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A Study of Finding Similarities in Web Service Using Metrics
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Author(s)
D.Chandramohan, Shailesh Khapre, S.Ashokkumar
KEYWORDS
Web Service, metrics, Web Service Architecture, Simple Object Access Protocol (SOAP), (SOAP) based multicast protocol (SMP). (Web Service Manipulation Language) WSDL, Universal Description, Discovery and Integration (UDDI), XML, Web Ontology Language (OWL) ontology
ABSTRACT
Newest mounting and escalated recognition of services and its equivalent building of significant Web service mature to be a considerable rally. Web service expertise for permitting right to entry for promoting services regardless of locality and execution policies exist already. On the other hand, a huge discrepancy on structural, semantically and technological intensity all along with the emergent number of offered web services formulate their discovery a significant challenge. Our proposal progresses to classify an ultimate approach for identifying web service resemblance with the help of metrics. In particular, we analyzed the intrinsic worth of using metrics based Models, WordNet metrics and semantic similarity metrics for this evaluation purpose.
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