Yu, Qi; Bouguettaya, Athman
The performance of a service provider may fluctuate due to the dynamic service environment. Thus, the quality of service actually delivered by a service provider is inherently uncertain. Existing service optimization approaches usually assume that the quality of service does not change over time. Moreover, most of these approaches rely on computing a predefined objective function. When multiple quality criteria are considered, users are required to express their preference over different (and...[Show more]
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