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The Web Services Management Layer (WSML) is an academic middleware platform that is placed in between clients and web services. It takes care of dynamic integration, selection, composition and client-side management of web services, thus removing the need to take care of these concerns in clients. This paper describes how the WSML can be used to express web service compositions, and presents the results of a number of experiments which evaluate the performance and scalability of the current WSML implementation. These results show that the WSML induces only a small overhead compared to systems in which the WSML has not been deployed. The advanced features of the WSML therefore come a low cost in terms of performance and scalability, which makes it a viable option in real-life web services applications.

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Joncheere, Niels, Bart Verheecke, Viviane Jonckers, Sofie Van Hoecke, Gregory Van Seghbroeck, and Bart Dhoedt. 2008. “Web Service Composition Using the Web Services Management Layer.” In WEBIST 2008: PROCEEDINGS OF THE FOURTH INTERNATIONAL CONFERENCE ON WEB INFORMATION SYSTEMS AND TECHNOLOGIES, VOL 1, 1:109–116. Setubal: INSTICC-INST SYST TECHNOLOGIES INFORMATION CONTROL & COMMUNICATION.
APA
Joncheere, N., Verheecke, B., Jonckers, V., Van Hoecke, S., Van Seghbroeck, G., & Dhoedt, B. (2008). Web service composition using the Web Services Management Layer. WEBIST 2008: PROCEEDINGS OF THE FOURTH INTERNATIONAL CONFERENCE ON WEB INFORMATION SYSTEMS AND TECHNOLOGIES, VOL 1 (Vol. 1, pp. 109–116). Presented at the 4th International Conference on Web Information Systems and Technologies, Setubal: INSTICC-INST SYST TECHNOLOGIES INFORMATION CONTROL & COMMUNICATION.
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Joncheere N, Verheecke B, Jonckers V, Van Hoecke S, Van Seghbroeck G, Dhoedt B. Web service composition using the Web Services Management Layer. WEBIST 2008: PROCEEDINGS OF THE FOURTH INTERNATIONAL CONFERENCE ON WEB INFORMATION SYSTEMS AND TECHNOLOGIES, VOL 1. Setubal: INSTICC-INST SYST TECHNOLOGIES INFORMATION CONTROL & COMMUNICATION; 2008. p. 109–16.
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Joncheere, Niels, Bart Verheecke, Viviane Jonckers, et al. “Web Service Composition Using the Web Services Management Layer.” WEBIST 2008: PROCEEDINGS OF THE FOURTH INTERNATIONAL CONFERENCE ON WEB INFORMATION SYSTEMS AND TECHNOLOGIES, VOL 1. Vol. 1. Setubal: INSTICC-INST SYST TECHNOLOGIES INFORMATION CONTROL & COMMUNICATION, 2008. 109–116. Print.
@inproceedings{679200,
  abstract     = {The Web Services Management Layer (WSML) is an academic middleware platform that is placed in between clients and web services. It takes care of dynamic integration, selection, composition and client-side management of web services, thus removing the need to take care of these concerns in clients. This paper describes how the WSML can be used to express web service compositions, and presents the results of a number of experiments which evaluate the performance and scalability of the current WSML implementation. These results show that the WSML induces only a small overhead compared to systems in which the WSML has not been deployed. The advanced features of the WSML therefore come a low cost in terms of performance and scalability, which makes it a viable option in real-life web services applications.},
  author       = {Joncheere, Niels and Verheecke, Bart and Jonckers, Viviane and Van Hoecke, Sofie and Van Seghbroeck, Gregory and Dhoedt, Bart},
  booktitle    = {WEBIST 2008: PROCEEDINGS OF THE FOURTH INTERNATIONAL CONFERENCE ON WEB INFORMATION SYSTEMS AND TECHNOLOGIES, VOL 1},
  isbn         = {978-989-8111-26-5},
  language     = {eng},
  location     = {Funchal, Portugal},
  pages        = {109--116},
  publisher    = {INSTICC-INST SYST TECHNOLOGIES INFORMATION CONTROL \& COMMUNICATION},
  title        = {Web service composition using the Web Services Management Layer},
  volume       = {1},
  year         = {2008},
}

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