A key issue in the development of service-oriented computing applications is the dynamic and efficient prediction of their overall quality to appropriately drive the selection and assembly of services. This article focuses on the reliability quality measure and presents an implementation of a reliability prediction methodology that respects SOC's decentralization and autonomy principles. Despite the focus on reliability, you can extend the architecture to the prediction of other quality measures.

Grassi, V., & Patella, S. (2006). Reliability prediction for service-oriented computing environments. IEEE INTERNET COMPUTING, 10(3), 43-49 [10.1109/MIC.2006.64].

Reliability prediction for service-oriented computing environments

GRASSI, VINCENZO;
2006

Abstract

A key issue in the development of service-oriented computing applications is the dynamic and efficient prediction of their overall quality to appropriately drive the selection and assembly of services. This article focuses on the reliability quality measure and presents an implementation of a reliability prediction methodology that respects SOC's decentralization and autonomy principles. Despite the focus on reliability, you can extend the architecture to the prediction of other quality measures.
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Rilevanza internazionale
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Sì, ma tipo non specificato
Settore ING-INF/05 - Sistemi di Elaborazione delle Informazioni
English
Con Impact Factor ISI
Forecasting; Internet; Quality of service; Reliability; Reliability prediction; Reliability quality measure; Service-oriented computing environments; Personal computing
Grassi, V., & Patella, S. (2006). Reliability prediction for service-oriented computing environments. IEEE INTERNET COMPUTING, 10(3), 43-49 [10.1109/MIC.2006.64].
Grassi, V; Patella, S
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