PiDuce- A project for experimenting web services technologies The PiDuce project comprises a programming language and a distributed runtime environment devised for experimenting Web services technologies by relying on solid theories about process calculi and formal languages for XML documents and schemas.The language features values and datatypes that extend XML documents and schemas with channels, an expressive type system with subtyping, a pattern matching mechanism for deconstructing XML values, and control constructs that are based on Milner’s asynchronous pi calculus. The runtime environment supports the execution of PiDuce processes over networks by relying on state-of-the-art technologies, such as XML schema and WSDL, thus enabling interoperability with existing Web services.We thoroughly describe the PiDuce project: the programming language and its semantics, the architecture of the distributed runtime and its implementation

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  7. Carpineti, Samuele; Laneve, Cosimo; Padovani, Luca: PiDuce- A project for experimenting web services technologies (2009)
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  9. Castagna, Giuseppe; de Nicola, Rocco; Varacca, Daniele: Semantic subtyping for the pi-calculus (2008)
  10. Gorla, Daniele: Comparing communication primitives via their relative expressive power (2008)
  11. Maffeis, Sergio; Gardner, Philippa: Behavioural equivalences for dynamic web data (2008)
  12. Ma, Qin; Maranget, Luc: Algebraic pattern matching in join calculus (2008)
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  14. Acciai, Lucia; Boreale, Michele; Dal Zilio, Silvano: A typed calculus for querying distributed XML documents (2007)
  15. Gardner, Philippa; Laneve, Cosimo; Wischik, Lucian: Linear forwarders (2007)
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