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  • 1. ICWS 2005 and SCC 2005 Advance Program May 29, 2005 ICWS 2005 and SCC 2005 ADVANCE PROGRAM IEEE International Conference on Web Services (ICWS 2005) http://conferences.computer.org/icws/2005 IEEE International Conference on Services Computing (SCC 2005) http://conferences.computer.org/scc/2005 Sponsored by IEEE Computer Society Technical Committee on Services Computing http://tab.computer.org/tcsc July 11-15, 2005 Sheraton Safari Hotel - Lake Buena Vista Florida 12205 Apopka-Vineland Road, Orlando, FL 32836, USA 1
  • 2. ICWS 2005 and SCC 2005 Advance Program May 29, 2005 2005 IEEE International Conference on Services Computing (SCC 2005) 2005 IEEE International Conference on Web Services (ICWS 2005) July 11th, 2005 (Monday): Tutorials & Workshop Day 7:30am-6:00pm ICWS 2005 and SCC 2005 Registration Room Room A (ICWS &SCC) Room B (ICWS &SCC) Room C Tutorial 1 (Distributed System ICWS Workshop Tutorial 3 (Semantic Web Services 8:30-10:00 Development Using Web Service and (SDWP) Tutorial) Enterprise Java Beans) 10:00-10:30 AM Break ICWS Workshop 10:30-12:30 Tutorial 1 Tutorial 3 (SDWP) 12:30-1:30 Lunch (not included) Tutorial 2 (Designing and Implementing ICWS Workshop Tutorial 4 (Quality of Service Specification 13:30-15:00 Enterprise Service Bus (ESB) and SOA (SDWP) and Management for XML Web Services) Solutions) 15:00-15:15 PM Break ICWS Workshop 15:15-17:15 Tutorial 2 Tutorial 4 (SDWP) 18:30-21:00 Open 2
  • 3. ICWS 2005 and SCC 2005 Advance Program May 29, 2005 2005 IEEE International Conference on Services Computing (SCC 2005) 3
  • 4. ICWS 2005 and SCC 2005 Advance Program May 29, 2005 2005 IEEE International Conference on Web Services (ICWS 2005) July 12th, 2005 (Tuesday) 7:30-8:00 Breakfast Room Ballroom Opening & ICWS 2005 & SCC 2005 Joint Keynote (Keynote 1: Michael J. Carey, XML Data Services, ACM Fellow 8:00-9:30 and Member of the National Academy of Engineering, BEA Systems, Inc.) 9:30-10:00 AM Break Room ICWS ICWS SCC Industry Poster ICWS-Research 1 ICWS-Industry 1 (WS ICWS-Research 2 SCC-Research 1 (Services for Business Job Fair System 10:00 - 11:30 (Data and (Security and Discovery and Communication Introduction Transactions) Trust for SOA) Selection) Applications) Lunch (not included) 11:30-12:30 ICWS-Research 3 (Security: ICWS-Research 4 SCC-Research 2 ICWS-Industry 2 (Web Job Fair System 12:30-14:00 Languages, (Verification and (Service-Oriented Services Composition) Introduction Standards, Testing) Grid Systems) Frameworks) 14:00-14:30 PM Break ICWS-Research 5 SCC-Research 3 ICWS-Industry 3 (Web ICWS-Research 6 ICWS Poster 1 14:30-16:00 (Quality of (Compliance and Services Process (Grid Computing) (Business Integration) Service) Access Control) Modeling) 16:00-16:30 PM Break Panel 1 (Services ICWS Poster 2 SCC-Research 4 ICWS-Research 7 Science: Services ICWS-Industry 4 (Web (Business Solutions 16:30-18:00 (Services (Mobility) Innovation Research Services Discovery) and Performance Management) & Education) Issue) ICWS 2005 and SCC 2005 Joint Reception (6:30-9:00) & Student Forum Sponsored by IBM 18:30-21:00 Research 2005 IEEE International Conference on Web Services (ICWS 2005) 4
  • 5. ICWS 2005 and SCC 2005 Advance Program May 29, 2005 July 13rd, 2005 (Wednesday) 7:30-8:00 Breakfast ICWS & SCC Joint Keynote (Keynote 2: Richard Hull, Web Services Composition: A Story of Models, Automata, 8:00-9:30 and Logics, Director of Network Data and Services Research at Bell Laboratories) 9:30-10:00 AM Break Demo and Display – Tabletop 10:00-17:00 Room ICWS SCC/Panel SCC Industry Industry/Poster ICWS-Research 8 SCC-Research 6 SCC-Industry 1 (Optimization of SCC-Research 5 (Business ICWS-Industry 5 (Web 10:00 - 11:30 (Services SOAP (Services Mobility) Process Services Policy) Management) Messaging) Management) 11:30-12:30 Lunch (not included) Panel 2 (Service- SCC-Research 7 ICWS-Research 9 SCC-Industry 2 (SLA Based Computing (Business ICWS-Industry 6 (Web 12:30-14:00 (Composition and and Services Strategy & Planning Process Services Interactions) Orchestration) Optimization) by IT Professionals) Integration) 14:00-14:30 PM Break SCC-Research 9 SCC-Research 8 ICWS-Industry 7 (Grid ICWS-Research (SOA ICWS Poster 3 (QoS, 14:30-16:00 (SOA and Service Services and Service 10 (Provisioning) Programming Privacy and Adaptive) Infrastructures) Access) and Benchmark) 16:00-16:30 PM Break SCC-Research 10 ICWS-Research Panal 3 (Quality of ICWS Poster 4 (Service (SOA and ICWS-Industry 8 (Web 16:30-18:00 11 (Monitoring Manageability of Web Discovery and Services Services Security) and Testing) Services) Composition) Orchestration) ICWS and SCC Joint Banquet Time: 6:00-10:00 18:30-22:00 2005 IEEE International Conference on Web Services (ICWS 2005) 5
  • 6. ICWS 2005 and SCC 2005 Advance Program May 29, 2005 July 14th, 2005 (Thursday) 7:30-8:00 Breakfast ICWS & SCC Joint Keynote (Keynote 3: George M. Galambos, Services Ecosystem, IBM Fellow, Chief Technology 8:00-9:30 Officer, IBM Global Services Canada) 9:30-10:00 AM Break 10:00-17:00 Demo and Display - Tabletop/Demo Area Room ICWS Industry/Panel SCC Industry Poster ICWS-Research SCC-Industry 3 ICWS-Industry 9 SCC-Research 11 SCC Poster 2 (QoS, 12 (Automated (Decision Support and 10:00 - 11:30 (Secure Web Services (Services RFID, and Grid Flow Services Applications in Grid Transactions) Discovery) Management) Composition) Computing) 11:30-12:30 Lunch (not included) ICWS-Research SCC-Research 12 13 (Semantic ICWS-Industry 10 SCC-Industry 4 SCC Poster 3 (Service- (SOA and 12:30-14:00 Web Services: (Web Services (Service-Oriented Oriented Distributed Business Standards, Tools, Middleware) Architecture) Systems) Collaboration) Architectures) 14:00-14:30 PM Break Panel 4 (Experiences ICWS-Research SCC-Research 13 with Service SCC-Industry 5 ICWS Poster 5 (SOA 14 (Service (Services 14:30-16:00 Computing- a view (Business Process and Web Services Management and Composition and from the Business Management) Applications) SOA) Discovery) World) 16:00-16:30 PM Break ICWS-Industry 11 ICWS-Research SCC-Research 14 SCC-Industry 6 (Web Services ICWS Poster 6 (Web 16:30-18:00 15 (Service (Service-Oriented (Services Composition Enabling Service Application) Invocation) Grid Computing) and Discovery) Technologies) ICWS 2005 & SCC 2005 Program Committee & Organizing Committee Meeting 18:30-21:00 2005 IEEE International Conference on Web Services (ICWS 2005) 6
  • 7. ICWS 2005 and SCC 2005 Advance Program May 29, 2005 July 15th, 2005 (Friday) 7:30-8:00 Breakfast ICWS & SCC Joint Keynote (Keynote 4: Ephraim Feig, Five years of Software as a Service: The Good, the Bad 8:00-9:30 and the Ugly, IEEE Fellow, Chief Technology Officer and Chief Marketing Officer, Kintera) 9:30-10:00 AM Break, Plaza Foyer Room Industry Industry Industry Poster/Industry Tutorial ICWS-Industry 12 ICWS-Industry 13 SCC-Industry 7 (WS Architecture SCC Poster 1 (Web Tutorial 5 10:00 - 11:30 (Web Services (Business and Services Services and SOA) (Perspectives on SOA) Applications) Services) Integration) 11:30-12:30 Lunch (not included) ICWS-Industry 14 ICWS-Industry 15 SCC-Industry 8 SCC-Industry 9 (Web Services in (Web Services 12:30-14:00 (Industry (Services in Web and Tutorial 5 Service Composition and Applications) Mobile Environment) Deployments) Management) 14:00-14:30 PM Break Tutorial 6 14:30-16:00 ICWS 2005 and SCC 2005 Closing Panel (ICWS 2006 and SCC 2006 Announcement) (Collaborative Business Transactions Management) 16:00-17:00 Remarks: 36 Sessions for ICWS 2005 (15 Research Sessions, 15 Industry Sessions, and 6 Poster Sessions) 26 Sessions for SCC 2005 (14 Research Sessions, 9 Industry Sessions, and 3 Poster Sessions) 6 Tutorials 4 Panels 4 Keynotes 1 ICWS 2005 Workshop 1 Banquet, 1 Reception (Student Forum) 7
  • 8. ICWS 2005 and SCC 2005 Advance Program May 29, 2005 Keynote 1 XML Data Services Michael J. Carey ACM Fellow Member of the National Academy of Engineering BEA Systems, Inc. Abstract We address the question, "In the brave new world of Web services and service-oriented architectures (SOA), how does data fit in?" We bring data modeling concepts to bear on the world of services, yielding an approach in which enterprise data access is handled by a collection of interrelated data services. We show how the approach can be realized on a foundation of XML standards, namely XML Schema, Web services, and XQuery. We show that this approach provides a uniform and declarative framework for integrating enterprise data assets that are drawn from disparate underlying sources, including both queryable and non-queryable data sources as well as data that is encapsulated by Web services. We also show that the approach yields data services that are easily and efficiently reusable. About the speaker Michael Carey is currently the architect for the Liquid Data product at BEA Systems, Inc. Dr. Carey manages the team responsible for "all things XQuery" at BEA, including uses of XQuery for data integration (in Liquid Data) and for application integration (in the data transformation engine of WebLogic Integration). Prior to joining BEA, his past lives include a stint at a Silicon Valley e-commerce startup, time at IBM Research working on DB2 and data integration related technologies, and a over a decade as a database faculty member in the Computer Sciences Department of the University of Wisconsin-Madison. He is an ACM Fellow and a member of the National Academy of Engineering. 8
