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Semantic Interoperability of Ambient Intelligent Medical Devices and e-Health Systems

von Dr. Safdar Ali

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Loosely Coupled

Unlike traditional application designs, which depend upon a tight interconnection of all program elements, Web Services are loosely coupled. Loose-coupling means that each service exists independently of the other services that make up the application. This allows individual pieces of the application to be modified without impacting unrelated areas. As a critical requirement for Service Oriented Architecture (SOA) design, loose-coupling is to be provided by Web Services through established standards that define services and how they interoperate.

Enables Service-Oriented Architectures

Web Services represent the convergence between the service-based development of applications and the Web. In the SOA model, the business processes that make up an application are separated into independent, easily distributed components known as services. These services interoperate across processes and machines to create a complete solution for a business problem. This loose-coupling allows for easy changes to the application by inserting new and revised services into the application without having modifying the unrelated services.

Ease of Integration

Unlike other methods of integration, Web Services are becoming widely adopted across the entire software industry. This broad industry adoption helps alleviate companies fears of proprietary technologies that may lock them in for the future. The standards surrounding Web Services are human-readable and publicly available, allowing a developer to view exactly what is happening in the system. Most often, integration between business partners is as easy as agreeing to a standard format for exchange of information defined in XML and WSDL.

Easily Accessible

Finally, Web Services are distributed over the Internet. Web Services make use of existing ubiquitous transport protocols like HTTP, leveraging existing infrastructure and allowing information to be requested and received in real time. Current IT infrastructure for addressing, security and performance can also be applied to Web Services applications.

Some of the benefits to web services include:

“Loosely Coupled

Unlike traditional application designs, which depend upon a tight interconnection of all program elements, Web services are loosely coupled. Loose coupling means that each service exists independently of the other services that make up the application. This allows individual pieces of the application to be modified without impacting unrelated areas. A critical requirement for SOA design, loose-coupling is ably provided by Web services through established standards that define services and how they interoperate.

Enables Service-Oriented Architectures

Web services represent the convergence between the service-based development of applications and the Web. In the SOA model, the business processes that make up an application are separated into independent, easily distributed components known as services. These processes interoperate across processes and machines to create a complete solution for a business problem. This loose coupling allows for easy changes to the application by inserting new and revised services into the application without having to modify the unrelated services.

Ease of Integration

Unlike other methods of integration, Web services are becoming widely adopted across the entire software industry. This broad industry adoption helps alleviate companies’ fears of proprietary technologies that may “lock” them in for the future. The standards surrounding Web services are human-readable and publicly available, allowing a developer to view exactly what is happening in the system. Most often, integration between business partners is as easy as agreeing to a standard format for exchange of information defined in XML and WSDL. [...]

Easily Accessible

Finally, Web services are distributed over the Internet. Web services make use of existing, ubiquitous transport protocols like HTTP, leveraging existing infrastructure and allowing information to be requested and received in real time. Current IT infrastructure for addressing, security and performance can be applied to Web services applications as well.”(RougeWave Software)


RougeWave Software. “An Introduction to Web Services” 3 Apr. 2005 www.roguewave.com

Anmerkungen

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"In this section, we discuss the key benefits of the Web Services to enlighten the reasons of their wide adoption in the industry [32].


[32] ARMUS Corporation, Introduction to Web Services"

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