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Research Article Open Access
To execute a single task for a problem there may be n number of solutions but if we have a combination of subset of these n solutions then the task can be performed in more optimized way. Same holds true behind the concept of Web service composition. A service requester may ask for a service which is complex in nature and can’t be served by a single web service then a composition model should provide a way to combine best selected web services to form a combination of web services that performs the task execution. Various composition algorithms and models have been discovered in the past decades for the best utilization of composite web services. In this research paper we’ll discuss a “Quality Of Service Impact Provider Model” (QoS IPM) for web service composition.
Composition, Aggregation, SOA QoS, Web Services, Publisher, Research