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Workshop on Business Services Networks (BSN)

From: Gagnon, Stephane <gagnon@ADM.NJIT.EDU>
Date: Wed, 5 Jan 2005 23:57:02 -0500
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Please join us in Hong Kong on March 29th, 2005 for the IEEE EEE05
International Workshop on Business Services Networks (BSN) -


Business Services Networks (BSN's) provide infrastructure where Web
Services can be securely published, reused, and invoked based on Service
Oriented Architecture (SOA) standards. They allow vendors to sell their
software as a service and offer business users a secure network to
compose complex business processes. BSN's extend the Enterprise Service
Bus (ESB) of each network participant by providing reliable Business to
Business (B2B) transaction management and Service Level Agreements


We invite readers of the W3C Semantic Web mailing list to submit a paper
for this workshop. We are particularly interested in hearing about how
BSN's can properly integrate emerging standards into their architecture.
We also welcome industry case studies about implementing the SOA using
BSN's or other forms of On Demand software providers. Please see our CFP
for details on using our online submission site.


Thanks for your attention and looking forward to reading your papers.


Best Regards,





Stephane Gagnon, Ph.D.

Assistant Professor

School of Management

New Jersey Institute of Technology

Central Avenue Building, 3rd Floor

Newark, NJ 07102-1982

Office: 973-596-8569

Fax: 973-596-3074

Email: gagnon@njit.edu <mailto:gagnon@njit.edu> 

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