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A Framework for Descriptions and Reasoning for Adaptive Composite Service Structure and Behavior

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In this paper, we present a framework developed for characterizing the whole spectrum of synthesized complex service by interacting with devices in peer-to-peer networking environments. Recently, a number of techniques have been proposed to support complex adaptive and dynamic service composition in p2p. However, these techniques have captured only a subset of service composition over p2p networks and represented some points within the spectrum of complex service, such as service discovery and service descriptions. We have explored a new model to determine how to manage complex services in terms of notions of comprehensive services, adaptive service commitment, modification and recovery, service atomicity and service descriptions in competitive and cooperative ad-hoc p2p networking environment.

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Applications and the Internet Workshops, 2005. Saint Workshops 2005. The 2005 Symposium on

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31-04 Jan. 2005