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International Journal on Web Service Computing (IJWSC)

Web Service Computing is a recent evolution in Distributed Computing series and it is an emerging and fast growing paradigm in the present scenario. Web Service Computing is a diversified discipline suite that related to the technologies of Business Process Integration and Management, Grid / Utility / Cloud Computing paradigms, autonomic computing, as well as the business and scientific applications. It applies the theories of Science and Technology for bridging the gap between Business Services and IT Services. Service oriented computing addresses how to enable the technology to help people to perform business processes more efficiently and effectively, ultimately resulting in creating WIN-WIN strategy between the business organizations and end users. The greatest significance of the web services is their interoperability, which allows businesses to dynamically publish, discover, and aggregate a range of Web services through the Internet to more easily create innovative products, business processes and value chains both from organization and end user points of views. Due to these, this cross discipline attracts the variety of researchers from various disciplines to conduct the versatile research and experiments in this area.

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International Journal on Web Service Computing (IJWSC)

  1. 1. March 2021: Top 10 Downloaded Articles in Web Service Computing International Journal on Web Service Computing (IJWSC) http://airccse.org/journal/jwsc/ijwsc.html ISSN 0974 - 9322 (Online) ; 0975 - 2293 (Print)
  2. 2. SURVEY OF CLOUD COMPUTING Amira. A. Elsonbaty High Institute of Engineering & Technology in New Damietta ABSTRACT With expanding volumes of knowledgeable production and the variability of themes and roots, shapes and languages, most detectable issues related to the delivery of storage space for the information and the variety of treatment strategies in addition to the problems related to the flow of information and methods go down and take an interest in the advantage of them face the researchers. In any case, such a great significance comes with a support of a great infrastructure that includes large data centers comprising thousands of server units and other supporting equipment. The cloud is not a small, undeveloped branch of it, it is a type of computing that is based on the internet, an image from the internet. Cloud Computing is a developed technology, cloud computing, possibly offers an overall economic benefit, in that end users shares a large, centrally achieved pool of storing and computing resources, rather than owning and managing their own systems. But, it needs to be environment friendly also. This review paper gives a general overview of cloud computing, also it describes cloud computing, architecture of cloud computing, characteristics of cloud computing, and different services and deployment model of cloud computing. This paper is for anyone who will have recently detected regarding cloud computing and desires to grasp a lot of regarding cloud computing KEYWORDS cloud computing; architecture of cloud computing; characteristics of cloud computing For More Details : https://aircconline.com/ijwsc/V9N4/9418ijwsc02.pdf Volume Link : http://airccse.org/journal/jwsc/current2018.html
  3. 3. REFERENCES [1] Bharti Wadhwa, “Energy Saving Approaches for Green Cloud Computing: A Review”, Proceedings of 2014 RAECS UIET Panjab University Chandigarh, 06 - 08 March, 2014 978-1-4799-2291- 8/14/$31.00 ©2014 IEEE [2] Jasleen Kaur, Ms. Anupma Sehrawat, Ms. Neha Bishnoi, " Survey Paper on Basics of Cloud Computing and Data Security," International Journal of Computer Science Trends and Technology (IJCST) – Volume 2 Issue 3, May-Jun 2014. [3] https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Cloud_computing,12-9-4:30pm. [4] Yashpalsinh Jadeja, Kirit Modi, “Cloud Computing - Concepts, Architecture and Challenges” in Proceeding of International Conference on Computing, Electronics and Electrical Technologies [ICCEET], 2012. [5] Qi Zhang, Lu Cheng and Raouf Boutaba, “Cloud computing: state-of-the-art and research challenges”. Journal of Internet Services and Applications, Volume 1, Issue 1, pp 7–18, May 2010 [6] Ivanka Menken," Cloud Computing - The Complete Cornerstone Guide to Cloud Computing Best Practices Concepts, Terms, and Techniques for Successfully Planning, Implementing ... Enterprise IT Cloud ComputingTechnology", London, UK, UK ©2008 , ISBN:1921573007 9781921573002,2008. [7] Ms. Disha H. Parekh, Dr. R. Sridaran, “An Analysis of Security Challenges in Cloud Computing,” (IJACSA) International Journal of Advanced Computer Science and Applications, Vol. 4, No.1, 2013. [8] Jasleen Kaur, Ms.Anupma Sehrawat, Ms.Neha Bishnoi ,"Survey Paper on Basics of Cloud Computing and Data Security", International Journal of Computer Science Trends and Technology (IJCST) – Volume 2 Issue 3, May-Jun 2014. [9] M. Armbrust, O. Fox, R. Griffith, A. D. Joseph, Y. Katz, A. Konwinski, et al., "M.: Above the clouds: A Berkeley view of cloud computing," 2009. [10] S. Subashini and V. Kavitha, "A survey on security issues in service delivery models of cloud computing," Journal of Network and Computer Applications, vol. 34, pp. 1-11, 2011. International Journal on Web Service Computing (IJWSC), Vol.9, No.3/4, December 2018 27 [11] Aniruddha S. Rumale, D.N.Chaudhari, ” Cloud Computing: Infrastructure as a Service,” International Journal of Inventive Engineering and Sciences (IJIES) ISSN: 2319–9598, Volume-1, Issue-3, February 2013.
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  5. 5. A COMPARATIVE STUDY OF PROCESS MEDIATOR CCOMPONENTS THAT SUPPORT BEHAVIORAL INCOMPATIBILITY Kanmani Munusamy 1 , Harihodin Selamat2 , Suhaimi Ibrahim3 and Mohd Sapiyan Baba4 1, 2, 3 Advanced Informatics School (AIS), Universiti Teknologi Malaysia (UTM), Malaysia. 1 kanmani3@live.utm.my, 2 harihodin@utm.my, 3 suhaimiibrahim@utm.my 4 Faculty of Computer Science & Information Technology, University Malaya (UM), Malaysia. 4 pian@um.edu.my ABSTRACT Most businesses these days use the web services technology as a medium to allow interaction between a service provider and a service requestor. However, both the service provider and the requestor would be unable to achieve their business goals when there are miscommunications between their processes. This research focuses on the process incompatibility between the web services and the way to automatically resolve them by using a process mediator. This paper presents an overview of the behavioral incompatibility between web services and the overview of process mediation in order to resolve the complications faced due to the incompatibility. Several state-of the-art approaches have been selected and analyzed to understand the existing process mediation components. This paper aims to provide a valuable gap analysis that identifies the important research areas in process mediation that have yet to be fully explored. KEYWORDS Web services, semantic web services, web service mediation, web service adaptation and behavioral incompatibility For More Details : http://airccse.org/journal/jwsc/papers/0911wsc02.pdf Volume Link : http://airccse.org/journal/jwsc/current2011.html
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  10. 10. BUSINESS RULE MANAGEMENT FRAMEWORK FOR ENTERPRISE WEB SERVICES Thirumaran. M1 and Ilavarasan. E2 and Thanigaivel. K3 and Abarna. S4 1 Department of Computer science and Engineering, Pondicherry Engg College, India. thirumaran@pec.edu 2 Department of Computer science and Engineering, Pondicherry Engg College, India. eilavarasan@pec.edu 3 Department of Computer science and Engineering, Pondicherry Engg College, India. thanigaivel20@pec.edu 4 Department of Computer science and Engineering, Pondicherry Engg College, India. abarna.pec@gmail.com ABSTRACT Making a business rule extraction more dynamic is an open issue, and we think it is feasible if we decompose the business process structure in a set of rules, each of them representing a transition of the business process. As a consequence the business process engine can be realized by reusing and integrating an existing Rule Engine. We are proposing a way for extracting the business rules and then to modify it at the runtime. Business rules specifies the constraints that affect the behaviors and also specifies the derivation of conditions that affect the execution flow. The rules can be extracted from use cases, specifications or system code. But since not many enterprises capture their business rules in a structured, explicit form like documents or implicit software codes, they need to be identified first, before being captured and managed. These rules change more often than the processes themselves, but changing and managing business rules is a complex task beyond the abilities of most business analysts. The capturing process focuses on the identification of the potential business rules sources. As business logic requirements