  • 9. ICWS 2005 and SCC 2005 Advance Program May 29, 2005 Keynote 2 Web Services Composition: A Story of Models, Automata, and Logics Richard Hull Director of Network Data and Services Research Bell Labs Research, Lucent Technologies Abstract ....The web services paradigm promises to enable rich, flexible, and dynamic interoperation of highly distributed and heterogeneous web-hosted services. A key research challenge in web services concerns (semi-)automatic discovery and composition of web services, in order to construct new web services with desired properties or capabilities. This talk provides a survey of key developments that work towards this ambitious goal. The fundamental work in this area has centered on three models, each focused on different aspects of web services: OWL-S focuses on how web services interact with the "real world"; the "Roman" model focuses an abstract notion of "activities" and a internal process model based on automata; and the Conversation model focuses on messages passed between web services and again an automata- based internal process model. More recently, two efforts have attempted to provide a unified model that embraces all of the above elements. This talk provides an overview of these developments, including some of the formal results on automated composition, in an informal and intuitive style. About the speaker . . .Richard Hull is Director of Network Data and Services Research at Bell Laboratories, a division of Lucent Technologies. Hull has broad research interests in the areas of data and information management. He has published over 75 journal and conference articles, and is co-author of the book "Foundations of Databases" (Addison-Wesley). Hull has served on or chaired numerous conference program committees, and is now Associate Editor of the ACM Transactions on Database Systems journal. Hull received a Ph.D. degree in Mathematics from the University of California, Berkeley, in 1979. He spent many years on the faculty of Computer Science at the University of Southern California, and has spent numerous summers at INRIA in France. During that period Hull performed research on database theory, database models, and database programming languages, and his research was supported in part by grants from NSF, DARPA, AT&T, and U S WEST. Since joining Bell Labs, Hull's research has focused on e-services, pervasive computing, personalization, and data management. Hull has also been instrumental in the development of Lucent products in the areas of customer care, privacy-conscious personalization, and more broadly, for enabling the next generation of converged services that span telecom and the web. 9
  • 10. ICWS 2005 and SCC 2005 Advance Program May 29, 2005 Keynote 3 Services Ecosystem George M. Galambos, Ph.D. IBM Fellow Chief Technology Officer, IBM Global Services Canada Abstract Services businesses have become very exciting growth opportunities for the industry. How to design, model, and implement business services using IT technology is becoming a challenging issue. With the introduction of Service-Oriented Architecture (SOA) and Web services, componentizing enterprises and services based on patterns has paved a way to running a successful services business. In this talk, I will describe the services ecosystem, methodology and supporting techniques used to build, operate, and manage business services. About the speaker . Dr. Galambos is an IBM Fellow. In the past years he has led architecture and design engagements in the finance, insurance, transportation, and government industries. He has contributed as a core team member to the development and deployment of the ESS technical architecture. Prior to his role as a consulting architect, Dr. Galambos focused on IT strategy definition and on the design of high performance/high availability on-line systems and networks for large Canadian and international customers. He used this experience to coauthor IBM's End-to-End System Design Method. Current interests include performance and availability characteristics of the network computing model, the integration server design concept, and asset-based system design. He graduated as a chemical engineer from the Leningrad Technology Institute and received a Ph.D. degree in chemical engineering from the Budapest Technical University in 1972. 10
  • 11. ICWS 2005 and SCC 2005 Advance Program May 29, 2005 Keynote 4 Five years of Software as a Service: The Good, the Bad and the Ugly Ephraim Feig, PhD Chief Technology Officer and Chief Marketing Officer Kintera, Inc. Abstract . . Software as a Service (SAS) was introduced with the promise of lowering the costs associated with business software applications. To enable SAS and similar software service deployments to function smoothly, Service-Oriented Architectures (SOAs) were introduced and have been quickly evolving for the past five years. Now, with SOAs well understood and software development environments so efficient, the return to insourcing, especially in the larger enterprises, is cutting into the earlier SAS gains. Providers for the mid-market, on the other hand, are wrestling with the dual problem- how to survive with on-demand requirements in a low margin arena? For many of the early pioneers in SAS and SOA, the past year has been one of tough demands from customers and harsh reactions from financial markets, as they continue to figure out how to survive in challenging, unchartered waters. About the speaker Ephraim Feig, Ph.D., is Chief Technology Officer and Chief Marketing Officer of Kintera, Inc. Prior to joining Kintera, Dr. Feig was employed at IBM from 1980 until 2000, where he most recently held the positions of Program Director of Emerging Technologies in the Research Division and Program Director of Media Platforms in the Internet Division. Dr. Feig was elected Fellow of the Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers for his technical contributions in the field of signal processing and has been issued 22 patents and has more than 20 patent applications pending. Dr. Feig has published more than 100 technical articles in journals and conference proceedings. Dr. Feig has served as an adjunct professor at several universities, including Columbia University, The City College of New York and New York Polytechnic Institute. He is an executive committee member of the IEEE Computer Society Technical Committee on Services Computing. 11
  • 12. ICWS 2005 and SCC 2005 Advance Program May 29, 2005 Panel 1 Services Science: Services Innovation Research & Education Moderator: J. Leon Zhao, University of Arizona Panelists (alphabetical order): • George W. Brown (Intel) • Michael J. Carey (BEA) • Akhil Kumar (Penn State University) • James C. Spohrer (IBM) • Mohan Tanniru (University of Arizona) Panel Theme: .....In a two-day session in May of 2004, starting with the theme of "The Architecture of On Demand Business", over 60 researchers from universities and IBM discussed a bold undertaking: develop and introduce a new academic discipline. A 120-page report was titled "SERVICES SCIENCE: A NEW ACADEMIC DISCIPLINE?", organized along a business model involving business strategy, people/workforce, business process, and underlying technology. The core message of the white paper is "Services has matured as a business as software once did, and there is a science underlying services that must be explored". The key challenge for academia and industry is to determine how to define and measure innovation. The government and companies need to invest in the research and development needed to "move services out of the realm of art and into the realm of science". As an early mover in services science education, the School of Information Management and Systems at UC Berkeley is now offering a new course -- INFOSYS 290: Services Science and Business Engineering. As stated in the course description of INFOSYS 290, "The services sector dominates economic activity in most advanced industrial economies today. Similarly, "Web Services" and "Service Oriented Architectures" are important techniques and concepts as services are increasingly delivered over the Internet. But our scientific understanding of services is in a rather rudimentary state and the methods for designing and deploying them are ad hoc." .......To help move this new field forward in services science research education, this panel assembles several experts in information technology and strategy in an open discussion that will attempt to provide new insights on the following potential questions (but not limited to): + What is services science? + What are the key reference disciplines of services science? + What are the core concepts of services science? + What is the unique model of services science? + Is services science a subject of basic science or engineering science? + What are the existing professions that must learn about services science? + What are the potential impacts of establishing services science as a new discipline? 12
  • 13. ICWS 2005 and SCC 2005 Advance Program May 29, 2005 Biographies Moderator ..J. Leon Zhao is Professor in MIS, University of Arizona. He holds Ph.D. degree from UC Berkeley. He was on the faculty of HKUST and William & Mary. He worked as Staff Scientist in Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory and as Research Engineer in Honeywell. His research has appeared in over 80 conference and journal articles including such topics as web services and services computing. He co- chairs the 15th Workshop on Information Technology and Systems, 2005 with Services Computing as its theme and is co-editing the special issue "From Web Services to Services Computing" for Information Systems Frontier. Panelists ....George W. Brown joined Intel in 1994 and is currently a senior program manager within the ISTG Research group. He focuses specifically on methods and tools to ensure Intel reaches its goals in supply chain management by identifying opportunities to apply information technology in innovative ways to solve business problems and improve Intel business processes. He is also the past chairman of the Supply Chain Council and has represented Intel in external research and benchmarking activities as past chair of the SCC Research Strategy Committee and current Board member of the newly formed Value Chain Group. .....Michael J. Carey is 1983 Ph.D. graduate of UC Berkeley. He joined BEA Systems in 2001 and is currently Technical Director for the Liquid Data at BEA Systems, which just released a new product offering in the area of enterprise data services. His previous work includes a year and half at a Silicon Valley e-commerce startup (Propel Software), five years at the IBM Almaden Research Center working on DB2, data integration, and XML/database technologies, and twelve years as a Computer Sciences faculty at the University of Wisconsin-Madison. He is ACM Fellow and member of National Academy of Engineering. .....Akhil Kumar is a professor of information systems at the Smeal College of Business at Penn State University. He received his Ph.D. from Berkeley, and has previously been on the faculties at Cornell University and University of Colorado, and also spent a sabbatical year as a scientist at Bell Labs, Murray Hill, NJ. He has done pioneering work in XML based workflows. His research interests are in workflow systems, e-services, distributed information systems and intelligent systems. James C. Spohrer is the Director of Almaden Services Research at IBM's Almaden Research Center in San Jose, CA, where innovation for IBM Global Services is the focus. Human sciences, On-Demand Innovation Services (ODIS), deep industry knowledge of future trends, and operations technology are areas of active exploration. Jim received his Computer Science Ph.D. from Yale in 1989, and his Physics B.S. from MIT in 1978. Jim has publications and patents in the areas of learning architectures, authoring tools, student modeling, empirical studies of novice programmers, cognitive science, and artificial intelligence. .........Mohan Tanniru is Eller Professor and the MIS department head, Eller College of Management, University of Arizona. He received his Ph.D. in MIS from Northwestern University in 1978. Prior to 2003, he coordinated and/or directed over 200 IT projects with major companies such as GM, DaimlerChrysler, EDS, Lear, Comerica and Compuware at Oakland University. He was on the faculty of Syracuse University between 1982 and 1997. He has published over 75 articles in journals, books and conference proceedings. He has consulted with Proctor & Gamble, Carrier- UTC, Bristol Myers Squibb, Tata Consultancy Services of INDIA, and Tata Infotech. 13
