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Combining Query-By-Example and Query Expansion for simplifying WebService discovery

Combining Query-By-Example and Query Expansion for simplifying WebService discovery,10.1007/s10796-009-9221-9,Information Systems Frontiers,Marco Cras

Combining Query-By-Example and Query Expansion for simplifying WebService discovery   (Citations: 1)
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Journal: Information Systems Frontiers - ISF , vol. 13, no. 3, pp. 1-22, 2011
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    • ...EasySOC is based on our previous research in WSDL-based technical contract design and specification [5], Web Service discovery [6] and serviceoriented development and programming [7, 8]...
    • ...We have empirically proved that the source code artifacts of client applications usually carry relevant information about the functional descriptions of the potential services that can be discovered and, in turn, consumed from within applications [6]...
    • ...In this line, best practices for building an application that contains useful information about the services the application needs comprise [6]: 1) Defining the expected interface of every application component that is planned not to be implemented, but outsourced to a Web Service...
    • ...Builder by using the previous collection of 392 WSDL documents to feed a service registry [6]...
    • ...Similarly, the positive effect on service discovery of the guideline for generating and expanding queries has been also measured [6]...

    Juan Manuel Rodriguezet al. The EasySOC Project: A Rich Catalog of Best Practices for DevelopingWe...

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