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  1. Content type: SI: FOME - The Future of Middleware

    Data interoperability is one of the main problems of system interoperability. Indeed, it is estimated that the cost of data interoperability ranges in the billions of dollars every year. The traditional approa...

    Authors: Massimo Paolucci and Berrand Souville

    Citation: Journal of Internet Services and Applications 2012 3:59

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  2. Content type: SI: FOME - The Future of Middleware

    In this paper, we address the role of middleware in enabling robust and resilient cyber-physical systems (CPSs) of the future. In particular, we will focus on how adaptation services can be used to improve dep...

    Authors: Grit Denker, Nikil Dutt, Sharad Mehrotra, Mark-Oliver Stehr, Carolyn Talcott and Nalini Venkatasubramanian

    Citation: Journal of Internet Services and Applications 2012 3:57

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  3. Content type: SI: FOME - The Future of Middleware

    Key concepts of reliable distributed computing developed during the 1980s and 1990s (e.g., transactions, replication) influenced the standards based middleware such as CORBA and Java EE. This middleware has ev...

    Authors: Mark Little, Santosh Shrivastava and Stuart Wheater

    Citation: Journal of Internet Services and Applications 2011 3:55

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  4. Content type: SI: FOME - The Future of Middleware

    Cloud computing is by far the most cost-effective technology for hosting Internet-scale services and applications. The MapReduce model, in particular, is largely used nowadays in Cloud infrastructures to meet ...

    Authors: Raouf Boutaba, Lu Cheng and Qi Zhang

    Citation: Journal of Internet Services and Applications 2011 3:54

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  5. Content type: SI: FOME - The Future of Middleware

    Cloud computing offers a number of benefits, such as elasticity with the perception of unlimited resources, self-service, on-demand, automation, etc. However, these benefits create new requirements for managem...

    Authors: Nigel Cook, Dejan Milojicic and Vanish Talwar

    Citation: Journal of Internet Services and Applications 2011 3:53

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  6. Content type: SI: FOME - The Future of Middleware

    Highly complex distributed systems (HCDSs) are characterized by a large number of mission-critical, heterogeneous inter-dependent subsystems executing concurrently with diverse—often conflicting—quality-of-ser...

    Authors: Jules White, Brian Dougherty, Richard Schantz, Douglas C. Schmidt, Adam Porter and Angelo Corsaro

    Citation: Journal of Internet Services and Applications 2011 3:51

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  7. Content type: SI: FOME - The Future of Middleware

    In this paper, we explore the integration of evolutionary computation into the development and run-time support of dynamically-adaptable, high-assurance middleware. The open-ended nature of the evolutionary pr...

    Authors: Philip K. McKinley, Betty H. C. Cheng, Andres J. Ramirez and Adam C. Jensen

    Citation: Journal of Internet Services and Applications 2011 3:49

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  8. Content type: SI: FOME - The Future of Middleware

    Coordinating the networks needed for modern scientific data collection and control presents a significant challenge: they are typically power- and resource-constrained, operating in noisy and hostile environme...

    Authors: Alan Dearle and Simon Dobson

    Citation: Journal of Internet Services and Applications 2011 3:52

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  9. Content type: SI: FOME - The Future of Middleware

    Contemporary middleware must facilitate the customization of a built-in services framework, such that non-functional requirements emerging from the engineering process are met. This must be achieved by facilit...

    Authors: Wouter Joosen, Bert Lagaisse, Eddy Truyen and Koen Handekyn

    Citation: Journal of Internet Services and Applications 2011 3:47

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  10. Content type: SI: FOME - The Future of Middleware

    This paper considers mission assurance for critical cloud applications, a set of applications with growing importance to governments and military organizations. Specifically, we consider applications in which ...

    Authors: Roy H. Campbell, Mirko Montanari and Reza Farivar

    Citation: Journal of Internet Services and Applications 2011 3:44

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  11. Content type: SI: FOME - The Future of Middleware

    What is a highly complex distributed system in the future era? What are the needs that may drive the development of such systems? And what is their life cycle? Is there any new challenge for Software Engineeri...

    Authors: Marco Autili, Paola Inverardi, Patrizio Pelliccione and Massimo Tivoli

    Citation: Journal of Internet Services and Applications 2011 3:48

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  12. Content type: SI: FOME - The Future of Middleware

    In modern distributed computing, applications are rarely built directly atop operating system facilities, e.g., sockets. Higher-level middleware abstractions and systems are often employed to simplify the program...

