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					OASIS WSQM TC Meeting


        2005. 12. 14
         Dugki Min
       Agenda
  1. Roll Call
  2. Review and approval of the agenda
  3. Review and approval of the previous meeeting minutes
  4. Review of WSQM 2.0
  5. Issue Discussion
          Definition of Web Services Quality
          Discussion of terms, scope, overview and methodology of
  reviewing the contributed work
          Web Services in Australia and Metrics for UDDI Registry
          Other Issues
  6. Any Other Business
          F2F Meeting at San Francisco in May next year
          F2F Meeting in Korea early next year
          Other Businesses
  7. Adjourn




건국대학교                                                 컴퓨터공학부
     Dr. Eunju Kim’s Suggestion
  Two definition of WS Quality related terms and scopes of Web
    Services Quality

  1. Web Services Quality : A set of non-fun ctional attributes that
     may impact the quality of the service offered by a WebService

  2. Quality Enabled Web Services : Web Services which provide
     infomation on Quality and gaurantee it.

  3. Scope of Web Services Quality : Non-Functional
     Information(feature) which can be refered through quality
     envolved(enabled) web services life cycle.

  4. Quality envolved(enabled) web services life cycle :
     Planning, Development, Deployment, Discovery, Use, Manage
      etc
     (It should be more developed)

건국대학교                                                     컴퓨터공학부
      Definition of Web Services Quality
     A set of non-functional attributes that may
      impact the quality of the service offered by a
      WebService (Dr. Eunju Kim)
     A set of non-functional QoS aspects of web
      services (Dr.Dugki Min)
         Ref: Software Architecture in Practice, 2nd
         Ref: IBM article: Understanding quality of service
          for Web services
         Ref: ISO/IEC 9000, ISO/IEC 9126-1
         Ref: CCITT Recommendation E.800


건국대학교                                               컴퓨터공학부
      Web Service Papers
     IEEE (by Web Services)
         matched 1845 of 1,282,825 documents.
     ACM (by Web Services)
         Found 878 of 167,655 documents
     Google
         Web Services Quality에 대한 약
          341,000,000개 결과들
     Conferences
         Web Services Quality Workshops,
          Conferences

건국대학교                                       컴퓨터공학부
      Related Terms
     Web Services QoS
     QoS enabled Web services
         = QoS-aware Web services
     Framework for QoS-aware Web Services
     QoS specifications and management of Web
      services
     QoS negotiation & binding establishment
     Selection and Monitoring of QoS-aware Web
      services


건국대학교                                   컴퓨터공학부
    Web Service QoS Stacks




건국대학교                        컴퓨터공학부
      Suggestion for F2F Meeting
     The 2nd IEEE International
      Workshop on Collaborative Computing,
      Integration, and Assurance (WCCIA)
         April 27-28, 2006, in Kolon Hotel,
          Gyeongju, Korea
         http://asusrl.eas.asu.edu/srlab/activities/w
          ccia/
         organized in conjunction with
          the 9th IEEE International Symposium on
          Object and component-oriented Real-time
          distributed Computing (ISORC)

건국대학교                                         컴퓨터공학부
      WCCIA 2006
     Scope
         Web Services (WS) and Service-Oriented Computing (SOC) form a new
          paradigm of computing that changes the way we develop and use
          computer software. Under this new paradigm, all computer programs or
          components are given a standard and platform-independent programming
          interface, and be stored in an internet-searchable repository. The
          accumulation of available components makes it possible to compose
          applications completely based on existing components. Assuming that
          there exists a large repository of components (services), the manual
          coding (programming) step in the software development process can be
          largely replaced by automatic code generation. In other words, once the
          model of a system is developed, which consists of components and the
          relationships among the components, the executable of the system
          (application) or the simulation of the application can be automatically
          generated, if the functions of the components can be performed by
          existing services. Furthermore, an application can be modified at runtime.
          An application can dynamically discover newly available services, use the
          new services to replace an existing service (reconfiguration), and
          recompose the system based on the modified model (recomposition).
          The new computing paradigm imposes new challenges and opportunities
          for modeling and simulation research. This year's WCCIA workshop
          devotes to exploring the new techniques and applications of modeling and
          simulation in service-oriented computing paradigm. The topics include but
          not limited to:


건국대학교                                                                 컴퓨터공학부
       WCCIA 2006
     Topics
          Specification, design, and implementation of service-oriented architecture
          Model-driven development
          Architecture-based development
          Modeling languages
          Model-based simulation
          Distributed simulation
          Service-oriented system engineering
          Modeling and simulation of Web services and service-oriented applications
          Performance evaluation of Web services and service-oriented applications
          Dependability evaluation of Web services and service-oriented applications
          Quality assurance of Web services and service-oriented applications
          Trustworthy computing over the Internet
          Tools supporting Web service development
          Infrastructure supporting service-oriented architecture and Web services
          Web service experimentation environment
          Web services searching, discovery, remote invocation, and monitoring
          Dynamic Web services composition, configuration, and reconfiguration
          Web services testing, reliability assessment, and ranking
          Test case generation using formal methods and model checking
          Applications of trustworthy Web services, for example, in supply chain, banking, travel services, and
           mission-critical tasks.
          Collaborative verification and Validation
          Reliability, security, safety, and trustworthiness of web-based computing




건국대학교                                                                                        컴퓨터공학부

				
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