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Composition of engineering web services with universal distributed data-flows framework based on ROA


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Duan, K., Padget, J., Kim, H.A. and Hosobe, H., 2012. Composition of engineering web services with universal distributed data-flows framework based on ROA. In: Alarcon, R., Pautasso, C. and Wilde, E., eds. Third International Workshop on RESTful Design (WS-REST 2012) at WWW2012, 2012-04-16. New York, U. S. A.: Association for Computing Machinery (ACM), pp. 41-48.

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Abstract

The problem of staging data in workflows has received much attention over the last decade, with a variety of user-directed and automatic solutions. The latter are the focus of the first contribution in this paper, where we propose a simple peer-to-peer solution adapted to the needs of RESTful services. The second contribution, is the combination of the data staging mechanism with a simple service deployment mechanism, that is designed to allow applications developed for the command-line to function as (RESTful) services without modification or (in some cases) recompilation. Thus, the aim of this paper is to describe the design and implementation of: (i) a peer-to-peer data-staging mechanism, that is itself RESTful, and (ii) a service deployment mechanism, also following REST design principles, which together form the Universal Distributed Data-flows framework, for the support of data-intensive (RESTful) workflows. We evaluate the framework by means of an engineering workflow developed for multi-disciplinary design optimization. The workflow itself is specified in Taverna, which is a conventional centralized data-staging enactment system. However, by virtue of the underlying services and staging mechanisms described here, the resulting enactment is peer-to-peer (for data), which furthermore permits asynchronous staging, with potential benefits for network utilization and end-to-end execution time. Copyright 2012 ACM.

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Item Type Conference or Workshop Items (UNSPECIFIED)
CreatorsDuan, K., Padget, J., Kim, H.A. and Hosobe, H.
EditorsAlarcon, R., Pautasso, C. and Wilde, E.
DOI10.1145/2307819.2307830
DepartmentsFaculty of Science > Computer Science
Faculty of Engineering & Design > Mechanical Engineering
Research CentresAerospace Engineering Research Centre
StatusPublished
ID Code30887

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