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Web service interactions have triggered the initiative to identify and solve mismatches from a behavioral aspect. Current approaches are limited since they mainly focus on control-flow but largely ignore data-flow. In this paper, we propose an approach to automatically generate scenarios and views for describing external behavior of Web services, i.e. the public process, considering both control-flow and data-flow. We define a scenario as a set of complete execution paths for a public process. Data dependencies are presented as a dependency graph, which is optimized into a minimal dependency graph. Then, a view is generated to describe a scenario for analysis purposes, and external behavior of a Web service is described as a finite set of views. Our approach is very useful for service modelers and users to better understand the external behavior of Web services, to identify and solve mismatches from a behavioral aspect, and thus to facilitate Web service interactions.
Public Process, Scenario, View, Mediated Service Interaction
Zhangbing Zhou, Laurentiu Vasiliu, Sami Bhiri, Kaizhu Huang, Manfred Hauswirth, Lei Shu, "A Scenario-View Based Approach to Analyze External Behavior of Web Services for Supporting Mediated Service Interactions", 2013 IEEE International Conference on Services Computing, vol. 02, no. , pp. 249-256, 2008, doi:10.1109/SCC.2008.41
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