QoSOnt: a QoS ontology for service-centric systems

@inproceedings{Dobson2005QoSOntAQ,
  title={QoSOnt: a QoS ontology for service-centric systems},
  author={Glen Dobson and Russell Lock and Ian Sommerville},
  year={2005}
}
This paper reports on the development of QoSOnt: an ontology for quality of service (QoS). Particular focus is given to its application in the field of service-centric systems. QoSOnt is being developed to promote consensus on QoS concepts, by providing a model which is generic enough for reuse across multiple domains. As well as the structure of the ontology itself an example application currently in development - SQRM (service QoS requirements matcher) - is discussed. This application is used… CONTINUE READING

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