Volume 18, No. 6, 2021

Semantic Web Services Composition Using Clustering And Parallel Processing

A Nagarjuna Reddy , Dr. M Chandra Mohan


Today's Web, Web Services (WS) are developed and upgraded frequently. To meet the demands of the complex users in order to satisfy the demands of complex users, the creation of brand new Web services built upon existing ones is vital. This issue has received a lot of feedback from diverse communities. The issue is referred to as the composition of web-based services. It is a fact that generally accessible Web Services (WS) can not satisfy the diverse requirements of users, and their adaption to changing conditions remains a major issue in developing information system design. The composition of web services is designed to satisfy emerging and complex requirements similar to the processes you will find in many organisations. Its aim is to provide multiple services to meet the needs of customers. Utilizing existing services to develop business process applications can help reduce the time to develop and also costs. In addition, existing atomic services are not adequate to meet user's needs. Satisfaction of users demands a flexible and reusable environment that meets those requirements. But, it's one of the major challenges of recent times in a dynamic and distributed environment. Web service can be created by hand, however it is an extremely timeconsuming process. Web services' dynamic structure is among the main characteristics of what's to come from the semantic internet. The various methods for constructing compositions for web services studied by researchers. In this paper, we propose the first design of semantic composition of web services, which makes use of the process of processing services in parallel and clustering models.

Pages: 5609-5620

Keywords: Dynamic composition, Web Services, Semantic Web Service, Composition Techniques.

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