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Web Service Testing Tools: A Comparative Study

@article{Hussain2013WebST,
  title={Web Service Testing Tools: A Comparative Study},
  author={Shariq Hussain and Zhaoshun Wang and Ibrahima Kalil Toure and Abdoulaye Diop},
  journal={ArXiv},
  year={2013},
  volume={abs/1306.4063}
}
Quality of Service (QoS) has gained more importance with the increase in usage and adoption of web services. In recent years, various tools and techniques developed for measurement and evaluation of QoS of web services. There are commercial as well as open-source tools available today which are being used for monitoring and testing QoS for web services. These tools facilitate in QoS measurement and analysis and are helpful in evaluation of service performance in real-time network. In this paper… 

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