Possibilities of automatic and semi-automatic end-user driven web service composition

Dale Dzemydiene, Arunas Miliauskas

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    Abstract

    Our research work relates to the main principles, means and current limitations of the end-user driven automatic and semi-automatic web service composition. It analyses automatic and semi-automatic composition approaches found in literature and classifies them as workflow-based, template-based and automatic methods. The aim of this research is to provide a proposal how to construct semiautomatic or automatic end-user driven web service composition. An approach is illustrated by the multi-complexity of service composition in travel domain. We analyze a conceptual solution that covers the whole composition process: from an end-user submitting composition requirements until the presentation of the a composition execution results. Some methods of an artificial intelligence (AI) planning research field were used in proposed web service composition approach.
    Original languageEnglish
    Pages (from-to)34-44
    JournalInformacijos Mokslai
    Volume65
    Publication statusPublished - 2013

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    Keywords

    • E-services
    • Artificial intelligence

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