Requirements Driven Services Composition


Business requirements from customers normally exhibit in various kinds of forms and keep on changing all the time. Some current tools exist to help catch the requirements and store them in a consistent way, such as IBM’s Rational Requisite Pro. However, how to rapidly establish a business process meeting dynamic and evolving business requirements remains a big challenge.


Business Process Service Composition Service Discovery Business Service Service Selection 
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