• Computer Science
  • Published 2005

Cooperative Model-Based Diagnosis of Web Services

@inproceedings{Ardissono2005CooperativeMD,
  title={Cooperative Model-Based Diagnosis of Web Services},
  author={Liliana Ardissono and Luca Console and Annamaria Goy and Giovanna Petrone and Claudia Picardi and Marino Segnan and Daniele Theseider Dupr{\'e}},
  year={2005}
}
Distributed software systems would benefit from autonomous fault management capabilities, but current practice is only based on handling exceptions without attempts at identifying causes for them. This paper is a step toward Web Services with autonomous diagnostic capabilities. It provides a novel context of application for modelbased diagnosis, a context which motivates a decentralized approach. We consider complex services, built as a composition of simpler ones, and we associate a diagnoser… CONTINUE READING

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