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Measuring The Satisfaction Degree Of Quality Attributes Requirements For Services Orchestrations

Abstract : Quality attributes are an important concern in critical business processes supported through services orches- tration. Various works in the literature have addressed quality attributes values computation of services orchestration. This paper proposes a novel approach to measure the satisfaction degree of services orchestration to the quality attributes re- quirements as defined at design-time. It is based on workflow patterns aggregation rules and a multi-criteria decision making method named MACBETH. We detail our approach in this paper through an illustrative example
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Nabil Fakhfakh, Hervé Verjus, Frédéric Pourraz, Patrice Moreaux. Measuring The Satisfaction Degree Of Quality Attributes Requirements For Services Orchestrations. Fourth International Conference on Communication Theory, Reliability, and Quality of Service (CTRQ 2011), Apr 2011, Budapest, Hungary. pp.89-94. ⟨hal-00621309⟩

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