change, business analysts can update the business logic without enlisting the aid of the IT staff. The new logic is immediately available to all client applications. In current trend the rules are modified or changed in the static time phase. But this paper provides to change the rules at the run time. Here the rules are extracted from the services and can be a changed dynamically. The existing rules are modified and attached to source code without hindering service to the end user which can be achieved with source control systems. When the rules are revised, it provides a path in budding new business logic. This new business logic can be adopted for the efficient software development. KEYWORDS Dynamic Rule Execution, Business process, Business rules, Business Rules Approaches. For More Details : http://airccse.org/journal/jwsc/papers/1210ijwsc02.pdf Volume Link : http://airccse.org/journal/jwsc/currentissue.html
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  18. 18. PXPATHV: PREVENTING XPATH INJECTION VULNERABILITIES IN WEB APPLICATIONS V.Shanmughaneethi Computer Centre, National Institute of Technical Teachers Training and Research (NITTTR), Govt. of India Taramani, Chennai, India shanneethi@gmail.com R.Ravichandran Resource Centre, National Institute of Technical Teachers Training and Research (NITTTR), Govt. of India Taramani, Chennai, India keelairavi@hotmail.com S.Swamynathan Dept. IST, CEG, Anna University Chennai, India swamyns@annauniv.edu ABSTRACT Generally, most Web applications use relational databases to store and retrieve information. But, the growing acceptance of XML technologies for documents it is logical that security should be integrated with XML solutions. In a web application, an improper user inputs is a main cause for a wide variety of attacks. XML Path or XPath language is used for querying information from the nodes of an XML document. XPath Injection is an attack technique, much like SQL injection, exists when a malicious user can insert arbitrary XPath code into form fields and URL query parameters in order to inject this code directly into the XPath query evaluation engine. Through the crafted input a malicious user would bypass authentication or to access restricted data from the XML data source.Hence, we proposed an approach to detect XPath injection attack in XML databases at runtime. Our approach intercept XPath expression and parse the XQuery expression to find the inputs to be placed in the expression. The identified inputs are used to design an XML file and it would be validated through a schema. KEYWORDS XPath Injection, SQL Injection, XQuery, Web Application Security, XSLT, XML Schema, XML Security, Command Injection For More Details : http://airccse.org/journal/jwsc/papers/0911wsc05.pdf Volume Link : http://airccse.org/journal/jwsc/current2011.html
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  21. 21. DYNAMIC WEB SERVICE COMPOSITION BASED ON NETWORK MODELING WITH STATISTICAL ANALYSIS AND BACKTRACKING M.SureshKumar 1 and P.Varalakshmi 2 1 Research Scholar, Anna University, Chennai, suresh.priya.kumar@gmail.com 2 Department of Information Technology, MIT Campus, Anna University, Chennai, varanip@gmail.com ABSTRACT A Web service is a software system designed to support interoperable machine-to-machine interaction over a network. Web services provide a standard means of interoperating between different software applications, running on a variety of platforms and/or frameworks. One of the main advantages of the usage of web services is its ability to integrate with the other services through web service composition and realize the required functionality. This paper presents a new paradigm of dynamic web services composition using network analysis paired with backtracking. An algorithm called “Zeittafel” for the selection and scheduling of services that are to be composed is also presented. With the proposed system better percentage of job success rate is obtained compared to the existing methodology. KEYWORDS Dynamic composition, PERT, backtracking, tour planner For More Details : http://airccse.org/journal/jwsc/papers/3212ijwsc02.pdf Volume Link : http://airccse.org/journal/jwsc/current2012.html
