Towards A Meta-Model for Service Properties

Author Jens Hündling

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Jens Hündling. Towards A Meta-Model for Service Properties. In Service Oriented Computing (SOC). Dagstuhl Seminar Proceedings, Volume 5462, Schloss Dagstuhl – Leibniz-Zentrum für Informatik (2006)


Service Oriented Computing offers a promising approach for global businesses and integrated, virtual enterprises that achieve common business goals. For realizing an exhaustive Service Oriented Architecture, some basic research is still necessary and a consensus has to be reached about key aspects. We argue that a key aspect is a common model for enriched service descriptions, especially for all use cases related to service discovery. For automated discovery, these service descriptions need to be specified in a formal, computer-readable way. Additionally, properties of services that are beyond technical interface specifications should be modelled, e.g. by including Quality of Service (QoS) properties.
  • Service Properties
  • Quality of Services
  • QoS
  • non-functional Properties
  • Service Discovery


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