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Modern Software Engineering Concepts and Practices: Advanced Approaches

Bicer, Veli ; Borgert, Stephan ; Winkler, Matthias ; Scheithauer, Gregor ; Voigt, Konrad ; Cardoso, Jorge ; Aitenbichler, Erwin
ed.: Ali H. Dogru, Veli Bicer (2011)
Modern Software Engineering Concepts and Practices: Advanced Approaches.
In: Modern Software Engineering Concepts and Practices: Advanced Approaches
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Abstract

The Internet of services introduces new requirements for service engineering in terms of addressing both business and technical perspectives. The inherent complexity of the new wave of services that is emerging requires new approaches for an effective and efficient service design. In this chapter a novel service engineering framework is introduced: the Integrated Service Engineering (ISE) framework. With its ISE workbench, it can address the emerging requirements of Internet of services. The chapter presents the foundations on how the service engineering process can be conducted by applying the separation of concerns to model different service dimensions within various layers of abstraction. Additionally, three novel extensions are presented to the aforementioned ISE workbench in order to enrich the capabilities of the service modeling process.

Item Type: Book Section
Erschienen: 2011
Editors: Ali H. Dogru, Veli Bicer
Creators: Bicer, Veli ; Borgert, Stephan ; Winkler, Matthias ; Scheithauer, Gregor ; Voigt, Konrad ; Cardoso, Jorge ; Aitenbichler, Erwin
Type of entry: Bibliographie
Title: Modern Software Engineering Concepts and Practices: Advanced Approaches
Language: English
Date: 2011
Publisher: Information Science Pub
Book Title: Modern Software Engineering Concepts and Practices: Advanced Approaches
Abstract:

The Internet of services introduces new requirements for service engineering in terms of addressing both business and technical perspectives. The inherent complexity of the new wave of services that is emerging requires new approaches for an effective and efficient service design. In this chapter a novel service engineering framework is introduced: the Integrated Service Engineering (ISE) framework. With its ISE workbench, it can address the emerging requirements of Internet of services. The chapter presents the foundations on how the service engineering process can be conducted by applying the separation of concerns to model different service dimensions within various layers of abstraction. Additionally, three novel extensions are presented to the aforementioned ISE workbench in order to enrich the capabilities of the service modeling process.

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20 Department of Computer Science
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