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Intelligent Business Process Based Cloud Services

  • Lacheheub Mohammed NassimEmail author
  • Maamri Ramdane
Part of the Advances in Intelligent Systems and Computing book series (AISC, volume 354)

Abstract

Cloud computing is a model that provides services on demand. In the world of industry, the business processes are increasingly used in cloud platforms for the deployment and execution. Many companies construct their business processes using existing services, because the reuse of services increases reliability and it reduces productivity cost. With the increasing number of services that provide the same functionality, the discovery and selection of services have become the most urgent problem, which must be resolved. This paper presents a methodology for constructing business processes based on consumer needs, cloud services, intelligent system and by exploiting features of agents to discover a set of services that offer same functionality and have different quality of services.

Keywords

Business process multi agent system cloud computing web service quality of services agent-based cloud services 

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Authors and Affiliations

  1. 1.LIRE LaboratoryUniversity of Constantine 2ConstantineAlgeria

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