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The goal of autonomous information service integration is to enable information utilization opportunities far beyond those possible in a disconnected environment. We have proposed an agent-based distributed information service system architecture, called Faded Information Field (FIF) to cope with the rapidly evolving situations of providers' and users' heterogeneous requirements. In the case of a mono-service request, the system is designed to reduce the time needed for users to access the information and to preserve the consistency of the replicas. However, when the user requests joint selection of multiple services, synchronization of atomic actions and timeliness have to be assured by the system. The service-oriented autonomous integration and allocation for heterogeneous FIFs to provide one-stop service for users' multiservice requirements are proposed. Through the comparison simulation to conventional systems, the effectiveness of the proposed technology is proved.