Contributions to Books:

G. Baryannis, O. Danylevych, D. Karastoyanova, K. Kritikos, Ph. Leitner, F. Rosenberg, B. Wetzstein:
"Service Composition";
in: "Service Research Challenges and Solutions for the Future Internet", M. P. Papazoglou, K. Pohl, M. Parkin, A. Metzger (ed.); Springer LNCS 6500, 2010, (invited), ISBN: 978-3-642-17598-5, 55 - 84.

English abstract:
In the S-Cube research framework, the Service Composition and Co-ordination (SCC) layer encompasses the functions required for the aggregation of multiple services into a single composite service offering, with the execution of the constituent services in a composition controlled through the Service Infrastructure
(SI) layer. The SCC layer manages the control and data flow between the services in a service-based application by, for example, specifying workflow models and using a workflow engine for runtime control of service execution. This chapter presents an overview of the state-of-the-art in service composition modeling and covers two main areas: service composition models and languages and approaches to the synthesis of service compositions including model-driven,
automated, and QoS-aware service composition. The contents of this chapter can be seen as a basis for aligning and improving existing approaches and solutions for service composition and provide directions for future S-Cube research.

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