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Party Liability [ a-b ] Feature Cardinality Feature Group Composed-of Relationship Feature Legend Constraints “ Policy Update ” requires “ Policy Query ” “ Residential ” excludes “ Extended Third Party Liability ”

  title={Party Liability [ a-b ] Feature Cardinality Feature Group Composed-of Relationship Feature Legend Constraints “ Policy Update ” requires “ Policy Query ” “ Residential ” excludes “ Extended Third Party Liability ”},
  author={Tuan-Anh Nguyen and Alan W. Colman and Jun Han},
A customizable Web service is a service that enables service consumers to dynamically determine variants of the service they receive. Provisioning customizable services helps to efficiently address functional variability in customer requirements. However, this is challenging due to: i) the complexity in deriving the right subset of service capabilities for a service variant and ii) the existence of a large number of variants and their dependencies. We propose a feature-based framework to tackle… 


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