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Publication Citation: A Multi-Criteria Web Services Composition Problem

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Author(s): Jeong Buhwan; Hyunbo Cho; Boonserm Kulvatunyou; Albert W. Jones;
Title: A Multi-Criteria Web Services Composition Problem
Published: June 20, 2007
Abstract: With its prevalence in enterprise applications integration, the service-oriented approach has been studied in various ways. The popularity, however, results in a number of different standards and implementations. The approach needs agreed-upon definitions and assumptions. To this end, the paper presents a multi-criteria service composition problem and positions to state service engineering functions associated with the problem in a regular expression. The paper also introduces an information compatibility concept to measure the degree of interoperable data exchanges between services.
Proceedings: Proceedings of the International Conference on Information Reuse and Integration
Location: -1
Keywords: web services, composition, integration, compatibility, allocation, multi-criteria formulation
Research Areas: Manufacturing, Systems Integration
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