UTCS Colloquium: Albert Benveniste/IRISA/INRIA France: "Composing Web services in an open world: QoS issues" ACES 2.402, Tuesday, February 10, 2009 11:00 a.m.
Type of Talk: UTCS Colloquium
filiation: Albert Benveniste/IRISA/INRIA France
sp; Tuesday, February 10, 2009 11:00 a.m.
Host: William Cook
Talk Title: "
Composing Web Services in an Open World: QoS issues"
I shall review problems related to QoS when composing Web servi
ces orchestrations. I shall first develop the case of response time and the
n propose generalization to systematic and flexible QoS management for orch
estrations. I shall review several problems: 1/ the pa
radigm of contracts to deal with the open world of Web services, 2/ monoto
nicity of orchestrations, 3/ how to develop a generic framework for QoS ma
nagement. The whole is illustrated on Orc. Time permitting, I shall also b
riefly discuss why we also pursue a parallel track of Active XML documents
for combined data and workflow management at the Web scale.
is joint work with Sidney Rosario, Claude Jard, Stefan Haar, and
Albert Benveniste is an expert in t
he fields of automatic control, computer science and telecommunications. I
n 1985, he co-invented the synchronous language Signal for reactive system
s design in computer science with Paul Le Guernic; he is now a recognized
contributor to the topic of formal methods for heterogeneous distributed re
active systems in computer engineering. He was awarded the "France Te
lecom" 2008 award by the French Academy of Sciences for the exception
al quality of his research work. Director of Research at INRIA Rennes - Bre
tagne Atlantique, Albert Benveniste is responsible for the embedded system
s sector at the Institute''s scientific department. He is also Scientific D
irector of the INRIA - Alcatel-Lucent Bell Labs joint research laboratory.<
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