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Matchmaking Framework for Mathematical Web Services

Simone A. Ludwig, Omer F. Rana, Julian Padget, William Naylor
2006 Journal of Grid Computing  
A case study demonstrates in detail how the matching process works for all four algorithms.  ...  In this paper, we discuss the problem of matchmaking for mathematical services, where the semantics play a critical role in determining the applicability or otherwise of a service and for which we use  ...  jB S j * jB Q j jB S j * P jBj j¼1 ðSV B ðjÞÞÞ jBj where w a þ w b ¼ 1 ð3Þ Case Study For the case study we only consider the first four matching modes.  ... 
doi:10.1007/s10723-005-9019-z fatcat:jikcb7jyr5ffjbx2wsry6ot5eu

User-Centric Design for Mathematical Web Services

Adlin Sheeba, Chandrasekar Arumugam
2014 Advances in Human-Computer Interaction  
Very few web services exist in the field of mathematics. The aim of this paper is to seamlessly provide user-centric mathematical web services to the service requester.  ...  In particular, this paper focuses on mathematical web services for prepositional logic and set theory which comes under discrete mathematics.  ...  Results and Discussion The user interface is evaluated by conducting a case study and the web services are evaluated by using web services performance metrics.  ... 
doi:10.1155/2014/436980 fatcat:vtfi4y62angmfakddwic3d7jla

The Mathematical Formula Recognizing System Based on Web Service

Qi Xiangwei, Yusup Abaydulla
2009 Journal of clean energy technologies  
On the basis of these studies, it also expounds the recognizing technology of mathematical expressions based on the Net and Internet Explorer, and from the perspective of Web's characteristics, the Web-Based  ...  MatheWriter is developed to help the mathematical workers find a more convenient and free model to solve difficult problems of expression input.  ...  These characteristics decide that it is rather difficult to divide and recognize characters of the mathematical expression, which is somewhat like the case: when a person is faced with a The Mathematical  ... 
doi:10.7763/ijcte.2009.v1.79 fatcat:rbwszuqy3rh6decgmdqwy4x7pe


2014 American Journal of Applied Sciences  
Here, we provide Web Service Registration Interface for the service providers along with an ontology tree to register the functional and non-functional properties of the mathematical Web services under  ...  Finally, a Quality of Service based ranking algorithm is provided to rank the Web services and top-k Web services are returned.  ...  The main contributions of this study are the following: • A Web Service Registration Interface (WSRI) has been provided for service providers for registering their mathematical web services.  ... 
doi:10.3844/ajassp.2014.639.647 fatcat:ahzrs7vxbnf2jirhbg72vtdyvm

Approximating Mathematical Semantic Web Services Using Approximation Formulas and Numerical Methods

Andrei-Horia Mogos, Mugurel Ionut Andreica
2009 arXiv   pre-print
In this paper we present a method of obtaining an approximation of a mathematical semantic web service, from its semantic description, using existing mathematical semantic web services, approximation formulas  ...  Mathematical semantic web services are very useful in practice, but only a small number of research results are reported in this area.  ...  We study only the case when the mathematical semantic web service must compute a mathematical expression. We extend a system described in (Mogos, Florea, 2008) .  ... 
arXiv:0909.4888v1 fatcat:6n5fl7ygtfeazjz6vrc2ppsrcm

Web services composition: Complexity and models

V. Gabrel, M. Manouvrier, C. Murat
2015 Discrete Applied Mathematics  
A web service is a modular and self-described application callable with standard web technologies.  ...  A workflow describes how to combine the functionalities of different web services in order to create a new value added functionality resulting in composite web service.  ...  web service.  ... 
doi:10.1016/j.dam.2014.10.020 fatcat:tdogccbgrna3jlvd4tp7mix4vu

Scenario Analysis of Web Service Composition based on Multi-Criteria Mathematical Goal Programming

LiYing Cui, Soundar Kumara, Dongwon Lee
2011 Service Science  
Three different scenarios of multi-criteria mathematical programming models are explored under the framework of network based analysis in web service composition.  ...  his paper addresses the web service composition problem considering multi-criteria regarding quality of services (QoS).  ...  A. Ravi Ravindran for validating the goal programming models proposed in this paper.  ... 
doi:10.1287/serv.3.4.280 fatcat:6wfwypavdvefbjsuv673yjc2jm

A Case Study of Web Services Orchestration [chapter]

Manuel Mazzara, Sergio Govoni
2005 Lecture Notes in Computer Science  
To discuss the usefulness of the language we consider a case study: we formalize an e-commerce transactional scenario drawing on a case presented in our previous work [12] .  ...  We introduce it as a theoretical and foundational model for Web Services coordination.  ...  A Case Study In this section, we discuss an implementation in webπ ∞ of a classical e-business scenario: a customer attempts to buy a set of items from some providers, using a coordination service exposed  ... 
doi:10.1007/11417019_1 fatcat:3cqry3gagrfhncuwzlidx64eva

