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Process Reservation for Service-Oriented Applications

By Honghui Chen, Jianwei Ma, Xianpeng Huangfu and Deke Guo

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Abstract — With an increasing use of services sustaining the resources which people need has become more important. In this paper, we propose an effective reservation method, called “BPSR ” (Business Process Service Reservation), which aims for the process reservation which to the best of our knowledge has not been studied before. In particular we address for major jobs: service differentiation; service reservation; process reservation and QoS Control. We also describe a flexible policy-based reservation method which aims to increase the success rate of reservation and utilization of service resources. Experimental analysis shows that the BPSR reservation system achieves better results than other reservation methods

Topics: Service Reservation, Process Reservation, Service Oriented Application
Year: 2013
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