Quality Modeling Framework for Service Composition. An Indoor Air Quality Monitoring System Case Study


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Service-orientation paradigm can sustain enterprise transformation providing a vast amount of flexibility by allowing organizations to develop complex, cross-organizational business solutions through Web Service compositions. In this paper we propose a layered quality modeling framework that evaluates interoperability and adaptability of service compositions. A case study on Indoor Air Quality Monitoring System is realized to demonstrate the applicability of the proposed framework.



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G. Stegaru et al., "Quality Modeling Framework for Service Composition. An Indoor Air Quality Monitoring System Case Study", Applied Mechanics and Materials, Vol. 436, pp. 480-487, 2013

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October 2013




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