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Handbook of Service Description

USDL and Its Methods

By Alistair Barros , Daniel Oberle

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  • ISBN13: 978-1-4614-1863-4
  • 563 Pages
  • User Level: Professionals
  • Publication Date: March 2, 2012
  • Available eBook Formats: PDF
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The Handbook of Service Description introduces an in-depth overview of service description efforts. The book also highlights the recent Unified Service Description Language (USDL) in detail and discusses its methods. The Handbook of Service Description is the normative scientific reference for the upcoming standardization of the Unified Service Description Language (USDL). Complete documentation is included. The Handbook of Service Description is designed for those working in the service science industry as a reference book. Advanced-level students focused on computer science, engineering and business will also find this book a valuable asset.
Table of Contents

Table of Contents

  1. The Internet of Services and USDL.
  2. Product
  3. Service System Approaches.
  4. Service Network Approaches.
  5. Service System Approaches.
  6. SOA Approaches.
  7. SemanticWeb Services Fundamentals.
  8. Semantic Web Services Approaches.
  9. Design Overview of USDL.
  10. Service Pricing.
  11. Service Licensing.
  12. Service Functionality and Behavior.
  13. Service Levels, Security, and Trust.
  14. Modeling Foundations.
  15. Representing USDL for Humans and Tools.
  16. Enabling USDL by Tools.
  17. Supporting USDL by a Governance Framework.
  18. Managing Variants of USDL.
  19. Case Studies.
  20. Experience Report on Real
  21. World Manual Service Modeling in USDL.
  22. Requirements for a Service Description Languageā€”Findings from a Delphi Study.
  23. How Complete is the USDL?.

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