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  24. 24. SPEEDING UP THE WEB CRAWLING PROCESS ON A MULTI-CORE PROCESSOR USING VIRTUALIZATION Hussein Al-Bahadili1 , Hamzah Qtishat2 , Reyadh S. Naoum2 1 Faculty of Information Technology, Petra University, Amman, Jordan hbahadili@uop.edu.jo 2 Faculty of Information Technology, Middle East University, Amman, Jordan hamzah.qtishat@yahoo.com,rnaoum@meu.edu.jo ABSTRACT A Web crawler is an important component of the Web search engine. It demands large amount of hardware resources (CPU and memory) to crawl data from the rapidly growing and changing Web. So that the crawling process should be a continuous process performed from time-to-time to maintain up-to-date crawled data. This paper develops and investigates the performance of a new approach to speed up the crawling process on a multi-core processor through virtualization. In this approach, the multi-core processor is divided into a number of virtual-machines (VMs) that can run in parallel (concurrently) performing different crawling tasks on different data. It presents a description, implementation, and evaluation of a VM-based distributed Web crawler. In order to estimate the speedup factor achieved by the VM-based crawler over a non- virtualization crawler, extensive crawling experiments were carried-out to estimate the crawling times for various numbers of documents. Furthermore, the average crawling rate in documents per unit time is computed, and the effect of the number of VMs on the speedup factor is investigated. For example, on an Intel® Core™ i5-2300 CPU @2.80 GHz and 8 GB memory, a speedup factor of ~1.48 is achieved when crawling 70000 documents on 3 and 4 VMs. KEYWORDS Web search engine; Web crawler; virtualization; virtual machines; distributed crawling; multi- core processor; distribution methodologies; processor-farm methodology. For More Details : http://airccse.org/journal/jwsc/papers/4113ijwsc02.pdf Volume Link : http://airccse.org/journal/jwsc/current2013.html
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  28. 28. WEB SERVICE COMPOSITION PROCESSES: A COMPARATIVE STUDY Aram AlSedrani and Ameur Touir Department of Computer Science, King Saud University, Riyadh, KSA ABSTRACT Service composition is the process of constructing new services by combining several existing ones. It considered as one of the complex challenges in distributed and dynamic environment. The composition process includes, in general, the searching for existing services in a specific domain, and selecting the appropriate service, then coordinating composition flow and invoking services. Over the past years, the problem of web service composition has been studied intensively by researchers. Therefore, a significant amount of solutions and new methods to tackle this problem are presented. In this paper, our objective is to investigate algorithms and methodologies to provide a classification of existing methods in each composition phase. Moreover, we aim at conducting a comparative study to discover the main features and limitation in each phase in order to assist future research in this area. KEYWORDS Service composition, Composition planning, Discovery method, Selection method, Execution method. For More Details : https://aircconline.com/ijwsc/V7N1/7116ijwsc01.pdf Volume Link : http://airccse.org/journal/jwsc/current2016.html
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  33. 33. A LITERATURE REVIEW ON TRUST MANAGEMENT IN WEBSERVICES ACCESS CONTROL R.Joseph Manoj1 and Dr.A.Chandrasekar2 1 Research Scholar, Manonmaniam Sundaranar University, Tirunelveli, Tamilnadu, India & Associate Professor, Department of MCA, St.Joseph’s College of Engineering, Chennai, India, 2 Professor, Department of CSE, St.Joseph’s College of Engineering, Chennai, India ABSTRACT Web Service is a reusable component which has set of related functionalities that service requesters can programmatically access from the service provider and manipulate through the Web. One of the main security issue is to secure web services from the malicious requesters. Since trust plays an important role in many kinds of human communication, it allows people to work under insecurity and with the risk of negative cost, many researchers have proposed different trust based web services access control model to prevent malicious requesters. In this literature review, various existing trust based web services access control model have been studied also investigated how the concept of a trust level is used in the access control policy of a service provider to allow service requester to access the web services. KEYWORDS Web Services, Access model, security, trust, trust model. For More Details : http://airccse.org/journal/jwsc/papers/4313ijwsc01.pdf Volume Link : http://airccse.org/journal/jwsc/current2013.html
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