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A linguistic approach for non-functional constraints in a semantic SOA environment

Abstract : This contribution addresses the problem of expressing preferences among non-functional properties in a Web Service architecture. In such a context, semantic annotations are needed and added on service declaration and business process in order to select the best available service. These conditional and unconditional preferences are managed using Conditional Preference-Networks (CP-Nets). But in several cases, uncertainty related to the preferences has to be taken into account to achieve a better satisfaction rate. We propose the use of fuzzy linguistic information inside the whole process when it will be necessary.
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Pierre Châtel, Isis Truck, Jacques Malenfant. A linguistic approach for non-functional constraints in a semantic SOA environment. FLINS 2008 - 8th International FLINS Conference on Computational Intelligence in Decision and Control, Sep 2008, Madrid, Spain. pp.889-894, ⟨10.1142/9789812799470_0146⟩. ⟨hal-01243541⟩



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