IEEE SCC 2021 - Technical Program

SCC Technical Program

Conference code: SCC

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Mon 9/6, 4:10 - 5:30 am - UTC time
Panel: New Forms of Service & New Approaches of Serviceology

We are in the midst of rapid advances in information technologies, e.g. A (Artificial Intelligence), B (Block Chain), C (Cloud Computing), D (Big Data), E&F (Edge Computing and Forge Computing), G (5G/6G), I (Internet of Things), and Q (Quantum Computing). This is spawning many new forms of services and has promoted the development of new approaches to produce these services. This joint panel of ICWS-SCC will explore the hyperconvergence of new technologies and how it is unleashing innovation in everything-as-a-service (XaaS) and service computing to meet the challenges of zero-trust architectures and service ecosystems. Additionally, the panel will highlight R&D challenges leading to recommendations for enhancing education of Serviceology. The themes of this panel include:

(1) New forms of services: There is an explosion of new services and service ecosystems that is transforming industries, driving digital economies and the next-generation internet. Examples include IoT Services, Edge Services, Cloud Native Services, and AI-driven Intelligent Services, Internet of Services, Big Services, etc. What service computing platforms are likely to enable these new forms of services?

(2) New approaches to produce services: The hyperconvergence of new technologies, ABCDEFG + IQ, are shaping the digital service platforms that drive social, technical, economic and industrial transformations. How will collaborative intelligence (Human + AI), Zero-Trust Cybersecure digital fabric, crowd sourcing and micro-services driven API economy drive the evolution of infrastructure, platform and software as-a-service?

(3) New education program of serviceology: Serviceology is a trans-disciplinary scientific foundation for modern digital services and social-technical ecosystems. Education on service science and engineering, or serviceology, is developing for the future modern service industry and service-oriented economy. How should Serviceology pedagogy, practice and the advancement of service computing to bridge Business and IT keep pace with the technology and service innovations?

Panel Chairs:
Kumar Bhaskaran, IBM Research, T.J. Watson Research Center

Kumar Bhaskaran is an innovation and technology scouting leader for IBM. His current areas of focus are in Hybrid Cloud Computing Platforms and Services, Open Innovation in Financial Services and FinTech Ecosystems. Prior to that he was the global leader for Governance of Scicne and Technology and Financial Services Research. He has 30+ years of experience in leading R&D teams world-wide. As the Head of Research in Singapore and the Chief Research Strategist for IBM in the Growth Markets he was responsible for creating the first public-private partnership on Blockchain innovations. He has a PhD from Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute. He is a general chair of the 2020 IEEE International Conference on Services Computing and the honorary general chair of IEEE Symposium on Future of Financial Services. More details on Kumar can be seen here

Xiaofei Xu, Harbin Institute of Technology

Xiaofei Xu has been a professor of computer science at Harbin Institute of Technology (HIT) since 1993. He is currently the vice president of Harbin Institute of Technology, and the president of HIT, Weihai campus. He received his Ph.D. Degree in HIT in 1988. His research interests include service computing and service engineering, enterprise computing and enterprise interoperability, software engineering, databases and data mining. He is the author/co-author of more than 300 journal/conference papers, and seven books. He has supervised more than 30 Ph.D. in computer science. He is a fellow and board-member of China Computer Federation (CCF), vice director of the Steering Committee of Higher Education on Software Engineering of China, and vice chair of China association of MOOC on computer education. He is also the leader of the expert group of University-Industry Co-education Program of China Ministry of Education. He was the chair of the Technical Committee on Service Computing of CCF. He is involved in the editorial boards of ten journals. He has been chair/co-chair of conferences, program committees in more than twenty international conferences, including IEEE ICWS, SCC, ICSS, IESA, CEISEE. He received IEEE TCSVC Outstanding Leadership Award in 2019 and is a general co-chair of IEEE ICWS 2021.ittee. He is a fellow in both the IEEE and the Association for the Advancement of Artificial Intelligence.

