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    Service Selection Using Quality Matchmaking

    Eleyan, AA and Zhao, L (2011) Service Selection Using Quality Matchmaking. In: 2011 International Conference on Communication and Information Technology (ICCIT), 29 March 2011 - 31 March 2011, Aqaba, Jordan.


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    This paper proposes a quality matchmaker which introduces four algorithms or filters: interface matching, quality criteria matchmaking, quality value constraints matching, and mathematical matchmaking. These four algorithms use the quality matchmaker sub-components to implement their roles. The quality matchmaker has three sub-components which are: interface matchmaking, quality criteria matchmaking and mathematical matchmaking. A quality matchmaking process (QMP) is introduced to demonstrate the above four algorithms and to select the best Web service. The mathematical matchmaking algorithm is the most important step that uses a mathematical model in order to select the best candidates Web service based on requester's quality requirements and preferences. Two techniques are used in a mathematical model: Analytical Hierarchy Process (AHP) and Euclidean distance.

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