Technological model for the process of adaptive Web service composition engineering and exploiting

О.A. Slabospitskaya


The model and framework are proposed for the process of Web servise composition engineering and exploiting by heterogeneous consumers. The composition is represented as dynamic family of its online variants, described with the models for features, all-levelled variability and also business processes and services for terminal features. Engineering process is constituted with operations of the family’s variability management functions (its planning, implementation, monitoring and actualization) in common information environment being fragmented with variability model. The models elaborated together enable exploiting advanced techniques of dynamic Web service composition through automated planning via model checking thus providing all-levelled context-aware adaptation of composite service relevant for its effective and efficient expected use.


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