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SeCse Computing

More than just a suggestive acronym, Service Centric Systems Computing (SeCse) has garnered some impressive EU funding. Gerald Kotonya is the main player in Ian Sommerville's latest funding success. Just under £550,000 is to be directed his way for this work looking at ways to create methods, tools and techniques for system integrators and service providers to support the cost-effective development and use of dependable services and service-centric applications.

Wed 22 June 2005