On self-coordinating web services using similarity and neural networks
Source of Publication
Proceedings - 2005 IEEE International Conference on e-Technology, e-Commerce and e-Service, EEE-05
This paper presents an approach, which adopts control tuples, to support the self-coordination of Web services. Usually coordination is a designer-driven activity where, for instance, the designer clearly indicates the actions that Web services have to perform during conflict resolution. In this paper, Web services are embodied with the mechanisms, which allow them to coordinate themselves during run-time. These mechanisms are encoded using control tuples that Web services post on tuple spaces. Web services consult a tuple space and consume the control tuples, which are relevant to their coordination work. © 2005 IEEE.
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And similarity evaluation, Control tuple, Self-coordination, Web service
Maamar, Z.; Younas, I.; Benslimane, D.; Ghedira, C.; and Yahyaoui, H., "On self-coordinating web services using similarity and neural networks" (2005). All Works. 2555.
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