    Authors: Luca Mottola and Gian Pietro Picco

    Citation: Journal of Internet Services and Applications 2011 3:46

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  13. Content type: SI: FOME - The Future of Middleware

    Social computing broadly refers to supporting social behaviours using computational systems. In the last decade, the advent of Web 2.0 and its social networking services, wikis, blogs, and social bookmarking h...

    Authors: Licia Capra and Daniele Quercia

    Citation: Journal of Internet Services and Applications 2011 3:45

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  14. Content type: SI: FOME - The Future of Middleware

    Many modern distributed systems are required to scale in terms of their support for processes, resources, and users. Moreover, a system is often also required to operate across the Internet and across differen...

    Authors: Maarten van Steen, Guillaume Pierre and Spyros Voulgaris

    Citation: Journal of Internet Services and Applications 2011 3:43

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  15. Content type: SI: FOME - The Future of Middleware

    Programming languages have long impacted the development of distributed systems. While much middleware and distributed systems code continues to be developed today using mainstream languages such as Java and C...

    Authors: Debasish Ghosh, Justin Sheehy, Kresten Krab Thorup and Steve Vinoski

    Citation: Journal of Internet Services and Applications 2011 3:42

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  16. Content type: Original Paper

    We analyzed how reliability will be improved by adopting inter-domain multi-path and multi-homing routing when the structure in the Internet changes. We identified the properties of the ideal network structure...

    Authors: Hiroshi Fujinoki and Andrew Hauck

    Citation: Journal of Internet Services and Applications 2011 2:39

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  17. Content type: SI: Cloud Computing

    Cloud platforms are dynamic, self-optimizing, continuously changing environments where resources can be composed with other ones in order to provide many types of services to their users, e.g., companies, gove...

    Authors: Antonio Celesti, Massimo Villari and Antonio Puliafito

    Citation: Journal of Internet Services and Applications 2011 2:38

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  18. Content type: SI: Cloud Computing

    The vision of millions of users launching tens of millions of applications running on millions of globally scattered servers presents a new challenge for Cloud Providers: how to assign so many virtual applicat...

    Authors: Caroline Shouraboura and Pavel Bleher

    Citation: Journal of Internet Services and Applications 2011 2:37

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  19. Content type: SI: Cloud Computing

    Cloud computing has drawn much attention in recent years. One of its service models, called infrastructure as a service (IaaS), provides users with infrastructure services such as computation and data storage,...

    Authors: Dongwan Shin, Hakan Akkan, William Claycomb and Kwanjoong Kim

    Citation: Journal of Internet Services and Applications 2011 2:35

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  20. Content type: SI: Cloud Computing

    There are increasingly more computing problems requiring lengthy parallel computations. For those without access to current cluster or grid infrastructures, a recent and proven viable solution can be found wit...

    Authors: João Nuno Silva, Luís Veiga and Paulo Ferreira

    Citation: Journal of Internet Services and Applications 2011 2:33

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  21. Content type: SI: Cloud Computing

    The interaction between mobile and grid environments in building a transparent infrastructure for mobile users, involves several factors from both wired and wireless networks. These include the following: coor...

    Authors: Vinicius C. M. Borges, A. G. M. Rossetto, A. P. C. Silva and M. A. R. Dantas

    Citation: Journal of Internet Services and Applications 2011 2:30

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  22. Content type: SI: Cloud Computing

    Workflows have been used to represent a variety of applications involving high processing and storage demands. As a solution to supply this necessity, the cloud computing paradigm has emerged as an on-demand r...

    Authors: Luiz Fernando Bittencourt and Edmundo Roberto Mauro Madeira

    Citation: Journal of Internet Services and Applications 2011 2:32

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  23. Content type: SI: Cloud Computing

    The trend toward cloud-based services is creating the need for large scale shared distributed infrastructures. Behind many clouds lay shared distributed infrastructures formed through the federation of many re...

    Authors: Paul Ruth, Junghwan Rhee, Dongyan Xu, Sebastien Goasguen and Rick Kennell

    Citation: Journal of Internet Services and Applications 2011 2:31

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  24. Content type: SI: Future Net Service Models & Designs

    This paper describes a possible approach to provide advanced communication services for the Future Internet in an automated way. This is achieved by introducing a new Cognitive Transport Servicelayer on top of th...

    Authors: Franco Callegati, Aldo Campi and Walter Cerroni

    Citation: Journal of Internet Services and Applications 2011 2:26

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  25. Content type: SI: Future Net Service Models & Designs

    Contemporary networking infrastructures are required to be capable of adapting to the increasing trends of user demands, as well as the impairments of their operational environment. In this work, by exploiting...

