acm - an acm publication
2006 - August
  • Service oriented architecture (SOA) a new paradigm to implement dynamic e-business solutions
    Software development has undergone various stages of paradigms - the very last one is called Object-Oriented (O-O) paradigm. Typical of this paradigm has been culminated by several OO programming languages such as C++, Java and VB. With the advent of Internetworking and evolvement of web technologies, business needs, especially isolated service requests/components, put a new demand on new software architecture. Existing models are examined in the light of their constraints and limitations to meet these constant changing business requirements. Service-oriented Architecture (SOA), as the next generation software architecture and through the utilization of the web service, XML and other related technologies provides viable working solution to implement dynamic e-business. This paper discusses SOA model and how it fits into implementing dynamic e-business solutions.
  • Mosquito attack optimization
    Ant Colony Optimization and Swarm Optimization are the classical areas of researches in the field of Computer Science. Computer Scientists are trying to map the Biological and Natural Solution with ...
  • New approach to designing GPRS location update function
    Wireless IP network has attracted significant interest due to their ability to support both voice and data transfer in mobile communication. One of the main issues concerning such network is ...