Modeling the dynamics of web-based service and resource-oriented digital ecosystems
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The notion of digital species is broadened to include services and resources, special issues arise in modeling the dynamics and workflows with representations associated with these services and resources. To address these issues, this paper explores two different yet related approaches: the traditional BPEL-based workflow modeling approach and the Mashupbased Web approach. In this paper, we first demonstrate two examples of service-oriented and resource-oriented digital ecosystems on the Web. We then identify key issues pertinent to both types of DES. We discuss formal definition, specifications and issues of BPEL-based approach and Mashup-based modeling techniques with computational formalisms. Finally, we propose a hybrid approach to deal with modeling the dynamicsin processes associated with such Digital Ecosystems.
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