An efficient scheduling framework for improving QoS in web service composition

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  • Abstract

    Proficient QoS-based web service determination from the various number of practically substitutable web service to convey complex undertakings are a present call from the business world. QoS-based web service’s determination is a multi-target improvement issue. Current methodologies like FCFS, Priority and Multi-queue to explain it. Be that as it may, the execution time of QoS-based web services choice to accomplish the most extreme wellness esteem is as yet a worry for handy circulated applications. This paper proposes a productive method to take care of this issue utilizing the Social Spider Algorithm (SSA).

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    Web Service Composition; Optimization; Scheduling; Cloud Computing; Social Spider Algorithm.

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Article ID: 9744
DOI: 10.14419/ijet.v7i1.9.9744

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