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Trust and reputation mechanisms offer a promising way to solve the web services selection problem. Currently, many researches on this topic focus on collecting, storing and aggregating feedbacks which can be execution data from monitoring web services or user ratings reported by service consumers for web services evaluation. However, besides considering the(More)
With more and more Web services available on the Internet, many approaches have been proposed to help users discover and select desired services. However, existing approaches heavily rely on the information in UDDI repositories or WSDL files, which is quite limited in fact. The limitation of information weakens the effectiveness of existing approaches. In(More)
In order to reuse software resources efficiently, developers need necessary quality guarantee on software resources. However, our investigation proved that most software resources on the Internet did not provide enough quality descriptions. In this paper, we propose an approach to help developers judge a software resource's quality based on comments. In our(More)
Selecting high quality services from available ones plays an important role in services composition. Trust and reputation mechanisms offer a promising way to solve the services selection problem. Current researches on this topic focus on gathering, storing and aggregating feedbacks which can be execution data by monitoring services or consumer ratings.(More)
—Reusing existing components can help developers improve the development productivity as well as reduce the cost. Reuse repositories in this scenario act as a fundamental facility for acquiring needed components. While retrieving components in reuse repositories, developers often face the problem of choosing components from candidates that provide similar(More)
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