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SOA

Abbreviation for:
schedule of accommodation
secondary organic aerosol
spinal opioid anaesthesia
statement of accountability
super output areas
swelling of ankles
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'Composing Web services on the SemanticWeb', The VLDB Journal, DOI: 10.1007/s00778-003-0101-5.
Top-k Dominant Web Services Under Multi-Criteria Matching, Proceedings of EDBT, Saint Petersburg, Russia, pp: 898-909.
In the above section, several works have been analysed where the performance of SOAP and REST implementation of web services have been compared.
From the different works analysed in the Literature Review Section, different performance benchmarks used for comparing SOAP and REST based web services have been identified.
* Like HTTP and HTTPS, Web Services are stateless, it means that once the exchange with the client no one will keep a track of each other or have knowledge of each other's state;
* Any time the Web Services methods or even their parameters are changed it will affect all customers and their applications will crash;
For an application task, the responsibilities of knowledge phase are to find suitable process chains and Web services in three steps: step (1) search the knowledge library to find a suitable process chain for the task, step (2) find suitable Web services for each process in the process chain, and step (3) form service chains of the process chains.
To improve efficiency, the integration processes of the Web services need to be optimized and selected.
We propose a novel problem of web service integration, that is, how to integrate the existing web services in order to satisfy a pool of tasks and, at the same time, to minimize the web service hop count with the preliminary work published in [27].
Bayesian network is a good means to deal with the uncertainty existing in the execution of web service composition [15].

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