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Toward Trustworthy Coordination of Web Services Business Activities
IEEE Transactions on Services Computing
By Hua Chai,Honglei Zhang,Wenbing Zhao,P. Michael Melliar-Smith,Louise E. Moser
Issue Date:April 2013
We present a lightweight Byzantine fault tolerance (BFT) algorithm, which can be used to render the coordination of web services business activities (WS-BA) more trustworthy. The lightweight design of the BFT algorithm is the result of a comprehensive stud...
Trustworthy Coordination of Web Services Atomic Transactions
IEEE Transactions on Parallel and Distributed Systems
By Honglei Zhang,Hua Chai,Wenbing Zhao,P. Michael Melliar-Smith,Louise E. Moser
Issue Date:August 2012
The Web Services Atomic Transactions (WS-AT) specification makes it possible for businesses to engage in standard distributed transaction processing over the Internet using Web Services technology. For such business applications, trustworthy coordination o...
Dynamic Division about Traffic Control Sub-area Based on Back Propagation Neural Network
Intelligent Human-Machine Systems and Cybernetics, International Conference on
By Chungui Li, Ying Xie, Honglei Zhang, Xiang-lei Yan
Issue Date:August 2010
This paper, based on Back Propagation (BP) neural network, proposes a method to divide traffic control sub-area dynamically. Considering three factors — traffic flow, distance of intersections and cycle, it forecasts the coordinatability factor and divides...
Byzantine Fault Tolerant Coordination for Web Services Business Activities
Services Computing, IEEE International Conference on
By Wenbing Zhao, Honglei Zhang
Issue Date:July 2008
In this paper, we present a comprehensive study on the threats towards the coordination services for Web services business activities and explore the most optimal solution to mitigate such threats. A careful analysis of the state model of the coordination ...
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