Capturing and Using QoS Relationships to Improve Service Selection

@inproceedings{Herssens2008CapturingAU,
  title={Capturing and Using QoS Relationships to Improve Service Selection},
  author={Caroline Herssens and Ivan Jureta and St{\'e}phane Faulkner},
  booktitle={CAiSE},
  year={2008}
}
In a Service-Oriented System (SOS), service requesters specify tasks that need to be executed and the quality levels to meet, whereas service providers advertise their services' capabilities and the quality levels they can reach. Service selectors then match to the relevant tasks, the candidate services that can perform these tasks to the most desirable quality levels. One of the key problems in QoS-aware service selection lies in managing tradeoffs among QoS expectations at runtime, that is… CONTINUE READING

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