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MeTSI : Une Méthode de Transformation des Services Intentionnels

Abstract : The PhD thesis proposes a services selection and composition approach based on the concept of intentional services. Intentional services explicitly model the intentional aspect of the application and are placed at a level more abstract than traditional SOC (Service Oriented Computing). This intentional vision of services allows us to move the software service description closer to the requirements of the end users. From understanding what the user wants and what the system is capable of, the user can identify services that accurately meet their goals. We propose a transformational approach whereby the application is developed via transformations of the intentional services into interactive software services. At each transformational step, descriptions of service models are instances of meta-models that are processed and refined. The transformational technique allows the derivation of an executable software solution that includes both the user interface aspect and the business logic aspect as an appropriate selection and composition of services.
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Yves-Roger Nehan. MeTSI : Une Méthode de Transformation des Services Intentionnels. Recherche d'information [cs.IR]. Université Panthéon-Sorbonne - Paris I, 2010. Français. ⟨tel-00778544⟩



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