Towards style-oriented SOA design
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Architecting service-oriented application is a complex design activity. It involves making trade-offs among a number of interdependent design choices, which are drawn from a range of concerns by various software stakeholders. In order to achieve reliable and efficient SOA design, we believe a rigorous study of architectural style is important. Hence this paper aims at providing a formative survey of existing web services architecture styles extracted both from the academic research projects and industry practices.
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