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- A flexible policy framework for the QoS differentiated provisioning of services
- Chhetri, Mohan Baruwal; Vo, Quoc Bao; Kowalczyk, Ryszard
- We propose a policy-based framework for the QoS differentiated provisioning of services. The proposed frame-work improves the state-of-the-art in policy-based preferencespecification by combining cardinal and ordinal preferences. We describe the underlying models, focussing on the key features and contributions of the proposed framework. We also show how, using our framework, the QoS evaluation problem can be translated to a Constraint Satisfaction Problem while preserving the semantics of the preference policies.
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- Swinburne University of Technology. Faculty of Information and Communication Technologies. Centre for Complex Software Systems and Services
- Proceedings of the 11th IEEE/ACM International Symposium on Cluster, Cloud, and Grid Computing (CCGrid 2011), Newport Beach, California, United States, 23-25 May 2011, pp. 444-453
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- 0805 Distributed Computing
- Attribute-value assertion; Conditional attribute-value assertion; QoS; QoS preference model; Quality of service; Utility-value assertion
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- This work was partially funded by the Service Aggregation Project within the Smart Services CRC which is proudly supported by the Australian Federal Government's CRC Grant Program. It was also partially supported by the European Union in the scope of the European Regional Development Fund Program No.POIG.01.03.01-00-008/08.
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