  • 14. ICWS 2005 and SCC 2005 Advance Program May 29, 2005 Panel 2 Service-Based Computing Strategy & Planning by IT Professionals Panel Moderator: Frank E. Ferrante, EIC IT Professional Magazine Panelists (alphabetical order): • Arnold Bragg (RTI International) • Ken Christensen (University of South Florida) • Wayne Clark (Cisco Systems) • Simon Liu (NIH/NLM) • Joseph Williams (Microsoft) • Liang-Jie Zhang (IBM) Panel Theme: The application and developments within the Computing and Web Services field of technology from the perspective of academia, government applications, and industry offer insight to all into the market for future IT Professionals. By bringing together this panel of experts from the various fields of endeavor, the discussions provided are anticipating gaining insight based on their individual perspectives of what each envision as their organization’s view of computing service developments and offerings, the roles to be played in their operation, where they view changes occurring that would enhance the perspective for growth in the industry, and views as to what needs to be offered to make computing services flourish in our world of Information Technology. To key question that presents itself to today’s new growing population enterprise oriented IT Professionals is “How will the movement into the field of Computing Services affect employment, performance within my organization, and long term growth of the IT Professional field.” This panel will discuss each of their understanding of computing services and its applications or developments under their organizations and will then describe through their shared discussions on how they view the sharing of knowledge will impact business, employment, and support the state of health of the currently weakened IT Professionals across our nation and internationally They will describe their organizations role in Computing Services and discuss the pros and cons of today’s steps being taken to expand the applicability of computing services through their company perspectives. Biographies Moderator Frank E. Ferrante is EIC of IEEE Computer Society’s IT Professional Magazine. He serves as Associate Faculty of JHU’s School of Professional Studies in Business and Education, and as Executive Partner within The College of William & Mary’s Business School. He is President of FEF Group, LLC supporting studies in wireless network interoperability and security. He offers over 40 years of telecommunications project engineering systems experience with firms such as Northrop, MITRE, and 14
  • 15. ICWS 2005 and SCC 2005 Advance Program May 29, 2005 Mitretek Systems. He has an MS in Engineering and Public Policy from Carnegie Mellon University, MS EE from Syracuse University, and BS EE from Virginia Tech. Panelists Dr. Arnold Bragg is a Principal Scientist in the Center for Advanced Network Research at RTI International Inc., a non-profit research and development institute with headquarters in Research Triangle Park North Carolina. He has more than twenty years experience designing, developing, and deploying computing systems in the US, Latin America, Europe, and the Far East. He received a PhD in Computer Engineering from North Carolina State University in 1995, and has 50+ peer-reviewed publications and five patents. He is a Senior Member of the IEEE, and serves on a number of international technical committees. Dr. Ken Christensen is an Associate Professor in the Department of Computer Science and Engineering at the University of South Florida. Ken received the Ph.D. in Electrical and Computer Engineering from North Carolina State University in 1991. His research and teaching interest is in performance evaluation of computer networks. Before joining the faculty at USF, Ken was an Advisory Engineer at IBM in the Research Triangle Park. Ken has over sixty conference and journal publications and thirteen U.S. patents. Ken is the LAN/WAN subject area editor for IEEE ITPro magazine. Wayne Clark is a senior network services architect at Cisco Systems, Inc, in Research Triangle Park, NC. and serves as an industry-recognized expert in corporate enterprise networking having 28 years of experience with a number of leading networking industry vendors such as Cisco Systems, 3M, and Memorex. Wayne is a member of the IT Professional Magazine’s Editorial Advisory Board, has served as Technical Director of the APPI Forum; founding member of SNA management WG for IETF; and currently supports Cisco’s grid computing and web services operations. He has an MS in Computer Engineering from Santa Clara University, and BS from Ohio State University in Computer and Information Sciences. Dr. Simon Liu is the Director of Information Systems at the National Library of Medicine. He holds a Ph.D. degree in computer science from George Washington University, an MBA degree from University of Maryland, an MS in computer science from Indiana University, and a Chief Information Officer certificate from Carnegie Mellon University. Dr. Liu is an adjunct faculty member of computer science department at the Whiting School of Engineering, Johns Hopkins University. He is an editor of IT Professional Magazine and the recipient of numerous awards and honors. Dr. Joseph Williams is the Senior Director of the Solutions Architecture Group in Microsoft’s Communications Sector business unit. He is currently involved in a number of large-scale media, mobility, and management projects around the world that are on the cutting edge of SOA deployments. Dr. Williams was previously the Chief Technology Strategist for Sun Microsystems’ software services consulting group. He was an associate professor at Colorado State University and earned his Ph.D. from the University of Texas. Dr. Liang-Jie Zhang is research staff and founding chair of the Services Computing Professional Interest Community (PIC) at IBM T.J. Watson Research Center. He is a member of Business Informatics with a focus on Service-Oriented Architecture and Web services. He has filed more than 30 patent applications in the areas of e-business, Web services, rich media, data management, and information appliances, and has published more than 80 technical papers in journals, book chapters and conference proceedings. Dr. Zhang chairs IEEE Technical Committee on Services Computing and editor-in-chief of International Journal of Web Services Research (JWSR). 15
  • 16. ICWS 2005 and SCC 2005 Advance Program May 29, 2005 Panel 3 Quality of Manageability of Web Services Moderator: Dejan S. Milojicic, HP Labs Panelists (alphabetical order): • Jin Hai (Huazhong University) • Hemant Jain (University of Wisconsin - Milwaukee) • Heather M. Kreger (IBM) • Geng Lin (Cisco) • William Vambenepe (HP) Panel Theme: Web Services has become a predominant paradigm in delivering services to users. A number of standards and solutions have paved the way to reliable and secure way of Web Services execution. One area that still has not sufficiently matured is management of Web Services. There are currently a couple of standards that are being defined, such as Web Services Distributed Management and Web Services Management. However, this is a complex problem, encompassing dependencies on the underlying resources, dealing with distributed services, their availability, scalability, security, etc. Of particular concern is the automation of management and cost of management. This panel will present perspective of management of Web Services from the IT perspective and from the user perspective. Particular attention will be paid to the quality of manageability, i.e. how is management expressed and enforced; how much can it be automated; how can it be adapted to continuous changes in the Web Services, underlying IT infrastructure, as well as in the user needs and demands. Cost of management is directly proportional to quality of management and it is usually deciding factor in choosing between existing solutions. If the Web Services community can make management of Web services right, it will significantly reduce the cost of ownership, improve the user experience, and enable new opportunities for delivering services in years to come. Biographies Moderator Dejan S. Milojicic is a senior scientist and a project manager of HP Labs since September 1998. He has been active in the IEEE Technical Activities Board. He received his B.S. and M.S. degrees in Electrical Engineering, University of Belgrade, Yugoslavia, and his PhD from University of Kaiserslautern, Germany. He spent 8 years in the scientific institute "Mihajlo Pupin", Belgrade, researching and developing operating systems. He was a member of the OSF Research Institute, where he developed concurrent remote task creation for the Mach microkernel. His research interests focus on migration and agents, distributed systems, operating systems, and load balancing. 16
