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REMAN: A Pro-Active Reputation Management Infrastructure for Composite Web Services

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Executive Summary

Web services are the de-facto standard for the development of distributed applications executing in open environments. Web services are usually composed by means of languages like BPEL to provide added-value services. Composite services, typically built from third-party services, have to adapt to the open, dynamically changing environment where remote services may fail or new services may be offered at any moment. Thus, one key feature of composite services is the ability to adapt their service bindings so as to leverage the best performing services currently available in the evolving service market.

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