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|Title:||Semantic web service selection based on service provider's business offerings|
|Citation:||International Journal of Simulation: Systems, Science and Technology, 2009, Vol.10, 2, pp.25-37|
|Abstract:||Semantic Web service discovery finds a match between the service requirement and service advertisements based on the semantic descriptions. The matchmaking mechanism might find semantically similar Web services having same matching score. In this paper, the authors propose the semantic Web service selection mechanism which distinguishes semantically similar Web services based on the Quality of Service (QoS) and Business Offerings (BO). To realize the semantic Web service discovery and selection (ranking), we propose the semantic broker based Web service architecture which recommends the best match for the requester based on the requested functionality, quality and business offerings. The authors design the semantic broker which facilitates the provider to advertise the service by creating OWL-S service profile consisting information related to functionality, quality and business offerings. After the service advertisement, the broker computes and records matchmaking information to improve the performance (service query time) of discovery and selection process. The broker also reads requirements from the requester and finds the best (profitable) Web service by matching and ranking the advertised services based on the functionality, capability, quality and business offering.|
|Appears in Collections:||1. Journal Articles|
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