    Authors: Eleni Stai, Vasileios Karyotis and Symeon Papavassiliou

    Citation: Journal of Internet Services and Applications 2011 2:24

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  26. Content type: SI: Future Net Service Models & Designs

    Currently, in the Telecommunication industry, the move toward service oriented infrastructures based on Internet Protocol (IP), IP Multimedia Subsystem (IMS), Service Oriented Architectures (SOA), and Service ...

    Authors: Christian Menkens and Michael Wuertinger

    Citation: Journal of Internet Services and Applications 2011 2:28

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  27. Content type: SI: Future Net Service Models & Designs

    Cloud computing is a highly discussed topic in the technical and economic world, and many of the big players of the software industry have entered the development of cloud services. Several companies what to e...

    Authors: C. N. Höfer and G. Karagiannis

    Citation: Journal of Internet Services and Applications 2011 2:27

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  28. Content type: SI: Future Net Service Models & Designs

    Video transmission over error prone channels as present in most of today’s communication channels, such as Mobile TV or some IPTV systems, is constantly subject to research. Simulation is an important instrume...

    Authors: Robert Skupin, Cornelius Hellge, Thomas Schierl and Thomas Wiegand

    Citation: Journal of Internet Services and Applications 2011 2:25

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  29. Content type: Original Paper

    Cloud computing is currently one of the major topics in distributed systems, with large numbers of papers being written on the topic, with major players in the industry releasing a range of software platforms ...

    Authors: Gordon Blair, Fabio Kon, Walfredo Cirne, Dejan Milojicic, Raghu Ramakrishnan, Dan Reed and Dilma Silva

    Citation: Journal of Internet Services and Applications 2011 2:23

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  30. Content type: Original Paper

    Service-oriented computing is now acknowledged as a central paradigm for Internet computing, supported by tremendous research and technology development over the last 10 years. However, the evolution of the In...

    Authors: Valérie Issarny, Nikolaos Georgantas, Sara Hachem, Apostolos Zarras, Panos Vassiliadist, Marco Autili, Marco Aurélio Gerosa and Amira Ben Hamida

    Citation: Journal of Internet Services and Applications 2011 2:21

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    The Erratum to this article has been published in Journal of Internet Services and Applications 2011 2:29

  31. Content type: Original Paper

    The growth of the Internet has had a huge impact on the software industry, from the ease of creating new businesses to the processes that companies use to develop, distribute, and support their products. Softw...

    Authors: Anthony I. Wasserman

    Citation: Journal of Internet Services and Applications 2011 2:19

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  32. Content type: Original Paper

    Wireless mesh networks are low-cost self-configurable multihop networks. This work presents a study about the main routing metrics used in this kind of network, pointing out their virtues and limitations. It a...

    Authors: Diego Passos, Célio Vinicius N. de Albuquerque, Miguel Elias M. Campista, Luís Henrique M. K. Costa and Otto Carlos M. B. Duarte

    Citation: Journal of Internet Services and Applications 2010 1:15

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  33. Content type: Original Paper

    E-mail spam has become an increasingly important problem with a big economic impact in society. Fortunately, there are different approaches allowing to automatically detect and remove most of those messages, a...

    Authors: Tiago A. Almeida, Jurandy Almeida and Akebo Yamakami

    Citation: Journal of Internet Services and Applications 2010 1:14

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  34. Content type: Special Issue: Middleware

    Temporal dependence, as a synonym for burstiness, is often found in workloads (i.e., arrival flows and/or service times) in enterprise systems that use the multi-tier paradigm. Despite the fact that burstiness...

    Authors: Ningfang Mi, Giuliano Casale, Ludmila Cherkasova and Evgenia Smirni

    Citation: Journal of Internet Services and Applications 2010 1:12

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  35. Content type: Special Issue: Middleware

    Data replication is a very relevant technique for improving performance, availability, and scalability. These are requirements of many applications such as multiplayer distributed games, cooperative software t...

    Authors: Luís Veiga, André Negrão, Nuno Santos and Paulo Ferreira

    Citation: Journal of Internet Services and Applications 2010 1:11

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  36. Content type: Special Issue: Middleware

    The innate dynamicity and complexity of mobile ad-hoc networks (MANETs) has resulted in numerous ad-hoc routing protocols being proposed. Furthermore, numerous variants and hybrids continue to be reported in t...

    Authors: Rajiv Ramdhany, Paul Grace, Geoff Coulson and David Hutchison

    Citation: Journal of Internet Services and Applications 2010 1:10

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  37. Content type: Original Paper

    Today the public key technology enjoys wide acceptance and use. Countless network protocols and applications use it to guarantee strong authentication and privacy. Usability and maintainability of this technol...

    Authors: Paul Rabinovich

    Citation: Journal of Internet Services and Applications 2010 1:9

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