2010 Second International Conference on Information Technology and Computer Science 2010
DOI: 10.1109/itcs.2010.114
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Abstract: Research in the basic principles of service granularity identified under the SOA framework and proposed to decompose services into three types these are basic services, synthesis services and composite services. It is proposed to decompose basic services from the functional modules (which can be seen as a synthesis service), and then designed components and business objects based on the basic service, re-engineering composite services and services design ideas, last, given the specific application of functiona… Show more

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“…Hong Ying et al [10] determined the principles of service granularity (i.e reusability, flexibility, performance and usability).Based on above principles they decomposed the services into three types, namely basic services, synthesis services and composite services. Afterwards, they presented an idea of service design that embodies the idea of top-down SOA design methodology.…”
Section: What Is Optimum Service Granularity?mentioning
confidence: 99%
“…Hong Ying et al [10] determined the principles of service granularity (i.e reusability, flexibility, performance and usability).Based on above principles they decomposed the services into three types, namely basic services, synthesis services and composite services. Afterwards, they presented an idea of service design that embodies the idea of top-down SOA design methodology.…”
Section: What Is Optimum Service Granularity?mentioning
confidence: 99%