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International Journal of Web Engineering and Technology

International Journal of Web Engineering and Technology (IJWET)

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  • A Model-Driven Approach for the Verification of an Adaptive Service Composition
    by Sara Zatout 
    Abstract: The development of Web service compositions is a complex task that needs coherent mechanisms in order to maintain the quality of the provided business process and to satisfy user needs. This paper proposes a development process of an adaptable composed Web service and mainly focuses on the reliability and the performance properties. It explores the Model Driven Architecture transformation technique in order to formally model the whole service orchestration using the Timed Coloured Petri Net formalism. The software CPN Tools offers, among others, the ASK-Computational Tree Logic, the Model Checking technique and several monitors that will be exploited to describe and verify different properties at design time. They will also be used via Access/CPN library in order to reason about the reconfiguration technique at runtime. An example of an identity card management process is given to prove the feasibility of the proposed solution.
    Keywords: Adaptive composition; Timed Coloured Petri Nets; Formal Verification; MDA; Reliability; Performance.

  • Two Phase Pickup Vehicle Routing Based on the K-means++ and Genetic Algorithms
    by Huan Zhao 
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  • A Secure VM Allocation Scheme to Preserve against Co-Resident Threat
    by Sakshi Chhabra, Ashutosh Kumar Singh 
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  • Short Text Classification Using Feature Enrichment from Credible Texts
    by Issa Alsmadi, Keng Hoon Gan 
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  • Improvement of TCP Vegas Algorithm Based on Forward Direction Delay
    by Shijie Guan, Yueqiu Jiang, Qixue Guan 
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