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A Study on the Design of the Web Service Selection Administrator Based on Meta Broker

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3 Author(s)
Sung-Ho Sim ; Dept.of Comput. Eng., KyungHee Univ., Yongin, South Korea ; Su-Jin Baek ; Young-Jae Song

Web Services make the efficient uses of the information resources, and the integration and reuse thereof. In the current context of the Web, there are a number of searching methods in use. But all of these are only focusing on the functional aspects, and as a result there are a certain set of limitations that these search methods could not overcome. The purpose of this study is to enhance the web services in consideration of the functional aspects by suggesting a practical level decision making reflecting the functional and non-functional aspects using WSDL and meta-data upon the web services. For this purpose, the execution costs, reliability, and the quality level from the non-functional aspects of the existing studies are used to extract and save the detailed and clearly defined meta-data to record the non-functional elements. The selection administrator of the meta-broker uses these records to give rates and display the output value of the user intent. In this study, with a view to make it possible to use the kind of web service in consideration of the user oriented, non-functional aspects through extracting the meta-data and using the meta-broker, a meta-broker selection administrator and the process thereof that help the users to enjoy the desired level of quality are suggested, from the view point of the users.

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Information Science and Applications (ICISA), 2011 International Conference on

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26-29 April 2011

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