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 JCC  Vol.2 No.9 , July 2014
SCP-Trust Reasoning Strategy Based on Preference and Its Service Composition Process of Context-Aware Process
Abstract: Before providing services to the user, user preference considerations are the key conditions to achieve the self-adaptive decision-making about service selection and composition process, which is the flexible concerned aspect provided by massive cloud computing environment data. Meanwhile, during the whole services’ providing process, achieving the capturing and forming of service aggregation units’ topology logic, building the context environment’s process-aware of service composition, ensuring the trust and adaptation among service aggregation units, which are the important reasons to express timely requirement preference. This paper designs SCP-Trust Reasoning strategy about the integration of user preference and trust, with process algebra, it is to achieve the context process-aware logic for service composition process, in order to improve the autonomous optimization and evolution of service implementation system.
Cite this paper: Xia, X. , Yu, J. and Cao, B. (2014) SCP-Trust Reasoning Strategy Based on Preference and Its Service Composition Process of Context-Aware Process. Journal of Computer and Communications, 2, 38-45. doi: 10.4236/jcc.2014.29006.
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