  • 17. ICWS 2005 and SCC 2005 Advance Program May 29, 2005 Panelists Hai Jin is a Professor of Computer Science and Engineering at the Huazhong University of Science and Technology (HUST) in China. He received his Ph.D. in computer engineering from HUST in 1994. He worked for the University of Hong Kong, and as a visiting scholar at the University of Southern California. He is the chief scientist of the largest grid computing project, ChinaGrid, in China. He served as program committee for more than 70 conferences. He co-authored four books and over 150 research papers. His research interests include clusters, grids, and p2p-computing; network storage and security; and high assurance computing. Hemant Jain is Wisconsin Distinguished & Tata Consultancy Services Professor of Management Information System. Prof. Jain holds a Ph. D. in Information System from Lehigh University and a M. Tech. in Industrial Engineering from I.I.T. (India). He has published over 50 articles in leading journals and over 40 papers in referred conference proceedings. Prof. Jain is associate editor of several major journals and is on the board of Steering Committee of IEEE Technical Committee on Services Computing and is a member of Service, Systems and Organizations Technical Committee of the IEEE SMC Society. He was the program co-chair of ICWS’04. Heather Kreger is a lead architect for Web Services and Management in the Standards and Emerging Technologies area. She is currently co-lead of the OASIS Web Services Distributed Management Technical Committee and member of several related DMTF Work Groups. Heather was IBM’s representative to the W3C Web Services Architecture Working Group as well as co-lead of JSR109 that specifies web services deployment in J2EE environments and a contributor to the Java Management Extensions (JMX) specification. Heather is also the author of numerous articles on Web services and of her book “Java and JMX, Building Manageable Systems”. Geng Lin is a Director of Engineering at Cisco Systems. He holds a Ph.D. degree in Computer Science from University of British Columbia. Dr. Lin is a researcher as well as an R&D leader in the areas of network-aware algorithms and applications. Currently he leads a R&D team of 120 staff members in four countries developing large scale network-aware middleware applications. Dr. Lin publishes and speaks regularly at technical conferences and industry trade shows. He delivered tutorials at IEEE/IFIP NOMS and ICETE on network manageability. He servers or has served on editorial boards of JNSM and JWSR. William Vambenepe is a Senior Architect in the Office of the CTO of HP's Management Software Business where his work focuses on creating the management infrastructure for the Adaptive Enterprise. In addition to internal architecture work, William represents HP in several standards group relevant to Web services and management, including the OASIS WS-Notification technical committee which he co- chairs and the OASIS WSDM technical committee where he is the editor of the MUWS (Management Using Web Services) specification, an OASIS standard. 17
  • 18. ICWS 2005 and SCC 2005 Advance Program May 29, 2005 Panel 4 Experiences with Service Computing- a view from the Business World Moderator: Ephraim Feig, Kintera Inc., USA Panelists (alphabetical order): • Ali Arsanjani (IBM Global Services) • Cesar A Gonzales (IBM Fellow, IBM Research) • Zhiwei Xu (Institute of Computing Technology, CAS) • Jia Zhang (BEA Systems) Panel Theme: Services now account for more than half of the U.S. economy. "Services Computing has become a cross-discipline that covers the science and technology of Services Innovation Research, which leverages IT and computing technology to model, create, and manage business solutions, scientific applications, as well as modernized services. The underneath technology suite includes Web services and service-oriented architecture (SOA), business consulting methodology and utilities, business process modeling, transformation and integration." (http://tab.computer.org/tcsc) The goal of Services Computing is to enable IT services and computing technology to perform business services more efficiently and effectively. In this panel, we would like to share our experiences with Services Computing from the business perspective. Biographies Moderator Ephraim Feig, Ph.D., is Chief Technology Officer and Chief Marketing Officer of Kintera, Inc. Prior to joining Kintera, Dr. Feig was employed at IBM from 1980 until 2000, where he most recently held the positions of Program Director of Emerging Technologies in the Research Division and Program Director of Media Platforms in the Internet Division. Dr. Feig was elected Fellow of the Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers for his technical contributions in the field of signal processing and has been issued 22 patents and has more than 20 patent applications pending. Dr. Feig has published more than 100 technical articles in journals and conference proceedings. Dr. Feig has served as an adjunct professor at several universities, including Columbia University, The City College of New York and New York Polytechnic Institute. He is an executive committee member of the IEEE Computer Society Technical Committee on Services Computing. Panelists Ali Arsanjani is a Senior Consulting I/T Architect and Chief Architect in the SOA and Web service Center of Excellence in IBM Global Services, USA. He has 22 years of experience in software development and architecture . He holds a PhD in Computer Science from DeMontefort University and his areas of expertise include patterns, component-based and service-oriented software architecture and 18
  • 19. ICWS 2005 and SCC 2005 Advance Program May 29, 2005 methods. He has written extensively on patterns, service-oriented architecture, component-based development and integration, business rules and dynamically re-configurable software architecture. Zhiwei Xu is a Deputy Director of Institute of Computing Technology, Chinese Academy of Science. He led the development of China’s first national computational grid, and was chief architect of Dawning superservers, which, as reported in the journal Science, were instrumental in helping bio-scientists to discover the draft sequence of rice genome. Prof. Dr. Xu is the editor-in-chief of the Journal of Computer Research and Development and an associate editor of the Journal of Grid Computing. Cesar Gonzales is an IBM Fellow and the research electronics industry executive, responsible for all interactions between IBM’s worldwide research labs and our electronics industry executives and clients. He is an expert in image and video processing and compression; his experience spans the development of algorithms, chip and system architectures, and multimedia applications. He is a co-inventor of various patented still-frame and motion video compression techniques that IBM contributed to the JPEG and MPEG international standards and the DVD patent pool. Cesar has received multiple external and internal awards, including a corporate-level award for his leadership in developing IBM’s MPEG-based encoders and system-on-a-chip set top box products. In June of 1998, Cesar was named an IBM Fellow. He is also a Fellow of the Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers (IEEE). He has served as editor of IEEE Transactions for Circuits and Systems for Video Technology and is currently on the editorial board of ACM’s Computers in Entertainment. He also served as the US head of delegation to the ISO MPEG standards and has received an Outstanding Technical Achievement awards from the Hispanic Engineers Technical Achievements Awards conference. Dr. Jia Zhang is a Senior Consultant with BEA Systems, also a Guest Scientist of National Institute of Standards and Technology (NIST). Prior to joining BEA, she was an Assistant Professor in Northern Illinois University. She has published about 60 technical papers in journals, book chapters, and conference proceedings. Dr. Zhang is serving as Associate Editor of International Journal of Web Services Research (JWSR). 19
  • 20. ICWS 2005 and SCC 2005 Advance Program May 29, 2005 Tutorial 1 Distributed System Development Using Web Service and Enterprise Java Beans Anup Kumar Computer Engineering and Computer Science Department University of Louisville Abstract Web Services and Enterprise Java Beans are evolving technology that allows the development and publication of Software Components. These components can be integrated together in plug and play manner. It provides a generic component based framework on the Web for large and complex distributed application development. This tutorial provides a detailed explanation of how you can build different types of EJBs to implement your distributed application. It will also provide details of publishing, accessing and innovation of Web Service functions. Moreover, it will give you some Dos and Don'ts for developing Web Services and EJBs. This tutorial is valuable for those involved in designing and deploying distributed B2B solutions such as Web developers, architects, consultants, engineers and analysts and programmers. The basic programming experience is assumed. About the presenter Anup Kumar is a Professor in Computer Engineering and Computer Science Department at University of Louisville. He is also the Director of Mobile Computing Lab at the CECS Department. His research interests include wireless distributed system, modeling and Simulation, high speed networks, multimedia systems and genetic algorithm application. He is currently the Chair of IEEE Computer Society Technical committee on Simulation (TCSIM). He was the Vice Chair of IEEE TCSIM from 1995-1998. He is also the current President of IEEE Computer Society Louisville chapter. He has edited a special issue on performance evaluation in "Simulation Digest". He has also edited special issues in "International Journal on Computers and Operations Research". He has also served as the Acting chair of IEEECS TCSIM for a year in 1997. He has published and presented over one hundred papers in international Journals and conferences. Some of his papers have appeared in ACM Multimedia Systems Journal, IEEE Transactions on computers, Journal of Parallel and Distributed Computing, IEEE Transactions on Reliability, IEEE Journal on Selected Areas in Communications, Journal of Computer and Software Engineering, etc. He was the Associate Editor of International Journal of Engineering Design and Automation 1995-1998. He has served on the panel for NSF proposal review. He was invited to participate at the NSF sponsored workshop on Mobile Computing held at University of Cincinnati. He has served on many conferences program committees such as IEEE Symposium of Parallel and Distributed Systems, Seventh International Conference on Parallel and is on Distributed Computer Systems, IEEE International workshop on Modeling Analysis and Simulation of Computer and Telecommunication Systems, ADCOM'97 and 98. He was the program committee Co-Chair for the Sixth ISCA International Conference on Parallel and Distributed Computer Systems 1993. He has also chaired sessions in several International Conferences. He is listed in Who's Who Among America's Teachers, 1994. He is a Senior Member of IEEE. 20
