RATING DYNAMICALLY COMPOSED SERVICES

Gary Gaughan, Brendan Jennings

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    Abstract

    Many computer science researchers are currently pursuing the vision of serviceoriented software architectures through which end-users can seamlessly access customised, potentially disposable services to aid them carry out a myriad of everyday tasks. Full realisation of this vision requires deployment of facilities for the dynamic discovery, composition, interoperation and execution monitoring of pre-existing networked software services, possibly administered by different organisations or originated by multiple developers. In this report, we discuss the ongoing development of one of these facilities, a rating engine, implemented as part of this research programme.
    Original languageEnglish
    Publication statusUnpublished - 2005

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