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Understanding how services operate as part of large scale global networks, the related risks and gains of different network structures and their dynamics is becoming increasingly critical for society. Our vision and research agenda focuses on the particularly challenging task of building, analyzing, and reasoning about global service networks. This paper explains how Service Network Analysis (SNA) can be used to study and optimize the provisioning of complex services modeled as Open Semantic Service Networks (OSSN), a computer-understandable digital structure which represents connected and dependent services.
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