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Context-Aware Web Service Selection Based on Multi-aspects Regulating

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Context-aware Web service selection is an adaptive process of offering suitable Web service to Web service consumer. Service provider and consumer have their own context that affect their service access and supply, such as locations, input, output, devices and platforms. The paper develops Web service selection architecture for providing available context-aware Web service through clustering, context extracting, matching and scheduling methods. A prototype system integrates and validates all the methods.

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Asia-Pacific Service Computing Conference, The 2nd IEEE

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11-14 Dec. 2007