Rong N. Chang, IBM Research, T.J. Watson Research Center

Rong N. Chang is with IBM Research, T.J. Watson Research Center. He is a member of IBM Academy of Technology and chair of IBM Research Services PIC (Professional Interest Community). He is leading an in-market R&D effort in creating an API-based enterprise microservices fabric for intelligent discovery accelerator platforms. He received his Ph.D. degree in computer science & engineering from the University of Michigan at Ann Arbor in 1990. He has received seven IBM corporate-level Outstanding Technical Achievement Awards, held 30+ patents, and published 50+ refereed technical papers in the areas of enterprise services computing. He is chair of IEEE Technical Committee on Services Computing, associate editor-in-chief of the IEEE Transactions on Services Computing, and a distinguished member of ACM. He is a steering committee member of IEEE World Congress on Services (SERVICES) and an advisory committee member of CCF Technical Committee on Service Computing. He is general co-chair of 2021 IEEE SERVICES.

Athman Bouguettaya, University of Sydney

Athman Bouguettaya received his PhD in Computer Science from the University of Colorado at Boulder in the US in 1992. Before joining the University of Sydney as Professor and Head of the School of Computer Science in 2016, he was Professor and Head of the School of Computer Science and IT at RMIT University in Melbourne. Prior to this he was Science Leader in Service Computing at the CSIRO ICT Centre (now DATA61) in Canberra, and a tenured faculty member and program director in the Computer Science department at Virginia Polytechnic Institute and State University (Virginia Tech) in the US. He is an ACM Distinguished Scientist, an ACM Distinguished Speaker, a Fellow of the IEEE and a member of the IEEE Fellow Nomination Committee. He is a founding member and past president of the Service Science Society. He has published more than 220 books, book chapters, journal articles and conference papers in the area of databases and service computing.

Schahram Dustdar, TU Wien

Schahram Dustdar is Full Professor of Computer Science heading the Research Division of Distributed Systems at the TU Wien, Austria. He has an H-index of 80 with some 36,000 citations. He holds several honorary positions: University of California (USC) Los Angeles; Monash University in Melbourne, Shanghai University, Macquarie University in Sydney, University Pompeu Fabra, Barcelona, Spain. He is founding co-Editor-in-Chief of ACM Transactions on Internet of Things (ACM TIoT) as well as Editor-in-Chief of Computing (Springer). He is an Associate Editor of IEEE Transactions on Services Computing, IEEE Transactions on Cloud Computing, ACM Computing Surveys, ACM Transactions on the Web, and ACM Transactions on Internet Technology, as well as on the editorial board of IEEE Internet Computing and IEEE Computer. He is recipient of multiple awards: IEEE TCSVC Outstanding Leadership Award (2018), IEEE TCSC Award for Excellence in Scalable Computing (2019), ACM Distinguished Scientist (2009), ACM Distinguished Speaker (2021), IBM Faculty Award (2012). He is an elected member of the Academia Europaea: The Academy of Europe, where he is chairman of the Informatics Section, as well as an IEEE Fellow (2016) and an Asia-Pacific Artificial Intelligence Association (AAIA) Fellow (2021).

Feng Zhiyong, Tianjin University

Feng Zhiyong received a doctorate from Tianjin University in 1996. He is the professor of the College of Intelligence and Computing of Tianjin University, the distinguished member of China Computer Society, member of the 10th and 11th sessions of the Council of China computer society, vice chairman of the Professional Committee for service computing of China computer society, the first chairman of ACM China Tianjin Branch, the general co-chair of ICWS 2020, and editorial board member of computer research and development. He also is the chief scientist of national key R & D projects of China. His main research fields focus on service computing and knowledge engineering. He has published more than 200 academic papers on AAAI, IJCAI, CVPR, WWW, ICWS, ICSOC, TSC, etc.

Date/Time Session Session Chair Presentation
Mon 9/6

15:00 - 16:20 pm
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Serviceology & Foundations of Services Computing
Leila Bhari
KTH Royal Institute of Technology
Regulation-as-a-Service: Model Checking for Decision-Making Behaviors in Price-Sensitive Service Systems
Sixuan Dang and Sheng Cao

Clams: A Cloud Application Modeling Solution
Otto Bibartiu, Frank Dürr and Kurt Rothermel

DCrowd: A Decentralized Service Model for Credible Crowdsourcing based on Game Theory and Smart Contracts
Huajian Wang, Huan Zhou, Guogui Yang and Tao Xiao
Mon 9/6

16:30 - 17:50 pm
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Serviceology & Foundations of Services Computing
Barbara Carminati
University of Insubria Via Mazzini
Word Embedding-based Web Service Representations for Classification and Clustering
Xiangping Zhang, Jianxun Liu, Min Shi and Buqing Cao

Challenges and Opportunities in Space Service Computing
Yan Guo and Shangguang Wang

