textbook.  it is going to additionally end up a useful reference and coaching instrument for practitioners.

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IETF. The Internet Engineering Task Force is charged with the creation and dissemination of standards dealing with Internet technologies. Besides the TCP/IP suite and URIs, the IETF is also responsible for HTTP and other protocols of interest to services, such as Session Initiation Protocol (SIP) and SMTP. OMG. The Object Management Group has been developing standards for modeling, interoperating, and enacting distributed object systems. Its most popular standards include the Unified Modeling Language (UML) and Common Object Request Broker Architecture (CORBA).

However, integration is not easy and is fragile. This means that the conceptually integrated system, if one can be built, would tend to be unreliable. Most importantly, such a system would be fragile: as the components evolve because of changing local requirements, we would have to 9 10 Computing with Services keep reintegrating them. Therefore, it is more pragmatic to let the components be heterogeneous, but to impose various kinds of weak requirements on their interactions. After all, this is the reason why we have standardized protocols, such as TCP/IP and HTTP.

6 Mediated architecture showing standard agent types . . . The components of an agent management system . . . The architecture of a TMS-based agent . . . . . . Initial state of knowledge bases of interacting agents . . Continued example of knowledge bases of interacting agents Final state of knowledge bases of interacting agents . . . . . . . . . . .

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