A Lightweight Approach for QoS – Aware Service Composition

  title={A Lightweight Approach for QoS – Aware Service Composition},
  author={Gerardo Canfora and Raffaele Esposito and Maria Luisa Villani},
One of the most challenging issues of service–centric software engineering is the QoS–aware composition of services. The aim is to search for the optimal set of services that, composed to create a new service, result in the best QoS, under the user or service designer constraints. During service execution, re-planning such a composition may be needed whenever deviations from the QoS estimates occur. Both QoS–aware composition and re-planning may need to be performed in a short time, especially… CONTINUE READING
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