High Assurance Services Computing

By Jing Dong , Raymond Paul , Liang-Jie Zhang

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Service computing is a cutting-edge area, popular in both industry and academia. This edited volume by well-established researchers in this field, captures and makes accessible the most recent practical developments in service-oriented high-assurance systems.

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  • ISBN13: 978-0-3878-7657-3
  • 340 Pages
  • User Level: Science
  • Publication Date: May 28, 2009
  • Available eBook Formats: PDF
  • eBook Price: $129.00
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Service computing is a cutting-edge area, popular in both industry and academia. New challenges have been introduced to develop service-oriented systems with high assurance requirements. High Assurance Services Computing captures and makes accessible the most recent practical developments in service-oriented high-assurance systems. An edited volume contributed by well-established researchers in this field worldwide, this book reports the best current practices and emerging methods in the areas of service-oriented techniques for high assurance systems. Available results from industry and government, R&D laboratories and academia are included, along with unreported results from the “hands-on” experiences of software professionals in the respective domains. Designed for practitioners and researchers working for industrial organizations and government agencies, High Assurance Services Computing is also suitable for advanced-level students in computer science and engineering.
Table of Contents

Table of Contents

  1. Preface.
  2. Self
  3. Adaptive Interoperability of Dynamically Discovered Services.
  4. Adaptive Management of QoS Assured Provision of Composite Services.
  5. Using Patterns for Security Assurance of Service Oriented Architectures.
  6. Replication Techniques for Service Level Assurance.
  7. Model
  8. Based Specification of High Assurance Services.
  9. Formal Methods for High Assurance Service
  10. Oriented Computing.
  11. A Trust Monitoring Architecture for Service
  12. Based Software.
  13. Replication Techniques for Service Level Assurance.
  14. Service
  15. Based Modelling for Elderly Care with Wearable and Ambient Sensors.
  16. Assuring Timeliness of Volunteer e
  17. Science.
  18. Quality Evaluation of Service Composition.
  19. Index.
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