  • 21. ICWS 2005 and SCC 2005 Advance Program May 29, 2005 Tutorial 2 Designing and Implementing Enterprise Service Bus (ESB) and SOA Solutions Min Luo Benjamin Goldshlager Liang-Jie (LJ) Zhang SOA and Web Services Center Certified I/T Architect, IBM T.J. Watson Research of Excellence, IBM Global Certified I/T Specialist, IBM Center Services Global Services Abstract Service-Oriented Architecture (SOA) has been proven to be a flexible and extensible architecture for designing and realizing industry solutions and applications. Enterprise Service Bus (ESB) is a hub for integrating different kinds of services through messaging, event handling, and business performance management. This tutorial will focus on a SOA solution framework; the critical role and value proposition of an ESB in SOA and Web Services; ESB (and SOA) analysis and design methodology; Best practices for the practical design and implementation of an ESB, including ESB design using the enterprise integration and application integration patterns; ESB and business process integration tools and techniques for ESB implementation; and Performance, security and transaction management. This tutorial is based on numerous projects and solution architectures that the authors and colleagues have been engaged in the last 3 years in various industries, including government, financial, retail, electronics and distribution. About the presenters Min Luo has over 16 years of IT industry experience with more than 9 years of managing the whole life cycle of software application design and development. He has successfully designed and implemented solutions for transportation, financial, manufacturing industries, and large-scale government social services. He also has expertise in designing and developing integrated data warehouses with on-line analytical processing and data mining, application of various operations research, and management science techniques. Before joining IBM in 2000, Dr. Luo served as Senior Manager and Director for two of the Fortune 400 companies. He has also served as adjunct graduate faculty at several universities since 1997. He holds a B.S. (1982) and M.S. (1987) in Computer Science and a Ph.D. (1992) in Electrical and Computer Engineering. Benjamin Goldshlager began his computer career with IBM in 1975. His experience includes consulting, software development and system programming in AIX, Linux, SUN, VM, VSE, MVS, VTAM, TCP/IP environments. He architected, designed and developed "MQSeries Security Channel Exits using Entrust/PKI" SupportPac., MS0C. He co-authored 3 IBM redbooks ranging in topics from security to IBM's AIX/ESA. Benjamin is Sun Certified Programmer for Java 2. He also teaches relational database, object oriented programming and Operating System courses at the City University of New York's Baruch College. Liang-Jie (LJ) Zhang is a research staff member and the chair of Services Computing PIC at IBM T. J. Watson Research Center. He is leading SOA & Web services research for industry solutions and services. Dr. Zhang is an IEEE Senior Member and the chair of IEEE Technical Committee on Services Computing in Computer Society. 21
  • 22. ICWS 2005 and SCC 2005 Advance Program May 29, 2005 Tutorial 3 Semantic Web Services Tutorial Michael Stollberg Armin Haller Digital Enterprise Research Institute (DERI), Digital Enterprise Research Institute (DERI), Leopold-Franzens Universitut Innsbruck, National University of Ireland, Galway, Austria Ireland Abstract The emerging concept of Semantic Web Services aims at more sophisticated Web Service technologies: on basis of semantic description frameworks, intelligent mechanisms are envisioned for discovery, composition, and contracting of Web Services. The tutorial explains the current state of the art in Semantic Web Services on basis of the Web Service Modeling Ontology WSMO and related initiatives. Commencing from the vision and arising challenges for Semantic Web Services, the tutorial in detail explains the specifications of recent frameworks for Semantic Web Services and presents the Web Service Execution Environment WSMX as the WSMO reference implementation. The tutorial consists of three main sections that subsequently provide a complete overview of Semantic Web Services and the latest status of WSMO. The tutorial addresses academic as well as industrial researches and developers that are working with Web Services and are interested in Semantic Web Services. About the presenters Michael Stollberg (www.deri.org/members/michaels) is a researcher with the Digital Enterprise Research Institute DERI, working in the area of Semantic Web Services. His research interest concentrates on frameworks and integration of agents, ontologies, and Semantic Web Services for realizing the vision of automated collaboration support over the Web. Michael Stollberg is project manager of the Semantic Web Fred project, management team member of the DIP project and involved in several other EU-funded projects, and founding member of the WSMO working group. Armin Haller (www.deri.org/members/arminh) born in 1980 in Innsbruck (Austria), is a researcher with the Digital Enterprise Research Institute (DERI) at the National University Ireland, Galway in Ireland. He is currently working for the Semantic Web Services cluster and is mainly involved in the Web Service Execution Environment (WSMX) development group. Furthermore he is member in the newly started Science Foundation Ireland (SFI) funded M3PE project to design a process execution definition language to formally define different process execution models. 22
  • 23. ICWS 2005 and SCC 2005 Advance Program May 29, 2005 Tutorial 4 Quality of Service Specification and Management for XML Web Services Dr. Vladimir Tosic Dr. Patrick C. K. Hung Natural Sciences and Engineering Research University of Ontario Institute of Council of Canada Technology, Canada University of Western Ontario, Canada Abstract This tutorial will introduce the participants to the area of QoS specification and management for XML Web services. It will explain the importance of this topic and why the widely used basic Web service technologies are not enough. Further, it will give an overview of a number of languages developed for QoS specification for Web services, as well as a number of research infrastructures, industrial products, and standardization proposals that offer some forms of QoS management for Web services. The achieved results and open topics for future research will be critically analyzed. About the presenters Dr. Vladimir Tosic is currently an NSERC (Natural Sciences and Engineering Research Council of Canada) post-doctoral fellow at the Department of Computer Science, the University of Western Ontario, London, Ontario, Canada, working with Prof. Hanan Lutfiyya. He completed his Ph.D. degree at Carleton University, Ottawa, Canada (Department of Systems and Computer Engineering), under supervision of Prof. Bernard Pagurek. For his academic successes, he received a number of awards, including the 2001 Upsilon Pi Epsilon / IEEE Computer Society Award for Academic Excellence. Before his Ph.D. studies, Dr. Tosic worked at the Network and Systems Management (OpenView Software) Division of Hewlett- Packard Company in Germany. He published 23 refereed papers in international journals, conference proceedings, and book chapters, as well as a number of non-refereed papers and presentations. The majority of his publications is in the area of network and distributed systems management. In particular, his doctoral and post-doctoral research focused on QoS specification and management for XML Web services, so many of his refereed publications and presentations were on this topic. He is a member of the IEEE, the IEEE Computer Society, and the ACM. Dr. Patrick C. K. Hung is an Assistant Professor at the Faculty of Business and Information Technology in the University of Ontario Institute of Technology (UOIT) since July 2004. Before that, he was a Visiting Assistant Professor at the Department of Computer Science in the Hong Kong University of Science and Technology (HKUST) in Hong Kong, a Research Scientist with Commonwealth Scientific and Industrial Research Organization (CSIRO) at Canberra in Australia, and a visiting Ph.D. student at RSA Laboratories West at San Mateo, California. He also has prior industrial experience in e-business projects in North America and Hong Kong. From 2000 to present, Patrick has been serving as a panelist of the Small Business Innovation Research and Small Business Technology Transfer programs of the National Science Foundation (NSF) in the USA. He is an executive committee member of the IEEE Computer Society¡¯s Technical Steering Committee for Services Computing (TSCSC), a World Wide Web Consortium (W3C) member, an associate editor/editorial board member in several international journals such as International Journal of Web Services Research (JWSR) and International Journal of Business Process Integration and Management (IJBPIM). 23
