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In current web service discovery and subscription, consumers must pay too much time on manually selection and cannot easily benefit from the wide QoS spectrum brought by the proliferating services. In our approach, we introduce the service pool as a "virtual service" grouping function identical services together and dispatching consumer requests to the proper service in terms of QoS requirements.doi:10.1145/1242572.1242793 dblp:conf/www/LiuZHM07 fatcat:6ynley4ksjhllgykp7euohzvwe