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An Agent-based Integrated Self-evolving Service Composition Approach in Networked Environments

Authors: Dayong Ye, Qiang He, Yanchun Wang, Yun Yang

Service composition is an important research problem in service computing systems, which combines simple and individual services into composite services to fulfill users’ complex requirements. Service composition usually consists of four stages, i.e., service discovery, candidate selection, service negotiation and task execution. In self-organising systems, there is the fifth stage of service composition: self-evolution.

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