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Approche multi-perspective centrée exigences de composition de services Web

Abstract : The service-oriented architecture paradigm SOA has become the standard for the design and development of distributed Web service-based-applications. Despite all the advantages they offer in terms of interoperability and reuse, the development solutions associated with the SOA paradigm is intended for programmers and are difficult to understand by the business world. To be in tune with the business world, service-based applications should be described in terms of requirements they can meet and not in terms of features they can achieve. This minimizes the discrepancy between the conceptual software services and the statement of user requirements. We propose, as part of this thesis, a multi-perspective requirement centric approach for Web service composition. Our approach places the composition of services at a requirement-centered perspective in which high level business services are described in terms of requirements they can meet. An alignment process is proposed to ensure a matching between these services and the low-level software services that are described in terms of technical reports at a function-centered perspective. This process incorporates the composition variability throughout the different phases of the service-based applications development cycle.
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Maha Driss. Approche multi-perspective centrée exigences de composition de services Web. Génie logiciel [cs.SE]. Université Rennes 1, 2011. Français. ⟨tel-00648131⟩



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