Application of Services Relation Tracing to Automated Web Service Composition

Qixuan Liang, Shizhan Chen
2013 Applied Mathematics & Information Sciences  
In this paper, we proposed a snowball method for automated Web service composition which is based on service relation tracing which starts off rather like a standard ego-centered network study.  ...  Web service composition has received much interest due to its potential to achieve the visionary promise of Service-Oriented Computing paradigm in which services can be utilized as the basic constructs  ...  Acknowledgement The authors wish to thank Guangquan Xu for his valuable advice and the members of service computing group from The authors are grateful to the anonymous referee for a careful checking of  ... 
doi:10.12785/amis/071l33 fatcat:7n4zkbfxvbdwpeacjre6gyvxhi

Interactive web portals in mathematics

Róbert Vajda, Zoltán Kovács
2003 Teaching Mathematics and Computer Science  
At University of Szeged we have developed a mathematical web portal which can offer a solution for such problems among the changing circumstances.  ...  This freely available, easy-to-use web-surface supports interactive mathematical problem-solving and student self assessment.  ...  This shell offers, after submitting a web query, not only the pure solution of a mathematical problem -which was generated in most cases by calling a CAS -, but e.g. the way to find it step by step, including  ... 
doi:10.5485/tmcs.2003.0030 fatcat:qytraff47veyxncdzo5ig4n6ua

Intelligent Web Based on Mathematic Theory [chapter]

Ahmad Karawash, Hamid Mcheick, Mohamed Dbouk
2013 Studies in Computational Intelligence  
This paper discusses a model for verifying service composition by building a distributed semi-compiler of service process.  ...  Specifically, the client needs to build a composite service by invoking other services but without knowing the exact design of these loosely coupled services.  ...  To validate the model, the authors describe a case-study of a vehicle navigation system which comprises a global positioning system and a traffic control service (Shen et al., 2007) .  ... 
doi:10.1007/978-3-319-00804-2_15 fatcat:w2cai3n2zzhi7cavobyqsje4qy

A Singular web service for geometric computations

Francisco Botana, Zoltán Kovács
2014 Annals of Mathematics and Artificial Intelligence  
In particular, we illustrate the capabilities of the web service by extending current abilities of GeoGebra to deal with algebraic loci and envelopes by means of a recent algorithm for studying parametric  ...  We report the design and implementation of a web service using Singular, a program specialized in ideal theory and commutative algebra.  ...  installed Singular web service (SingularWS) instance.  ... 
doi:10.1007/s10472-014-9438-2 fatcat:kzoth37nc5f2fh6ecilfgu7evm

Predictive Web Service Monitoring using Probabilistic Model Checking

Honghao Gao, Huaikou Miao, Hongwei Zeng
2013 Applied Mathematics & Information Sciences  
Finally, a case study is discussed and experiment results demonstrate the applicability and effectiveness of our approach.  ...  This paper studies the monitoring issue of Web service and proposes a predictive service monitoring approach to support service-oriented software dynamic evolutions.  ...  Finally, a case study was discussed, and experiment results shown that our approach had a good scalability and efficacy for monitoring Web service.  ... 
doi:10.12785/amis/071l20 fatcat:cfked3axdbgqjidnlscnrx6j5y

General Collaborative Filtering for Web Service QoS Prediction

Wenming Ma, Rongjie Shan, Mingming Qi
2018 Mathematical Problems in Engineering  
To avoid the expensive and time-consuming evaluation, collaborative filtering (CF) methods have been widely studied for web service QoS prediction in recent years.  ...  We conduct our experiments on a large real-world dataset, the QoS values of which are obtained from 339 users on 5825 web services.  ...  Traditional matrix factorization is just a special case of GCF framework.  ... 
doi:10.1155/2018/5787406 fatcat:sv5t33azurbl5no4lb7tleju4y

Estimating value in service systems: A case study of a repair service system

N. S. Caswell, C. Nikolaou, J. Sairamesh, M. Bitsaki, G. D. Koutras, G. Iacovidis
2008 IBM Systems Journal  
CONCLUSIONS AND FUTURE WORK In this paper, we have provided a structure for studying service systems and have defined the various properties and relationships among the participating economic entities.  ...  Tan, “A Design Methodology for Modeling Trustworthy Value Webs,” International Jour- nal of Electronic Commerce 9, No. 3, 31-48 (2005). O. E.  ... 
doi:10.1147/sj.471.0087 fatcat:ii2nklfornf63grfdgbwmiiq4i
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