alexa APPLICATION BASED SELECTION TECHNIQUES FOR WEB SERVICES MECHANISM | Abstract
ISSN: 1948-1432

Journal of Global Research in Computer Sciences
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Abstract

It has become much more difficult to access relevant information from the Web With the explosive growth of information available on the World Wide Web. One of the promising approaches is web usage mining, which mines web logs for user models and recommendations. In the domain of Web Services, it is not uncommon to find redundant services that provide functionalities to the clients. Services with the same functionality can be clustered into a group of redundant services. Respectively, if a service offers different functionalities, it belongs to more than one group. Having various Web Services that are able to handle the client’s request suggests the necessity of a mechanism that selects the most appropriate Web Service at a given moment of time. In this paper presents an approach, Repository Based Web Services Selection, for dynamic service selection based on virtualization on the server side. It helps managing redundant services in a transparent manner as well as allows adding services to the system at run-time. In addition, the model assures a level of security since the consumers do not have direct access to the Web Services.

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Author(s): Deshraj Ahirwar Sandeep Gupta, Upendra and Neelesh Kori

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