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Web Service Interface Syndication and its Application to a Collaborative Weblog Search

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3 Author(s)
Scholtes, I. ; Systemsoftware & Distributed Syst., Trier Univ. ; Gorgen, D. ; Gratz, P.

This paper presents the idea of Web service interface syndication - a scheme for the collaborative creation of overlay networks based on common Web service interfaces. Rather than requiring complex management of dynamic peers we picture a setting of interconnected static Web applications forming syndicates and offering services in a self-organized fashion. Among other application scenarios, this paper will present vicinitySearch, a collaborative Weblog search service which has been created in order to demonstrate the concept. This service offers a remarkable added-value to the Weblog community, making use of existing collaborative structures and the interoperability provided by XML Web services. Apart from the general concept of Web service interface syndication, the paper presents an implementation of the vicinitySearch service that has been done in terms of a Wordpress plugin

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Collaborative Computing: Networking, Applications and Worksharing, 2006. CollaborateCom 2006. International Conference on

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17-20 Nov. 2006

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