  • 24. ICWS 2005 and SCC 2005 Advance Program May 29, 2005 Tutorial 5 Perspectives on Service Oriented Architecture Sriram Anand, Srinivas Padmanabhuni, Jai Ganesh Infosys Technologies, Ltd. Abstract: SOA and Web Services are the hottest topics of discussion currently with regards to enterprise architecture. The technologies are maturing from a standardization perspective and the level of understanding of various aspects of a SOA is gradually rising with an increasing number of clients thinking about service implementation and adoption. This trend has generated significant interest in IT and business circles alike, owing to the promise of bridging the gap between business strategists and IT architects. Service Oriented Architecture builds upon decades of distributed computing technologies and advocates the delivery of software applications in the form of an open interface based on strict contracts, leading to loosely coupled systems which are implementation independent. This tutorial will focus on providing an overview of service oriented architecture with emphasis on the evolution of SOA from other technologies such as object oriented programming and distributed computing. Subsequently, the tutorial will delve into exploring SOA from multiple perspectives, such as the relevance of SOA in EAI, SOA features of J2EE and .NET apart from illustrating specific recommendations on migrating to SOA based on some sample implementations. About the presenters Dr. Sriram Anand has over 12 years of work experience in industry and research and holds a Bachelor's degree from IIT-Madras with a Ph. D. from SUNY-Buffalo, USA. Sriram is a Principal Researcher in the Software Engineering and Technologies at Infosys Technologies, Bangalore. Prior to Infosys, Sriram worked in e-business consulting as well as product engineering in the US. Dr. Anand's current research interests include enterprise architecture, service-oriented architecture, and legacy integration and software engineering methodologies. Dr. Anand is experienced in designing enterprise architectural strategy for leading companies such as Bank of America, Fidelity Investments, Citibank and Pfizer. Dr. Srinivas heads the Web Services Centre of Excellence in SETLabs, and specializes in Web services, Service Oriented Architecture and Grid technologies alongside pursuing interests in semantic web, intelligent agents, and enterprise architecture. He has authored several papers in international conferences. Prior to Infosys, Dr. Srinivas has worked in multiple capacities in startups out of Canada and USA. Dr. Srinivas holds a Ph.D degree in computing science from University of Alberta, Edmonton, Canada along with B.Tech and M.Tech degrees from the Indian Institutes of Technology at Kanpur and Mumbai respectively. Dr. Jai Ganesh is a Research Associate in the technology research division of Infosys Technologies Limited. He obtained his PhD in information systems from the Indian Institute of Management Bangalore (IIMB) and also holds an MBA degree in corporate strategy and marketing. His research focuses on Web services, IT strategy, IT standards and adaptive enterprises. His research has been published in journals such as Information & Management, Journal of Global Information Management, International Journal of Retail and Distribution Management, etc. and conferences such as AMCIS, ICWS etc. 24
  • 25. ICWS 2005 and SCC 2005 Advance Program May 29, 2005 Tutorial 6 Collaborative Business Transactions Management: Issues and Challenges Yanchun Zhang Jian Yang Chengfei Liu School of Computer Science Infolab, Tilburg University, School of Information and Mathematics, Netherlands Technology, Swinburne Victoria Univ of Technology Macquaire University, Sydney University of Technology Abstract: This tutorial seeks to discuss the key concepts in collaborative business transaction management. Its intent is to explain the concept in business transaction and how it is different from traditional database transaction and workflow transaction management, to evaluate existing approaches, and to present existing techniques from other areas that can be adopted for business transactions and their limitations, and lastly to discuss a framework that addresses the challenges that are unique to business transaction management in the service oriented environment. About the presenters Dr. Yanchun Zhang is a full Professor in the School of Computer Science and Mathematics and Director of Internet Technologies and Applications Research Lab (ITArl) at Victoria University of Technology. He is a founding editor and Editor-In-Chief of World Wide Web: Internet and Web Information Systems (WWW Journal) and founding Book Series Editor on Web Information Systems Engineering and Internet Technologies from Kluwer Academic Publishers, and Chairman of Web Information Systems Engineering (WISE) Society and Steering Committee Chair of WISE Conference Series. Dr Zhang obtained a PhD degree in Computer Science from The University of Queensland in 1991. His research areas cover database and information systems, distributed databases and multidatabase systems, CSCW, database support for cooperative work, electronic commerce, internet/web information systems, web data management, Web mining, web search and Web services. Dr. Jian Yang is an associate professor at Infolab, Tilburg University, Netherlands and associate professor at Macquaire University, Sydney. Before she joined Infolab, she worked as a senior research scientist at the Division of Mathematical and Information Science, CSIRO, Australia (1998-2000), and as a lecturer (assistant professor) at Dept of Computer Science, The Australian Defence Force Academy, University of New South Wales (1993-1998). In additional to web services, her area of interests covers interoperability issues in digital libraries and e-commerce; business process modelling, query languages and query optimization; distributed query processing; internet computing; materialized view design and data warehousing. Dr. Chengfei Liu is currently an associate professor with the School of Information Technology, Swinburne University of Technology. He was a senior lecturer with the University of South Australia, a lecturer with the University of Technology Sydney, and a senior research scientist with the Cooperative Research Centre for Distributed Systems Technology in University of Queensland. He has also held visiting positions at the IBM Silicon Valley Laboratory, University of Aizu, and Kyoto University. Dr. Liu obtained his PhD in Computer Science from the Nanjing University in 1988. His current research interests include workflows and transactional workflows, advanced transaction models, Web services, XML and Web information systems, object-oriented databases, distributed databases and data integration. 25
  • 26. ICWS 2005 and SCC 2005 Advance Program May 29, 2005 ICWS 2005 Advance Program 2005 IEEE International Conference on Web Services Research Session 1 Services Discovery and Selection Flexible and Efficient Matchmaking and Ranking in Service Directories I. Constantinescu, W. Binder, and B. Faltings Searching Service Repositories by Combining Semantic and Ontological Matching T. Syeda-Mahmood, G. Shah, R. Akkiraju, A.-A. Ivan, R. Goodwin A Grammar-Based Index for Matching Business Processes B. Mahleko, A. Wombacher, and P. Fankhauser Research Session 2 Data and Transactions Batch Is Back: CasJobs, Serving Multi-TB Data on the Web W. O'Mullane, N. Li, M. Nieto-Santisteban, A. Szalay, and A. Thakar Enterprise Application Integration Using Extensible Web Services V. N. Gudivada and J. Nandigam A Reservation-Based Coordination Protocol for Web Services W. Zhao, L. E. Moser, and P. M. Melliar-Smith Research Session 3 Security: Languages, Standards, Frameworks Using Aspects for Security Engineering of Web Service Compositions A. Charfi and M. Mezini Extending the Security Assertion Markup Language to Support Delegation for Web Services and Grid Services J. Wang, D. Del Vecchio, M. Humphrey WSEmail: Secure Internet Messaging Based on Web Services K. D. Lux, M. J. May, N. L. Bhattad, and C. A. Gunter Research Session 4 Verification and Testing Verifiable Web Services with Hierarchical Interfaces A. Betin-Can and T. Bultan Tool Support for Model-Based Engineering of Web Service Compositions H. Foster, S. Uchitel, J. Magee, and J. Kramer BPEL4WS Unit Testing: Framework and Implementation Z. Li, W. Sun, Z. B. Jiang, and X. Zhang 26
  • 27. ICWS 2005 and SCC 2005 Advance Program May 29, 2005 Research Session 5 Quality of Service A QoS Broker-Based Architecture for Efficient Web Services Selection M. A. Serhani, R. Dssouli, A. Hafid, and H. Sahraoui QoS-Aware Replanning of Composite Web Services G. Canfora, M. Di Penta, R. Esposito, and M. L. Villani Improving Web Service QoS for Wireless Pervasive Devices V. S. Batra and N. Batra Research Session 6 Grid Computing JClarens: A Java Framework for Developing and Deploying Web Services for Grid Computing J. Bunn, F. van Lingen, H. Newman, C. Steenberg, M. Thomas, A. Ali, A. Anjum, T. Azim, F. Khan, W. U. Rehman, R. McClatchey, and J. U. In CredEx: User-Centric Credential Management for Grid and Web Services D. Del Vecchio, M. Humphrey, J. Basney, and N. Nagaratnam Research Session 7 Mobility Rethinking the Java SOAP Stack Edmund Smith and Steve Loughran Web Services Mobility in a Pocket A. T. S. Chan and D. K. T. Wan Mobile Code Enabled Web Services P. Liu and M. J. Lewis Research Session 8 Optimization of SOAP Messaging Transparent Caching for Nomadic WS Clients K. Elbashir and R. Deters Optimizing Web Services Performance by Differential Deserialization T. Suzumura, T. Takase, and M. Tatsubori Enhanced Transport Bindings for Efficient SOAP Messaging C. Werner, C. Buschmann, T. Jäcker, and S. Fischer Research Session 9 Composition and Orchestration Decentralized Decision-Making Protocol for Service Composition A. Wombacher Orchestrating Composite Web Services Under Data Flow Constraints G. Chafle, S. Chandra, V. Mann, and M. G. Nanda Weaving Aspects into Web Service Orchestrations C. Courbis and A. Finkelstein 27
  • 28. ICWS 2005 and SCC 2005 Advance Program May 29, 2005 Research Session 10 Provisioning A Non-Invasive Approach to Dynamic Web Services Provisioning F. Cao, B. R. Bryant, S.-H. Liu, and W. Zhao Fresco: A Web Services-Based Framework for Configuring Extensible SLA Management Systems C. Ward, M. J. Buco, R. N. Chang, L. Z. Luan, E. So, and C. Tang Web Services Proxy: An Extensible Platform for Intermediaries of XML Networks K. Koyama, K. Iguchi, S. Hosono, and S. Fujita Research Session 11 Monitoring and Testing Run-Time Monitoring of Requirements for Systems Composed of Web Services: Initial Implementation and Evaluation Experience K. Mahbub and G. Spanoudakis Self-Reconfiguration of Service-Based Systems: A Case Study for Service Level Agreements and Resource Optimization Y. Li, K. Sun, J. Qiu, and Y. Chen Modeling, Quantifying and Testing Complex Aggregate Service Chains C. Anderson, J. A. Rothermich, and E. Bonabeau Research Session 12 Automated Services Composition Configuration-Based Workflow Composition P. Albert, L. Henocque, and M. Kleiner Automated Synthesis of Composite BPEL4WS Web Services M. Pistore, P. Traverso, P. Bertoli, and A. Marconi Web Services Automatic Composition with Minimal Execution Price J. Liu, C. Fan, and N. Gu Research Session 13 Semantic Web Services: Standards, Tools, Architectures A Model-Driven Approach for Specifying Semantic Web Services J. T. E. Timm and G. C. Gannod WSMX-A Semantic Service-Oriented Architecture A. Haller, E. Cimpian, A. Mocan, E. Oren, and C. Bussler An Architecture for Personal Semantic Web Information Retrieval System-Integrating Web Services and Web Contents H. Yu, T. Mine, and M. Amamiya Research Session 14 Service Management and SOA Dealing with Scale and Adaptation of Global Web Services Management W. Vambenepe, C. Thompson, V. Talwar, S. Rafaeli, B. Murray, D. Milojicic, S. Iyer, K. Farkas, and M. Arlitt 28
