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Service Oriented Computing and Applications

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03-09-2019 | Special Issue Paper

Protocol to efficiently prevent illegal flow of objects in P2P type of publish/subscribe (PS) systems

In a P2PPS (P2P (peer-to-peer) type of topic-based PS (publish/subscribe)) model, each peer exchanges event messages including objects to target peers with no centralized coordinator where the objects are held as replicas by the target peers.

30-08-2019 | Special Issue paper

Internet financial interest rate risk measure based on genetic rough set reduction

Improving the accuracy of interest rate risk measure is an effective means of early warning of interest rate risks. Based on the analysis of the drives and effects of interest rate on Internet finance, interest rate risks are identified, and 15 …

22-08-2019 | Special Issue Paper

Energy- and locality-efficient multi-job scheduling based on MapReduce for heterogeneous datacenter

Job scheduling of MapReduce is a research hot spot, especially on the heterogeneous datacenter. Huge energy consumption and operating costs are key challenges. Most of the previous work only considers the scheduling optimization of a single job.


Hydrological stream data pipeline framework based on IoTDB

With the increasing amount of hydrological data in Chuhe river basin, the traditional relational database has been unable to meet the needs of users, which not only makes it difficult to achieve low latency and high throughput in the real-time …

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The aim of Service-Oriented Computing & Applications is to publish original and high quality research results on the service-oriented computing (SOC) paradigm, models and technologies that have significant contributions to the advancement of service oriented systems and their applications.

The journal focuses on the issues and research results related to the development of service-oriented technology, including service infrastructures, theoretical foundations and their applications and experiences in service-oriented computing. Topics covered by the journal include, but are not limited to, the following subjects as they relate to service-oriented computing and applications: Service-Oriented Architecture, Service-Oriented Software Engineering, System Technology, Business Services and Technology, Service-Oriented Semantic Computing, Cloud Services, Big Data as a Service, Internet of Services, and Service-Oriented Applications.

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