P-DecSerFlow: A Conceptual Framework to Model Services Interactions for Standardized Service Oriented Architecture
Malik Khalfallah and Parisa Ghodous
Mon 9/6

18:10 - 19:30 pm
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Serviceology & Foundations of Services Computing
Barbara Carminati
University of Insubria Via Mazzini
Relaxing the Sky: Handling Hard User Constraints in Skyline Service Selection
Karim Benouaret, Sayda Elmi and Kian-Lee Tan

Modeling Multi-Attribute and Implicit Relationship Factors for Collaborative Filtering Recommender System
Hanwen Zhang, Wei Zhou, Junhao Wen, Jun Zeng and Min Gao

Towards Representing Time-Cost Tradeoffs for Service Compositions
Franziska Hollauf, Marco Franceschetti and Johann Eder
Tues 9/7

1:00 - 2:20 am
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Scientific Workflows & Business Process Integration & Management
Honghao Gao
Shanghai University
Analyzing GDPR compliance in Cloud Services' privacy policies using Textual Fuzzy Interpretive Structural Modeling (TFISM)
Ronak Razavisousan and Karuna P. Joshi

DCAB: An Effective Data Collection and Analysis Service for Blockchain
Jian Yang, Zhihui Lu, Rui Xu, Jie Wu, Xiaohua Xuan and Jie Cheng

Deep Reinforcement Learning for Dynamic Workflow Scheduling in Cloud Environment
Tingting Dong, Fei Xue, Chuangbai Xiao and Jiangjiang Zhang
Tues 9/7

2:30 - 3:50 am
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Scientific Workflows & Business Process Integration & Management
Honghao Gao
Shanghai University
Definition and Induction of a Specification Order Relation between Capabilities
Imen Jerbi and Sami Bhiri

Constructing a Creative Software with Services
Faisal Fahmi, Pei-Shu Huang, Feng-Jian Wang and Hongji Yang

Toward an Enterprise-ready Composable Infrastructure as a Service
Lorraine Herger, Kaoutar El Maghraoui, I-Hsin Chung, Chekuri Choudary, Kim Tran and Todd Deshane
Tues 9/7

4:10 - 5:30 am
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Service QoS, Lifecycle Management, & DevOps
Zhengze Xiang
Zhejiang University
Ensemble Learning-based Fake News and Disinformation Detection System
Lumbardha Hasimi and Aneta Poniszewska-Maranda

A Constraint-aware Ridesharing Service Guaranteeing Quality-of-Service for Smart Cities
Yueshen Xu, Yuqiao Liao, Jianbin Huang and Ying Li

A Hybrid Approach to News Recommendation Based on Knowledge Graph and Long Short-Term User Preferences
Yumin Sun, Fangzhou Yi, Cheng Zeng, Bing Li, Peng He, Jinxia Qiao and Yinghui Zhou
Tues 9/7

18:50 - 20:10 pm
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Service QoS, Lifecycle Management, & DevOps
Wei Tan
EPF4M: An Evolution-Oriented Programming Framework for Microservices
Teng Wang, Xiang He, Hanchuan Xu, Zhiying Tu and Zhongjie Wang

Dual-Target Cross-Domain Bundle Recommendation
Tao Zhang, Yani Han, Xuewen Dong, Yang Xu and Yulong Shen

Dialogue-based Continuous Update of User Portraits
Min Liu, Zhiying Tu, Xiaofei Xu and Zhongjie Wang
Tues 9/7

20:20 - 21:40 pm
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Service QoS, Lifecycle Management, & DevOps
Anna C. Squicciarini, Pennsylvania State University SCC_REG_063
Security Certification Scheme for Content-centric Networks
Marco Anisetti, Claudio Ardagna, Filippo Berto and Ernesto Damiani

A Resilient Fog-IoT Framework for Seamless Microservice Execution
Md Whaiduzzaman, Alistair Barros, Ahmedur Rahman Shovon, Md Razon Hossain and Colin Fidge
Wed 9/8

1:00 - 2:20 am
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SCC 10
AI@Scale in Services Computing and Human-Centered Service
Ao Zhou
Task Offloading and Resource Allocation for Container-enabled Mobile Edge Computing
Ao Zhou, Sisi Li and Shangguang Wang

A Text Mining based Method for Policy Recommendation
Zhang Tong, Liu Mingyi, Ma Chao, Tu Zhiying and Wang Zhongjie

