Service composition and binding
Kowalkiewicz, M., Ludwig, A., Meyer, H., Schaffner, J., Stamber, C., & Stein, S. (2008) Service composition and binding. In Kuropka, D, Troger, P., Staab, S., & Weske, M. (Eds.) Semantic Service Provisioning. Springer Berlin Heidelberg, pp. 73-143.
Service composition enables the creation of services previously unavailable through the aggregation of existing services. The result is called a service composition. Exposing a service composition as a service, the result is called a composed service. It can be distinguished from atomic services. Service composition approaches can be differentiated along two axes: point in time of composition and degree of automation. With design-time and run-time we can identify two different points in time for doing a composition. Additionally we can distinguish between three different degrees of automation: manual, assisted, and automated service composition. © 2008 Springer Berlin Heidelberg.
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