Website and Application For convergence with MoLE initiatives

Abstract : The term Web 2.0 describes web-based applications such as social networking sites, wikis, and blogs that facilitate collaboration, creativity, and sharing among users. Web 2.0 applications are often enabled by reusing content from other web-based applications or web services. This trend is largely parallel to the principles of service-oriented architecture (SOA), which encourages integration and reuse of online services. In this paper, we discuss the possibility of convergence of Web 2.0 and SOA, which is illustrated by a multimodal social networking system built using web services. We also present the results of benchmarking experiments aimed to study the latency caused by web service composition and integration and its effects on the end-user experience.
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 ? Web services offer a standards-based solution to the problem of connecting producers and consumers of information over the Internet. ? One of the possible solutions addressing this problem is to leverage the capabilities of SOA by creating a specialized social network-oriented framework of web services that would help interconnect people and content in more meaningful ways. ? The distributed nature of SeeCCT architecture can lead to a problem where the invocation and integration of various web services can generate latency in the system that may be unacceptable to a user.
 • In this paper, we propose using flow as a fundamental notion underlying understanding of activities in Web Services. • This proposed flow model is a promising approach to software development in service-oriented applications. • Object-oriented analysis and design and UML-based diagrams are typically used in the software development process. • Web Services technology is based on the concept of service-oriented computing.
 ? Speech remains the most basic and the most efficient form of interpersonal communication, and facilitating voice communication remains the main function of even the simplest mobile phone. ? One of the main advantages of SOA is an ability to rapidly develop applications using loosely coupled and reusable services that are accessible via standardized interfaces used to hide the complexity of their implementation. ? We conducted a series of experiments to gauge the latency of the system’s interaction with the users using its speech interface, which reveal some possible ways for improving the system by taking advantage of a more aggressive caching or pre-fetching of audio data.

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