  • 29. ICWS 2005 and SCC 2005 Advance Program May 29, 2005 Web Service Management Using System Dynamics L. An and J.-J. Jeng A Broker-Based Approach for Improving Web Services Reliability A. Erradi and P. Maheshwari Research Session 15 Service Invocation Establishing a Standard Business Process Execution Architecture for Integrating Web Services T. Gunasinghe and T. Kelly A Robust Application-Level Approach for Responsiveness Differentiation X. Zhou, Y. Cai, J. Wei, and C.-Z. Xu A Generic Cost Model and Infrastructure for Improving Web Service Efficiency Through Dynamic Relocation I. M. Pratistha, A. Zaslavsky, S. Cuce, and M. Dick 29
  • 30. ICWS 2005 and SCC 2005 Advance Program May 29, 2005 Industry Session 1 Web Services for Business Communication Applications Web Service Enablement of Communication Services W. Chou, L. Li, and F. Liu A Novel Web Service for Presence and Its Implementation in an IETF SIMPLE Protocol Environment R. Karunamurthy, R. H. Glitho, and F. Khendek Performance Impact of Web Service Migration in Embedded Environments K. J. Ma and R. Bartoš Industry Session 2 Web Services Composition Towards a Web Service Composition Management Framework B. Esfandiari and V. Tosic Fully Automated Web Services Orchestration in a Resource Retrieval Scenario A. Ragone, T. Di Noia, E. Di Sciascio, F. M. Donini, and S. Colucci Autonomic Execution of Service Compositions C. Pautasso, T. Heinis, and G. Alonso Industry Session 3 Web Services Process Modeling WSCF: A Framework for Web Service-Based Application Supporting Environment J. Hu, C. Guo, and P. Zou UML-Based Modeling and Validity Checking of Web Service Descriptions J. Jiang and T. Systä A Semantic Template-Based Designer for Web Processes R. Mulye, J. Miller, K. Verma, K. Gomadam, and A. Sheth Industry Session 4 Web Services Discovery Partner and Service Discovery for Collaboration Establishment with Semantic Web Services M. Stollberg, U. Keller, and D. Fensel Domain-Specific Web Service Discovery with Service Class Descriptions D. Rocco, J. Caverlee, L. Liu, and T. Critchlow A Methodology for Engineering Collaborative Applications over Mobile Web Objects Using SyD Middleware S. K. Prasad, A. G. Bourgeois, P. Madiraju, S. Malladi, and J. Balasooriya Industry Session 5 Web Services Policy Resilient Trust Management for Web Service Integration S. Park, L. Liu, C. Pu, M. Srivatsa, and J. Zhang A Web Service Authentication Control System Based on SRP and SAML F. O. Silva, J. A. A. Pacheco, and P. F. Rosa 30
  • 31. ICWS 2005 and SCC 2005 Advance Program May 29, 2005 Mediation of Trust Across Web Services E. R. de Mello and J. da Silva Fraga Industry Session 6 Web Services Interactions Two-Way Web Service: From Interface Design to Verification L. Li and W. Chou Modelling Inter-Organizational Workflow Security in a Peer-to-Peer Environment M. Hafner, M. Breu, R. Breu, and A. Nowak Supporting Adaptive Web-Service Orchestration with an Agent Conversation Framework W. Blanchet, E. Stroulia, and R. Elio Industry Session 7 Grid Services and Service Access A Service-Oriented, Scalable Approach to Grid-Enabling of Legacy Scientific Applications V. Sanjeepan, A. Matsunaga, L. Zhu, H. Lam, and J. A. B. Fortes Attributed Based Access Control (ABAC) for Web Services E. Yuan and J. Tong CoFrame: A Framework for CSCW Applications Based on Grid and Web Services J. Jiang, S. Zhang, Y. Li, and M. Shi Industry Session 8 Web Services Security Improving WS-Security Performance with a Template-Based Approach S. Makino, M. Tatsubori, K. Tamura, and Y. Nakamura 3PAC: Enforcing Access Policies for Web Services J. van Bemmel, M. Wegdam, and K. Lagerberg Nedgty: Web Services Firewall R. Bebawy, H. Sabry, S. El-Kassas, Y. Hanna, and Y. Youssef Industry Session 9 Secure Web Services Transactions Negotiated Security Policies for E-Services and Web Services G. Yee and L. Korba Policy Lifecycle and Policy Enabled Telecom Open Service Delivery Platform D.-J. Lan, C. Ying, J. Liu, and W. Lu Criteria Analysis and Validation of the Reliability of Web Services-Oriented Systems J. Zhang and L.-J. Zhang xiii Industry Session 10 Web Services Middleware A Middleware for Replicated Web Services X. Ye and Y. Shen 31
  • 32. ICWS 2005 and SCC 2005 Advance Program May 29, 2005 Service Platform for Rapid Development and Deployment of Context-Aware, Mobile Applications S. Pokraev, J. Koolwaaij, M. van Setten, T. Broens, P. D. Costa, M. Wibbels, P. Ebben, and P. Strating Middleware Architecture for Evaluation and Selection of 3rd-Party Web Services for Service Providers D. Chakraborty, S. K. Jaiswal, A. Misra, and A. A. Nanavati Industry Session 11 Web Services Enabling Technologies Dynamic Stochastic Models for Workflow Response Optimation R. Sion and J. Tatemura Schema Based Enhancement of XPath Engine K. Iguchi, K. Koyama, S. Hosono, and S. Fujita Modeling Response Time of SOAP over Http H. Liu, X. Lin, and M. Li Industry Session 12 Web Services Architecture and Services Integration Shared Data Services: An Architectural Approach V. Niranjan, S. Anand, and K. Kunti How to Bridge the Last Gap of Detail for a Complete Integration of Web Services into Users’ Tasks K. Englmeier, J. Mothe, and F. Murtagh Context-Based Web Ontology Service for TCM Information Sharing Y. Mao, Z. Wu, H. Chen, and Z. Xu Industry Session 13 Web Services Applications 3D Medical Volume Reconstruction Using Web Services R. Kooper, A. Shirk, S.-C. Lee, A. Lin, R. Folberg, and P. Bajcsy Controlling Remote Instruments Using Web Services for Online Experiment Systems Y. Yan, Y. Liang, and X. Du A Small Listener for Heterogeneous Mobile Devices: A Service Enabler with a Uniform Web Object View B. Liu, S. K. Prasad, and E. Dogdu Industry Session 14 Web Services in Service Deployments WS-Attestation: Efficient and Fine-Grained Remote Attestation on Web Services S. Yoshihama, T. Ebringer, M. Nakamura, S. Munetoh, and H. Maruyama Towards Intelligent Services: A Case Study in Chemical Emergency Response A. Bansal, K. Patel, G. Gupta, B. Raghavachari, E. D. Harris, and J. C. Staves SLL: Running My Web Services on Your WS Platforms D. Kossmann and C. Reichel 32
  • 33. ICWS 2005 and SCC 2005 Advance Program May 29, 2005 Industry Session 15 Web Services Composition and Management A Study of Service Composition with QoS Management C. K. Fung, P. C. K. Hung, G. Wang, R. C. Linger, and G. H. Walton M2M Interface: A Web Services-Based Framework for Federated Enterprise Management L. Liu, M. Gaedke, and A. Koeppel Poster Session 1 Business Integration A Multi-Agent System to Implement E-Business J. Gao, Y. Peng, and B. Liao Enterprise Transformation to a Service-Oriented Architecture: Successful Patterns M. R. Halley and C. Bashioum An E-Mail Client Implementation with Spam Filtering and Security Mechanism S.-J. Horng, M.-Y. Su, and C.-Y. Wu SOA-Based Integration of IT Service Management Applications C. Mayerl, T. Vogel, and S. Abeck Main Business Service Dimensions in an E-Commerce Environment Y. Yang, P. Humphreys, and R. McIvor Poster Session 2 Business Solutions and Performance Issue BPIMS-WS: A Service-Oriented Architecture for Trading Partners Integration G. Alor-Hernández and J. O. Olmedo-Aguirre Service-Oriented Development and Integration: Toward Web Service-Based Business Information Systems S. Chung, Z. Bylin, and S. Davalos SPL: A Structured Pipeline Method for Frequent Remote Service Interactions in Bioinformatics Workflows X. B. Huang and J. Tang i2Map: An Approach to Model the Landscape of Federated Systems M. Gaedke, J. Meinecke, and M. Nussbaumer On Improving Performance and Conserving Power in Cluster-Based Web Servers H. K. Lee, G. Vageesan, and E. J. Kim Poster Session 3 QoS, Privacy and Adaptive Evaluating the Process Control-Flow Complexity Measure J. Cardoso Global and Local QoS Contraints Guarantee in Web Service Selection D. Ardagna and B. Pernici 33
  • 34. ICWS 2005 and SCC 2005 Advance Program May 29, 2005 QoS-Aware Composition of Web Services: A Look at Selection Algorithms M. C. Jaeger, G. Mühl, and S. Golze Dynamic Trust Establishment with Privacy Protection for Web Services Z. Wu and A. C. Weaver Beyond Web Services: Towards On-Demand Complex Adaptive Environments R. Cherinka, R. Miller, and C. Smith Poster Session 4 Service Discovery and Composition Composing Web Services on the Basis of Natural Language Requests A. Bosca, A. Ferrato, F. Corno, I. Congiu, and G. Valetto Toward Fundamental Primitives and Infrastructure Enhancements for Distributed Web Object Coordination and Workflows J. Balasooriya and S. K. Prasad Validating Compositions of Geospatial Processing Web Services in a Scientific Workflow Environment J. Zhang, D. D. Pennington, and W. K. Michener A Universal Service Description Language L. Simon, A. Mallya, A. Bansal, G. Gupta, and T. D. Hite OWL-S-Based Autonomic Services for Grid Computing N. Jabisetti and Y. Lee Poster Session 5 SOA and Web Services Applications A Framework for Applications Utilizing Web Services with Callbacks M. Ruth, F. Lin, and S. Tu Temporal Aggregates for Web Services on the Semantic Web F. Pan Semantic Management of Web Services D. Oberle, S. Lamparter, A. Eberhart, and S. Staab Formalized Model and Implementation of Service Virtualization D. K. Guo, L. Zhao, H. H. Chen, and X.-S. Luo Service-Oriented Software Reengineering: Bertie3 as Web Services S. Chung, P. S. Young, and J. Nelson Poster Session 6 Web Service Application ELIN: A Framework to Deliver Media Content in an Efficient Way Based in MPEG Standards J. Casademont, F. Perdrix, M. Einhoff, J. Paradells, G. Dummer, and A. Boyer A Web Service for Efficient Ontology Comparison J. Z. Wang, F. Ali, and R. Appaneravanda 34
