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MOQ: Web services ontologies for QoS and general quality evaluations

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MOQ: Web services ontologies for QoS and general quality evaluations
When describing Web services, one of the obvious aspects that needs representing is Quality of Service” (QoS), the capability of a Web service to meet an acceptable level of service as per factors such as availability and accessibility. However too much of a focus on developing functional QoS ontologies has led to an over-emphasis on representing solely QoS metrics and units of measurement. For instance, what does round trip time actually mean? Is the round trip time of every data item measured? Is it an average, or is every nth item measured? Is it the actual time that is important or just the % of items that are beyond a certain range? Arguably existing QoS ontologies cannot readily answer many of these design questions because these questions have less to do with evaluating QoS and more to do with representing “what is quality?” Therefore, there is an unmet need for Web services ontologies that are designed at a higher level encompassing domain independent concepts, and gener...
Henry M. Kim, Arijit Sengupta, Joerg Evermann
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Type Journal
Year 2007
Where IJMSO
Authors Henry M. Kim, Arijit Sengupta, Joerg Evermann
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