A Web Services Matchmaking Engine for Web Services

@inproceedings{Facciorusso2003AWS,
  title={A Web Services Matchmaking Engine for Web Services},
  author={Christian Facciorusso and Simon Field and Rainer Hauser and Yigal Hoffner and Robert Humbel and Ren{\'e} Pawlitzek and Walid Rjaibi and Christine Siminitz},
  booktitle={EC-Web},
  year={2003}
}
This paper concentrates on the issue of matchmaking in the context of web services. It provides a brief review of the difference between directory services and matchmaking facilities and explains why directories such as UDDI are important but insufficient for web services and need to be complemented with advanced matchmaking facilities. It discusses the requirements that web services place on matchmaking, namely symmetry of information exchange, the ability of each party to specify requirements… CONTINUE READING
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