Quality of Experience: User's Perception about Web Services

@article{Upadhyaya2015QualityOE,
  title={Quality of Experience: User's Perception about Web Services},
  author={Bipin Upadhyaya and Ying Zou and Iman Keivanloo and Joanna W. Ng},
  journal={IEEE Transactions on Services Computing},
  year={2015},
  volume={8},
  pages={410-421}
}
Web service composition enables seamless and dynamic integration of Web services. The behavior of participant Web services determines the overall performance of a composition. Therefore, it is important to choose high quality services for service composition. Existing Web service selection and discovery approaches rely on non-functional aspects (also known as quality of service or QoS), e.g., response time and availability. Though these parameters are crucial for selecting Web services, they… CONTINUE READING

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