Reputation of communities of Web services - Preliminary investigation
Source of Publication
Proceedings - International Conference on Advanced Information Networking and Applications, AINA
Web services communities can be seen as virtual clusters that agglomerate Web services with the same functionality (e.g., FlightBooking). However, selecting a community to deal with is a challenging task to users and providers. Reputation, besides other selection criteria, has been widely used for evaluating and ranking candidates. Interestingly, the definition of community reputation from the perspective of users differs from the perspective of Web service providers. In this paper, we introduce a reputation-based Web services community architecture and define some of the petformance metrics that are needed to assess the reputation of a Web service community as perceived by users and providers. © 2008 IEEE.
Community, Reputation, Web service
Elnaffar, Said; Maamar, Zakaria; Yahyaoui, Hamdi; Bentahar, Jamal; and Thiran, Philippe, "Reputation of communities of Web services - Preliminary investigation" (2008). All Works. 2937.
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