Distributed Service Placement and Workload Orchestration in a Multi-access Edge Computing Environment
Hadi Tabatabaee Malazi and Siobhan Clarke
Wed 9/8

2:30 - 3:50 am
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SCC 11
Invited Papers
Guobing Zou
Shanghai University
Edge Intelligence as a Service
Philipp Raith and Schahram Dustdar

Service Ecosystem: A Lens of Smart Digital Society
Xiao Xue, Zhiyong Feng, Shizhan Chen, Zhangbing Zhou, Chengzhi Qin, Bing Li, Zhongjie Wang, Shufang Wang, Hongyue Wu, Lu Zhang and Yufang Zhang

Distributed Service Composition in Internet of Services
Xiaofei Xu, Xiao Wang, Hanchuan Xu and Zhongjie Wang
Wed 9/8

4:10 - 5:30 am
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SCC 12
Future of Financial Services
Hongyue Wu
Zhejiang University
Code Will Speak: Early detection of Ponzi Smart Contracts on Ethereum
Yanmei Zhang, Siqian Kang, Wei Dai and Shiping Chen

Dynamic Transaction Storage Strategies for a Sustainable Blockchain
Xiongfei Zhao and Yain-Whar Si
Wed 9/8

5:40 - 7:00 am
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SCC 13
Industrial Internet
Xiao Xue
Tianjin University
An SRAM Optimized Approach for Constant Memory Consumption and Ultra-fast Execution of ML Classifiers on TinyML Hardware
Bharath Sudharsan

Remote Attestation as a Service for Edge-Enabled IoT
Miguel Calvo and Marta Beltran

Toward Mobile Application of Cyber Argumentation with Social Networking
Bhargav Thota, Xiaoqing Liu and Md Mahfuzer Rahman

Adaptive Alternating Stochastic Gradient Descent Algorithms for Large-Scale Latent Factor Analysis
Wen Qin, Xin Luo and Mengchu Zhou
Wed 9/8

16:30 - 17:50 pm
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SCC 14
Industrial Internet
Leila Bhari
A Framework for enabling Cyber Twins-based Industry 4.0 Application Development
Dinithi Bamunuarachchi, Dimitrios Georgakopoulos, Prem Prakash Jayaraman and Abhik Banerjee

On Analysis of Security and Elasticity Dependency in IIoT Platform Services
Rohit Raj and Hong-Linh Truong
Wed 9/8, 19:40 - 21:00 pm - UTC time
SCC 15
Panel: Industry 4.0 & Lean Operations

The phrase “fourth industrial revolution” (i.e., Industry 4.0) was introduced a decade ago and has been enthusiastically explored thereafter in both academia and industry. Although there are challenges on data readiness, technologies such as the internet of things, cloud computing, cognitive computing, and cyber-physical systems have been progressing over the years.

While new technology opens up new opportunities, the majority of pioneer companies were challenged with questions like “what’s the return on investment?” and “when?”

The history of industrialization has shown that every revolution is driven by for-profit companies. For Industry 4.0, despite some pioneer companies persevering for further investment, sustainment of the momentum entails a strong value-generating process.

In this panel discussion, four industry experts are invited to discuss their insights on Industry 4.0 and Lean operations. The following questions are to be initially addressed in the discussion:
  • What does Industry 4.0 mean to you and your business?
  • What were the Industry 4.0 challenges you experienced? What’s the future like?
  • What are different Industry 4.0 opportunities and challenges across industries?
  • What’s fundamental lean thinking? How could industry 4.0 initiatives be integrated into an organization’s business operations to bring benefit and, in turn, speed up the industrial revolution?
Moderator: Haixia (Suzy) Wang, MIT Lincoln Laboratory

Dr. Haixia (Suzy) Wang is the Senior Staff on Manufacturing Excellence for MIT Lincoln Laboratory, an advanced technology provider with over $1B annual funding to meet critical national security needs. In this position, Suzy is leading lean transformation for manufacturing, supply chain, and development process of new products. Prior to MIT Lincoln Laboratory, Suzy was a Senior Digital and Lean Operations Manager at GE Aviation for 3 years, where she led digital transformation and later Aviation Operating System transformation for the military engine business. Prior to that, she was a Senior Manufacturing Engineering Manager at GE Transportation for 3 years on product digital thread development and implementation. Prior to GE, she worked in Caterpillar for 6 years, where she held various positions with increasing responsibilities, focusing on manufacturing readiness for new product introduction. Prior to Caterpillar, Suzy was a senior scientist and assistant director of the NSF Industry/University Cooperative Center for Intelligent Maintenance Systems, where she led industry/university collaborations of three universities with over three dozen of companies in the development of prognostics, machine health management, and industrial AI. Suzy has a PhD in Industrial Engineering from the University of Wisconsin at Madison. She received the “STEP Ahead Award” by the Manufacturing Institute of the United States in 2019.

