The Component of Knowledge Representation of ARMISCOM for the Self-healing in Web Services Composition

  • Juan Vizcarrondo Universidad de los Andes
  • Jose Aguilar Universidad de los Andes
  • Ernesto Exposito Universidad Centro-occidental Lisandro Alvarado
  • Audine Subias Paul Sabatier University
Keywords: Web service fault tolerance, service composition, fault-repair ontology, Distributed Pattern Recognition, Reflective middleware

Abstract

A previous work has proposed a reflective middleware Architecture for the management of service-oriented applications. Our middleware is designed to be fully distributed through all services of the SOA Application. The architecture uses the model of Autonomic Computing which allow the adaptation of our system, in order to self-healing. Particularly, one of the main aspects of this architecture is the representation of the knowledge. Our architecture uses different paradigms for the representation of the knowledge. For the diagnosis task, it uses chronicles, and for the reparation task it uses ontologies. In this paper, we present the knowledge representation framework, which represents the knowledge needed to perform the different operations of the middleware. Specifically, we design a distributed knowledge based on distributed chronicles, ontologies and other data structures.

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Author Biographies

Juan Vizcarrondo, Universidad de los Andes
Juan Vizcarrondo is System Engineer, and obtained a Msc in Computer Science at the Universidad de los Andes, Mérida-Venezuela, and a PhD in Computer Science at the Universidad de los Andes. He works at the Cenditel since 2007.
Jose Aguilar, Universidad de los Andes
Jose Aguilar is a System Engineer graduated in 1987 from the Universidad de los Andes, Merida, Venezuela. M. Sc. degree in Computer Sciences in 1991 from the University Paul Sabatier-Toulouse-France. Ph. D degree in Computer Sciences in 1995 from the University Rene Descartes-Paris-France.. He completed post-doctorate studies at the University of Houston, researcher at the Microcomputer and Distributed Systems Center (CEMISID) at the same university. Member of the Mérida Science Academy and the International Technical Committee of the IEEE-CIS on Artificial Neural Network.
Ernesto Exposito, Universidad Centro-occidental Lisandro Alvarado
Ernesto Exposito earned his engineer degree in computer science from the "Universidad Centro-occidental Lisandro Alvarado" (Venezuela, 1994). He earned his PhD in “Informatique et Télécommunications” from the Institut National Polytechnique de Toulouse (France, 2003). He is Professor in computer sciences at the Institut National des Sciences Appliquées (INSA) of Toulouse.
Audine Subias, Paul Sabatier University
Audine Subias received a PhD degree in 1995 and a M.S.degree in 1992 in Informatique Industrielle, both from Paul Sabatier University, in Toulouse, France. Since 1997 she is Associate Professor in control and discrete event systems at the Institut National des Sciences Appliquées (INSA) of Toulouse.
Published
2016-11-18
Section
Research Articles for the Regular Issue