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JSW 2015 Vol.10(9): 1045-1055 ISSN: 1796-217X
doi: 10.17706/jsw.10.9.1045-1055

Multi Perceptional Optimality Matrix Based Web Service Reliability Model

B. Muruganantham1*, K.Vivekanandan2
1Department of Computer Science and Engineering, SRM University, India.
2Department of Computer Science and Engineering, Pondicherry Engineering College, India.


Abstract—To receive an appropriate response, the Multi Perceptional Optimality Web Service Recommendation Algorithm is proposed focus the research towards a multi attribute monitor that discovers on the profitable and preferable services by creating a recommendation matrix utilizing the top listing services ranked in a chronological order. Reliability is one of the most important Quality criteria of Service paradigms that can determine the popularity of web services for the completion of business process. Web services are more prone to failure than traditional software system due to their loosely coupled architecture, dynamic discovery and runtime binding. The technical flow incorporates the services that are registered to universal description, discovery and integration (UDDI) by service providers and the service consumers will look up for services from UDDI for functional relevance. To rank the web services various methodologies are incorporated and the utilized matrix method approach is the prominent amongst the other techniques. But, it fails to define certain QoS parameters precisely and thus it cannot support complex QoS constraints in terms of composition. The postulates include manipulating the differences between Numbers of requests Vs Number of successful requests processed by the web service provider by utilizing the Multi Perceptional Optimality Web Service Recommendation Algorithm. The Existing methodologies emphasize on the process continues through coordination and combination of different services based on the ranking factors such as response time and cost to access the service. The Proposed methodologies incorporate Service Alive Percentile and attain more accuracy on the Web Service with proper reliability.

Index Terms—Web service composition, preferable services, profitable services, web service decision zone, WS invocation zone, WS recommendation zone.

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Cite: B. Muruganantham, K.Vivekanandan, "Multi Perceptional Optimality Matrix Based Web Service Reliability Model," Journal of Software vol. 10, no. 9, pp. 1045-1055, 2015.

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