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Journal of Future Internet

March 2014, Volume 1, 1, pp 1-15

Verification Method of Complex Web-Services

Tkachova Elena

,

Issam Saad

,

Abdulghafoor Raed Yahya

Tkachova Elena 1
Issam Saad 2
Abdulghafoor Raed Yahya 3

  1. Telecommunication systems, Kharkov National University of Radioelectronics, Ukraine 1

  2. Kharkov National University of Radioelectronics, Ukraine 2

  3. Odessa National Academy of Telecommunications named after O.S.Popov, Ukraine 3


Abstract:

In the article proposed formalisms for defining rules of Web-services orchestration and choreography that allows to combine elements of a distributed system in a single system. Proposed approach allows to perform formal association of individual system components into a single unit. Proposed verification method for distributed systems based on the model approach. E-networks are models for verification of distributed systems. Web-service’s safety check is performed by finding deadlock conditions or any deviation from the specification process. This method allows taking into account the asynchronous nature of complex services and also performing stateful inspection: check for different Web-service consistency, check orchestration and choreography compatibility requirements for each service. 
Contribution/ Originality
This study uses new algebraic methods for the analysis of complex Web-services. The novelty is in the use of formal grammars, which solved the problem of validation and evaluation of the behavior of the resource allocation of info communication protocols.

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