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MTA
2006
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11 years 5 months ago
QCWS: an implementation of QoS-capable multimedia web services
QoS, that defines service quality such as latency, availability, timeliness and reliability, is important for web applications that provide real-time information, multimedia conte...
Tao Yu, Kwei-Jay Lin
PE
2007
Springer
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11 years 4 months ago
QoS management in service-oriented architectures
The next generation of software systems will be highly distributed, component-based and service-oriented. They will need to operate in unattended mode and possibly in hostile envi...
Daniel A. Menascé, Honglei Ruan, Hassan Gom...
JNSM
2010
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10 years 12 months ago
QoS Control for NGN: A Survey of Techniques
This article presents an overview of standards and a survey of recent work on QoS control of next generation networks (NGNs). We outline primarily standardized QoS control architec...
Changho Yun, Harry Perros
COMPSAC
2006
IEEE
11 years 11 months ago
QoS-Based Service Composition
QoS has been one of the major challenges in Web Services area. Though negotiated in the contract, service quality usually can not be guaranteed by providers. Therefore, the servic...
Jinchun Xia
APSCC
2009
IEEE
11 years 10 months ago
The description and calculation of quality of composite services
With the widespread of Web Services (WS), more deployed services are being registered into a services registry, consequently giving rise to a series of problems. A conspicuous one...
Meng Li, Hao-peng Chen, Nan Wang
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