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A Distributed Problem Solving Approach for Service-Oriented Computing Systems

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2 Author(s)
Agnes F. N. Lumala ; Fac. of Comput. & IT, Makerere Univ., Kampala, Uganda ; José Ghislain Quenum

Dynamic service selection has been considered the biggest challenge in service-oriented computing systems (SOC). Some of the existing solutions to request execution in SOC give a higher priority to service selection than their composition. While this is appropriate to some application domains, it biases request fulfillment in some others as it limits the composition possibilities by the selected components. In this research we introduce a different approach to composition, in which we consider composition purely from a problem solving perspective and place service selection within the composition process.

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2009 Congress on Services - I

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6-10 July 2009