Mark T. Maybury, CTO, Stanley Black & Decker

MARK MAYBURY is Stanley Black & Decker’s first Chief Technology Officer. In this position, Mark manages a team across the company's businesses and functions and advises on technological threats and opportunities, as well as provides access to all elements of the global technology ecosystem. Prior to joining Stanley Black & Decker, Mark spent 27 years at The MITRE Corporation, where he held a variety of strategic technology roles. Most recently he served as Vice President of Intelligence Portfolios and prior to that was MITRE's Vice President and Chief Security Officer and Director of the National Cybersecurity Federally Funded Research and Development Center (FFRDC). Before joining MITRE, Mark served as a U.S. Air Force officer. He later returned to the Air Force as Chief Scientist from 2010 to 2013 where he advised the Chief of Staff and Secretary of the Air Force on a wide range of scientific and technical issues. He is currently a board member on the Defense Science Board, Mark Twain House and Museum Board and the Connecticut Science Center Board and previously served on multiple years of service on the Air Force Scientific Advisory Board and the Homeland Security Science and Technology Advisory committee. He is a fellow in both the IEEE and the Association for the Advancement of Artificial Intelligence.

Pamela Wiseman, VP Supply Chain Operations, Baylor Scott & White

PAMELA WISEMAN is Vice President Supply Chain Operations, for Baylor Scott & White (BSWH), a $10B Healthcare System in Texas. Pam oversees Supply Chain Performance Management, Project Management, Systems/Data, Inventory, Strategic Communications and Customer Service supporting 27 hospitals. Pam relocated to Texas to shape the transformation of healthcare supply chain. Prior to BSWH, Pam was Executive Leader of Global Materials for GE Transportation. Prior to GE Pam was Senior Director of Supply Chain with Medtronic leading supply chain strategies across global manufacturing and distribution. With over 20 years’ experience in Aerospace, Electronics, Industrial Automation and Medical Devices, Pam has traveled to 24 countries. In the past, Pam served as Vice President of Operations for LeCroy Corporation and Executive Director of Global Raw Materials at United Technologies. Prior to that, she held manufacturing and supply chain leadership positions at Universal Instruments, Sikorsky Aircraft and R&D positions at the MITRE Corporation and AT&T Bell Laboratories. Pam has a Geology/Physics Mathematics ScB from Brown University, an MSEE from the University of Rhode Island and an MBA from the University of Chicago. Pam is a member of the STEM Advisory Board for NTX Girl Scouts and Supply Chain Advisory Boards of Baylor University and UT Dallas.

Wesley Mukai, Chief Software Architect for Rockwell Automation, Software & Controls

WESLEY MUKAI, is the Chief Software Architect for Rockwell Automation, Software and Controls. He is responsible for the technical software vision and strategy of Rockwell Automation and directs cross-business and cross-region teams to develop platform, systems, and solutions. Prior to Rockwell Automation, Wes served as CTO, GE Transportation Digital Solutions, where he led GET’s digital technology and software vision, strategy and architecture. He was also responsible for leading UX, platform and cloud engineering and operations. Prior to GE, Wes was Vice President, HANA Cloud Computing, at SAP, where he was responsible for architecting and building the largest HANA system in the world and the foundation for the HANA Enterprise Cloud. Wesley brings a wealth of experience in the high-tech industry across the networking, computing hardware, telecommunications, and software industries. He has held various senior management positions at Cisco Systems, Infogear Technologies, and PwC and currently serves as a board advisor for MSRcosmos. Wesley has a B.S. in Industrial Engineering from Stanford University, and an M.B.A. from Harvard Business School.

