Thesis Topic Details

Topic ID:
1135
Title:
Service Oriented Architecture for e-Business Standards
Supervisor:
Liming Zhu
Research Area:
Associated Staff
Assessor:
Xiwei Xu
Topic Details
Status:
Active
Type:
R & D
Programs:
CS CE BIOM BINF SE
Group Suitable:
Yes
Industrial:
No
Pre-requisites:
strong programming skills required.
Description:
Recently, industry consortiums have been developing e-Business standards using XML and business process modeling. Such standards inevitably have to be mapped on to technology layers such as service-oriented and event-driven infrastructures. Deriving a flexible reference architecture and implementation from e-Business standards are not always straightforward. It involves multiple technical and not-technical factors and design trade-offs. This project will guide students to look into the state-of-art in e-Business standards, web service protocol stacks and service coordination mechanisms. Students will work with one of Australia's leading e-Business standardization body to solve real-world problems by inventing methods and implementing prototypes. The work will contribute to the standardization body directly. Students may also have the opportunity to do additional work, which will be qualified for "Industry Training" required by the school. Most of students who are involved in this project previously have been offered a job in the financial industry.

Students will work closely with researchers at National ICT Australia in a very friendly team environment. Suitable for students interested in software design, web services and industry-scale development. For more information, please email: Liming Zhu limingz@cse.unsw.edu.au. This topic will be also co-supervised by Prof. Ross Jeffery (http://www.cse.unsw.edu.au/db/staff/info/rossj.html).
Comments:
http://www.lixi.org.au
Past Student Reports
  Shu Lok WONG in s2, 2011
Service Oriented Architecture for e-Business Standards
 

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