Department of Computer Science
Dynamic resource selection for service composition in the grid
While numerous efforts have focused on service composition in the Grid environment, service selection among similar services from multiple providers has not been addressed. In particular, all service composition work done so far are based on a given selection of services under a well set environment. As a result, uncertainty (e.g., server load, network traffic, computation time of the services due to changing memory and other unexpected conditions) under a real, dynamic environment has never been considered. This paper prototypes the service selection under a Grid environment and proposes an uncertainty framework to address the issue. Experimental results show that our considerations are valid and our preliminary solution works well in our Globus Grid network.
Web services, Uncertainty, Computer science, Network servers, Telecommunication traffic, Prototypes, Logic programming, Costs, Computer networks, Ontologies
Source Publication Title
Proceedings / IEEE/WIC/ACM International Conference on Web Intelligence, 2004, WI 2004 20 - 24 Sept. 2004, [Beijing, China]
Zhong, Ning ; Tirri, Henry ; Yao, Yiyu ; Zhou, Lizhu ; Liu, Jiming ; Cercone, Nick
Copyright © 2004 by The Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers, Inc.
This work is supported by Centre for E-Transformation Research, Hong Kong Baptist University under the RGC Group Research Grant (HKBU 2/03/C).
Link to Publisher's Edition
Cheung, W., Liu, J., Tsang, K., & Wong, R. (2004). Dynamic resource selection for service composition in the grid. Proceedings / IEEE/WIC/ACM International Conference on Web Intelligence, 2004, WI 2004 20 - 24 Sept. 2004, [Beijing, China]. https://doi.org/10.1109/WI.2004.10080