Mark C. DeLuzio, Pioneer of Danaher Business System; Founder of Lean Horizons Consulting

Mark DeLuzio is Founder and Chief Executive Officer of Lean Horizons Consulting, LLC ( He is a former Corporate Officer and Vice President of Danaher Business System (DBS) for Danaher Corporation (NYSE: DHR), where he was the principal architect of DBS. Mark was selected by Danaher to be on the first study mission to Japan, studying under the original developers of the Toyota Production System. DBS has been credited by Wall Street as a key element to Danaher’s success. Mark is also credited with developing the first Lean Accounting process in the United States for Danaher’s Jake Brake Division, where he served as their CFO. Mark was inducted as a Life Member of the Shingo Prize Academy (Lean Hall of Fame) for his lifetime contribution to “Excellence in Manufacturing.” Mark holds two undergraduate degrees in business (Marketing and Accounting) from Central Connecticut State University, and an MBA in Operations Management from the University of Hartford. He holds a Certificate in Production and Inventory Management (CPIM) and is a Certified Management Accountant (CMA). Mark is the author of two books, “Turn Waste into Wealth,” and “Flatlined – Why Lean Transformations Fail and What to do About It.”

Date/Time Session Session Chair Presentation
Thurs 9/9

4:10 - 5:30 am
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SCC 16
Honghao Gao
Shanghai University
Sliceable Monolith: Monolith First, Microservices Later
Fabrizio Montesi, Marco Peressotti and Valentino Picotti

Smart Journey Mining for Improved Service Quality
Ragnhild Halvorsrud, Felix Mannhardt, Einar Broch Johnsen and S. Lizeth Tapia Tarifa
Thurs 9/9

19:40 - 21:00 pm
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SCC 17
Short Papers
Barbara Carminati
University of Insubria Via Mazzini
Formal Modeling and Verification of Property-based Resource Consumption Cycles
Rania Ben Halima, Kais Klai, Mohamed Sellami and Zakaria Maamar

A SOAF model extension for incorporating user feedback and preference to improve social service discovery

Amal Hafsi, Youssef Gamha, Cheyma Ben Njima and Lotfi Ben Romdhane

A constraint satisfaction service composition method supporting one to many task pattern
Weijie Chu, Yuxuan Wang, Tong Mo and Weiping Li
Fri 9/10

1:00 - 2:20 am
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SCC 18
Short Papers
Qiang He
Swinburne University of Technology
Context-aware Artificial Internet-of-Things Application Deployment in Edge-Cloud Systems
Zengwei Zheng, Yuhang Zheng, Dongjing Wang, Hailiang Zhao, Cheng Zhang and Zhengzhe Xiang

Scaling up Mobile Service Selection in Edge Computing Environment with Cuckoo Optimization Algorithm
Ming Zhu, Feilong Yu, Xiukun Yan, Jing Li and Yaoting Wang

ATeDLW: Intelligent Detection of Abnormal Trajectory in Ship Data Service System
Tao Zhang, Shuai Zhao, Bo Cheng and Junliang Chen
Fri 9/10

2:30 - 3:50 am
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SCC 19
Short Papers
Qiang He
Swinburne University of Technology
Hire me fairly:Towards dynamic resource-binding with smart contracts
Tiphaine Henry, Nassim Laga, Julien Hatin, Roman Beck and Walid Gaaloul

An Accountability-Oriented Generation approach to Time-Varying Structure of Cloud Service
Xiaojian Li, Jing Chen, Yiyi Jiang, Hangping Hu and Haopeng Yang

Evaluation of API Request Bundling and its impact on Performance of Microservice Architectures
Amine El Malki and Uwe Zdun
Fri 9/10

4:10 - 5:30 am
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SCC 20
Short Papers
Shiping Chen
Semi-automated Modelling of Optimized BPMN Processes
Ylies Falcone, Gwen Salaun and Ahang Zuo

Enabling Cross-Jurisdiction Digital Asset Transfer
Rafael Belchior, André Vasconcelos, Miguel Correia and Thomas Hardjono

SRAUT: Service Resource Availability analysis method with User Tolerance concern
Kaiqi Zhang, Zhiying Tu, Dianhui Chu and Chunshan Li
Fri 9/10

5:40 - 7:00 am
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SCC 21
Short Papers
Jun Shen
University of Wollongon
Cloud as platform for monetizing complementary data for AI-driven services: A two-sided cooperative game
Ahmed Saleh Bataineh, Jamal Bentahar, Omar Abdel Wahab, Rabeb Mizouni and Gaith Rjoub

Multi-objective Sparrow Search Optimization for Task Scheduling in Fog-Cloud-Blockchain Systems
Thieu Nguyen, Thang Nguyen, Quoc-Hien Vu, Thi Thanh Binh Huynh and Binh Minh Nguyen