  • 35. ICWS 2005 and SCC 2005 Advance Program May 29, 2005 SCC 2005 Advance Program 2005 IEEE International Conference on Services Computing (SCC 2005) Research Session 1 Security and Trust for SOA Model-Driven Security Based on a Web Services Security Architecture Y. Nakamura, M. Tatsubori, T. Imamura, and K. Ono Reckoning Legislative Compliances with Service Oriented Architecture — A Proposed Approach N. Kulkarni, K. Kumar, and S. Padmanabhuni Trust2: Developing Trust in Peer-to-Peer Environments Y. Wang, and V. Varadharajan Research Session 2 Service-Oriented Grid Systems Gridcast a Grid and Web Service Broadcast Infrastructure T. Harmer, J. McCabe, P. Donachy, R. Perrott, C. Chambers, S. Craig, R. Lewis, B. Mallon, and L. Sluman GeneGrid: A Commercial Grid Service Oriented Virtual Bioinformatics Laboratory N. Kelly, P. Jithesh, P. Donachy, T. Harmer, R. Perrott, M. McCurley, M. Townsley, J. Johnston, and S. McKee Trust Embedded Grid System for the Harmonization of Practical Requirements J. Hwang, C. Lee, and S. Kim Research Session 3 Compliance and Access Control Contractual and Regulatory Compliance Challenges in Grid Computing Environments J. Kesler Toward Intention Aware Semantic Web Service Systems C.-H. Lee and A. Liu Efficient Integration of Fine-Grained Access Control in Large-Scale Grid Services P. Mazzoleni, B. Crispo, S. Sivasubramanian, and E. Bertino Research Session 4 Services Management Knowledge as a Service and Knowledge Breaching S. Xu and W. Zhang Discovery of Information Sources across Organizational Boundaries M. Paolucci, X. Liu, N. Srinivasan, K. Sycara, and P. Kogut Online and Minimum-Cost Ad Hoc Delegation in e-Service Composition C. Gerede, O. Ibarra, B. Ravikumar, and J. Su 35
  • 36. ICWS 2005 and SCC 2005 Advance Program May 29, 2005 Research Session 5 Services Mobility Context Aware Session Management for Services in Ad Hoc Networks R. Handorean, R. Sen, G. Hackmann, and G.-C. Roman Service Roaming in Mobile Applications R. Gartmann, B. Holtkamp, N. Weißenberg, and G.Li Mobile and Cooperative Compounds of Multimedia Services F. Ishikawa, N. Yoshioka, Y. Tahara, and S. Honiden Research Session 6 Business Process Management Service-Based Collaborative Workflow for DAME D. Russell, P. Dew, and K. Djemame Toward Web Services Interaction Styles E. Maximilien and M. Singh Pyros — An Environment for Building and Orchestrating Open Services K. Belhajjame, G. Vargas-Solar, and C. Collet Research Session 7 Business Process Integration Toward Formalizing Service Integration Glue Code L. Davis, R. Gamble, M. Hepner, and M. Kelkar Transforming Business Process Models: Enabling Programming at a Higher Level W. Zhao, B. Bryant,F.Cao, K. Bhattacharya, and R. Hauser From BPEL4WS to OWL-S: Integrating E-Business Process Descriptions J. Shen, Y. Yang, C. Zhu, and C. Wan Research Session 8 SOA and Service Infrastructures An Investigation on Service-Oriented Architecture for Constructing Distributed Web GIS Application X. Lu A Service Management Facility for the Java™ Platform G. Skinner, G. Czajkowski, D. Hearnden, M. Jordan, and M.Wegiel Modeling and Monitoring Dynamic Dependency Environments A. Adi, D. Gilat, R. Ronen, R. Rothblum, G. Sharon, and I. Skarbovsky Research Session 9 SOA Programming and Benchmark Using a Rigorous Approach for Engineering Web Service Compositions: A Case Study H. Foster, S. Uchitel, J. Magee, J. Kramer, and M. Hu Abacus: A Service-Oriented Programming Language for Grid Applications X. Wang, L. Xiao, W. Li, H. Yu, and Z.Xu A Benchmark for Web Service Frameworks N. Wickramage and S. Weerawarana 36
  • 37. ICWS 2005 and SCC 2005 Advance Program May 29, 2005 Research Session 10 SOA and Services Orchestration SOA without Web Services: A Pragmatic Implementation of SOA for Financial Transactions Systems Z. Duan, S. Bose, P. Stirpe, and C. Shoniregun A Service Discovery Framework for Service Centric Systems G. Spanoudakis, A. Zisman, and A. Kozlenkov Towards Agricultural Marketing Reforms:Web Services Orchestration Approach V. Sorathia, Z. Laliwala, and S. Chaudhary Research Session 11 Services Discovery XWRAPComposer: A Multi-Page Data Extraction Service for Bio-Computing Applications L. Liu, J. Zhang, W. Han, C. Pu, J. Caverlee, S. Park, T. Critchlow, M. Coleman, and D. Buttler Web Service Discovery Based on Behavior Signatures Z. Shen and J. Su Similarity-Based Web Service Matchmaking J. Wu and Z. Wu Research Session 12 SOA and Business Collaboration A Policy-Based Approach for QoS Specification and Enforcement in Dis-Tributed Service-Oriented Architecture C. Wang, G. Wang, A. Chen, H. Wang, Y. Pierce, C. Fung, and S. Uczekaj An Agent-Based Resource Allocation Model for Grid Computing S. Manvi, M. Birje, and B. Prasad Bridging the Gap between Business and IT in Service Oriented Business Collaboration Bart Orriens, Jian Yang Service-Oriented Design with Aspects (SODA) T.-H. Kim and C. Chang Research Session 13 Services Composition and Discovery An ECA Rule-Based Workflow Design Tool for Shanghai Grid L. Chen, M. Li, J. Cao, and Y.Wang A Multi-Agent Negotiation Based Service Composition Method for On-Demand Service J. Cao, J. Wang, S. Zhang, and M. Li Service Retrieval Based on Behavioral Specification D. Grigori and M. Bouzeghoub Fair BPEL Processes Transaction Using Non-Repudiation Protocols M. Bilal, J. Thomas, M. Thomas, anc S. Abraham 37
  • 38. ICWS 2005 and SCC 2005 Advance Program May 29, 2005 Research Session 14 Service-Oriented Grid Computing Monitoring Access to Stateful Resources in Grid Environments S. Pallickara, B. Plale, S. Jensen, and Y. Sun P2P Grid: Service Oriented Framework for Distributed Resource Management P. Uppuluri, N. Jabisetti, Y. Lee, and U. Joshi ShanghaiGrid as an Information Service Grid: An Overview M. Li, M.-Y. Wu, Y. Li, J. Cao, L. Huang, Q. Deng, X. Lin, C. Jiang, W. Tong, Y. Gui, A. Zhou, X. Wu, and S. Jiang ALTER: Adaptive Failure Detection Services for Grid Computing X. Shi,H. Jin, Z. Han,W. Qiang, S. Wu, and D. Zou 38
  • 39. ICWS 2005 and SCC 2005 Advance Program May 29, 2005 Industry Session 1 Services Management Efficient Information Service Management Using Service Club in CROWN Grid C. Hu, Y. Zhu, J. Huai, Y. Liu, and L. Ni Satisfying Database Service Level Agreements while Minimizing Cost through Storage QoS F. Reiss and T. Kanungo A Reconfigurable QoS Monitoring Framework for Professional Short Message Services in GSM Networks A. Waadt, G. Bruck, P. Jung, M. Kowalzik, T. Trapp, and C. Begall Industry Session 2 SLA and Services Optimization PEM: A Framework Enabling Continual Optimization of Workflow Process Executions Based upon Business Value Metrics M. Buco, R. Chang, L. Luan, E. So, C. Tang, and C. Ward Services and Autonomic Computing: A Practical Approach for Designing Manageability V. Kapoor A Framework for Failure Impact Analysis and Recovery with Respect to Service Level Agreements A. Hanemann, D. Schmitz, and M. Sailer Industry Session 3 Decision Support and Applications in Grid Computing Grid-Based Decision Support with Pro-Active Mobile Computing M. Ong, M. Alkarouri, X. Ren, G. Allan, V. Kadirkamanathan, H. Thompson, and P. Fleming Service-Oriented Grid Architecture and Middleware Technologies for Collaborative E-Learning G. Wang, Y. Li, S. Yang, and C. Miao Job Scheduling of Savant for Grid Computing on RFID EPC Network Y.-L. Pan, Y.-C. Lee, and F. Wu Industry Session 4 Service-Oriented Architecture Progressive Auction Based Resource Allocation in Service-Oriented Architecture S. Huang, H. Chen, and L.-J. Zhang Service-Oriented Agility: An Initial Analysis for the Use of Agile Methods for SOA Development P. Krogdahl, G. Luef, and C. Steindl Applying SOA to Intelligent Transportation System X. Tao; C. Jiang, and Y. Han Industry Session 5 Business Process Management Managing Collaborative Business Process in Knowledge-Intensive Environment S. Gao, Z. Zhang, and I. Hawryszkiewycz Implementation of Business Processes in Service-Oriented Systems J. Král and M. Žemlička Research on Business Goal Oriented Process Knowledge Retrieving Y. Mou, J. Cao, and S. Zhang 39
  • 40. ICWS 2005 and SCC 2005 Advance Program May 29, 2005 Industry Session 6 Services Composition and Discovery Architectural Support for Automatic Service Composition N. Milanovic and M. Malek Coordination and Enterprise Wide P2P Computing L. Ji and R. Deters WebPeer: A P2P-Based System for Publishing and Discovering Web Services R. Li, Z. Zhang, Z. Wang, W. Song, and Z. Lu Industry Session 7 Business Services An Advanced Accounting Service for AIX Systems C. Wu and W. Horn Automatic E-Evidence Generation System and Duplicate Reduction C. Liophanich An Approach to Deliver an Early Return on Investment during the Development of a Corporate Web Portal P. Galligan, J. Hopkins, and D. Kehoe Industry Session 8 Industry Applications The Application of Utility Computing and Web-Services to Inventory Optimisation H. Guo, P. Galligan and D. Kehoe A XML-Based Description Language and Execution Environment for Orchestrating Grid Jobs S. Reynaud and F. Hernandez WeBaSeRex: Next Generation Internet Network Design Using Web Based Remote Execution Environments A. García, K. Hackbarth, and R. Ortiz Industry Session 9 Services in Web and Mobile Environment Securing Mobile Product Ecology for Mobile Commerce (mC) C. Shoniregun, I. Tindale, A. Logvynovskskiy, and T. Fanning Building WEB Services Portals: Implementation Experiences G. Vargas-Solar, P. Lozada Peñalva Enhancing Presentation-Level Integration of Remote Applications and Services in Web Portals R. Weinreich and T. Ziebermayr Poster Session 1 Web Services and SOA Discovering Semantic Relations between Web Services Using Their Pre and Post-Conditions L. Lin and I. Arpinar Web Services for a Semantic Web Integrated Architecture J. de Miguel, A. Calleja, C. Costilla, and M. García 40
  • 41. ICWS 2005 and SCC 2005 Advance Program May 29, 2005 Short Circuit Switch — An Intelligent Web Services Discovery and Invocation Engine A. Sangtani, R. Pal, and J. Zhang Challenges to Reusable Services H. Zhu A Web Services Community Model for Services Fulfillment Z. Luo and J. Li Poster Session 2 QoS, RFID, and Grid Flow Management Supporting QoS Assessment and Monitoring in Virtual Organizations G. Shercliff, P. Stockreisser, J. Shao, W. Gray, and N. Fiddian Designing Privacy Policies for Adopting RFID in the Retail Industry H. Li, P. Hung, J. Zhang, and D. Ahn Comparative Analysis of BPEL4WS and a Grid Workflow Language called GPEL Y. Wang and J. Huai A Framework of a Tree-Based Grid Information Service Y. Chen, Y. Li, Z. Gong, and Q. Zhu A New Grid Workflow Description Language Y. Wang, C. Hu, and J. Huai Poster Session 3 Service-Oriented Distributed Systems A Wavelet Based Distributed ID Model L. Liu, Z. Li, Y. Xu, C. Mei, and X. Tan Using Ontologies for Distributed Workflow Management Z.-H. Zhang , D.-Y. Liu, and W.-J. Liu The Design and Implementation of Scalable Information Services in a Grid Environment W. Wang, Y. Zheng, and G. Song Approaches to Establishing Multicast Overlays Y.Zhu, W.Shu, and M.-Y. Wu AWS-Net Traveler: Autonomic Web Services Framework for Autonomic Business Processes H. Caituiro-Monge and M. Rodriguez-Martinez Advertising Strategy for Web Content Publishers V. Jacob, D. Manica, S. Radhakrishnan 41

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