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Speeding up web service composition with volatile external information

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Speeding up web service composition with volatile external information
This paper introduces a novel method for composing Web services in the presence of external volatile information. Our approach, which we call the informed-presumptive, is compared to previous state-of-the-art approaches for Web service composition in volatile environments. We show empirically that the informed-presumptive strategy produces compositions in significantly less time than the other strategies with lesser backtracks. Categories and Subject Descriptors H.3.5 [Online Information Systems]: Web-based Services General Terms Algorithms, Theory Keywords Web services, Adaptation, Volatile environments, Expiration times
John Harney, Prashant Doshi
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Type Conference
Year 2008
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Authors John Harney, Prashant Doshi
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