Service-oriented computing and Web services are becoming more popular, enabling organizations to use the Web as a market for selling their own services and consuming existing services from others. Nevertheless, the more services are available, the more difficult it becomes to find the most appropriate service for a specific application. Existing approaches to Web service discovery tend to address different information-processing styles. However, Web services have functional and nonfunctional characteristics that can be difficult to present and control. Service behavior and quality-of-service (QoS) parameters can vary over time, and new services can emerge in certain business areas.

Improving Web-Service discovery with usage data

D'Andrea, Vincenzo;Birukou, Aliaksandr;Blanzieri, Enrico;Giorgini, Paolo;Kokash, Natallia
2007-01-01

Abstract

Service-oriented computing and Web services are becoming more popular, enabling organizations to use the Web as a market for selling their own services and consuming existing services from others. Nevertheless, the more services are available, the more difficult it becomes to find the most appropriate service for a specific application. Existing approaches to Web service discovery tend to address different information-processing styles. However, Web services have functional and nonfunctional characteristics that can be difficult to present and control. Service behavior and quality-of-service (QoS) parameters can vary over time, and new services can emerge in certain business areas.
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D'Andrea, Vincenzo; Birukou, Aliaksandr; Blanzieri, Enrico; Giorgini, Paolo; Kokash, Natallia
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