Abstract

The rapid introduction of new web services into a dynamic business environment can lead to undesirable interactions that negatively affect service quality and user satisfaction. In previous work, we have demonstrated how such interactions between web services can be modeled as feature interactions. In this paper, we outline a classification of web service feature interactions. The goals of this classification are to understand the scope of the feature interaction problem in the web services domain, and to propose a benchmark against which to assess the coverage of solutions to this problem. As there is no standard set of web services that one could use as examples, we illustrate the interactions using a fictitious e-commerce scenario.

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Title Towards a classification of web service feature interactions
Authors M. Weiss, B. Esfandiari, and Y. Luo
Type Journal
Conference/Journal Title Computer Networks
Volume/Number 51(2)
Editors H. Rudin
Publisher Elsevier B.V.
Month February
Year 2007
Pages 359-381
DOI 10.1016/j.comnet.2006.08.003
Keywords Feature interaction; Web services; Classification; URN
Topic revision: r2 - 12 Nov 2009, DanielAmyot
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