Senthilanand Chandrasekaran

University of Georgia, Athens, GA, United States

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  • Senthilanand Chandrasekaran, Gregory Silver, John A. Miller, Jorge Cardoso, Amit P. Sheth
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    ABSTRACT: computing field in general as well as simulation in particular (e.g., Web-Based Simulation). A new wave of development based upon XML has started. Two of the most interesting aspects of this development are the Semantic Web and Web Services. This paper examines the synergy between Web service technology and simulation. In one direction, Web service processes can be simulated for the purpose of correcting/improving the design. In the other direction, simulation models/components can be built out of Web services. Work on seamlessly using simulation as a part of Web service composition and process design, as well as on using Web services to re-build the JSIM Web-based simulation environment is highlighted.
    01/2003;
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    ABSTRACT: The new paradigm for distributed computing over the Internet is that of Web services. They are Web accessible software components, which can be combined and linked together to create new functionality in the form of Web processes. This creates the need to compose services into processes that are efficient in terms of their performance. This paper describes our Service Composition and Execution Tool (SCET) and various methodologies that could be adopted for evaluating the performance of a Web process. SCET allows for composing services statically using its designer and storing them as Web Service Flow Language (WSFL) based specifications. Executing a process enables one to realize its functionality and also analyse its performance. For executing a process, SCET automatically generates execution code for a composed process. This paper discusses techniques for process execution time analysis and execution monitoring that can be used to evaluate the performance of individual Web services involved in a process. Since processes involving real-world services make performance testing difficult simulation is used as an alternate technique for analysing the efficiency of a process. SCET is integrated with the JSIM simulator, enabling users to simulate a process and get statistical performance estimates.
    Electronic Markets 01/2003; 13. · 0.78 Impact Factor
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    ABSTRACT: The new paradigm for distributed computing over the Internet is that of Web services.
    11/2002;
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    Senthilanand Chandrasekaran, Gregory Silver, John A. Miller, Jorge Cardoso, Amit P. Sheth
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    ABSTRACT: the computing field in general as well as simulation in particular (e.g., Web-Based Simulation). A new wave of development based upon XML has started. Two of the most interesting aspects of this development are the Semantic Web and Web Services. This paper examines the synergy between Web service technology and simulation. In one direction, Web service processes can be simulated for the purpose of correcting/improving the design. In the other direction, simulation models /components can be built out of Web services. Work on seamlessly using simulation as a part of Web service composition and process design, as well as on using Web services to re-build the JSIM Web-based simulation environment is highlighted.
    09/2002;
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    ABSTRACT: The World Wide Web has had an huge influence on the computing field in general as well as simulation in particular (e.g., Web-Based Simulation). A new wave of development based upon XML has started. Two of the most interesting aspects of this development are the Semantic Web and Web Services. This paper examines the synergy between Web service technology and simulation. In one direction, Web service processes can be simulated for the purpose of correcting/improving the design. In the other direction, simulation models/components can be built out of Web services. Work on seamlessly using simulation as a part of Web service composition and process design, as well as on using Web services to re-build the JSIM Web-based simulation environment is highlighted.
    Proceedings of the 34th Winter Simulation Conference: Exploring New Frontiers, San Diego, California, USA, December 8-11, 2002; 01/2002