A computing coordination based fuzzy group decision-making (CC-FGDM) for web service oriented architecture

Min-Jen Tsai*, Chen Sheng Wang

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Abstract

As the demands for faster data processing and enterprise computing are increasing, the traditional client/server architecture has gradually been replaced by Grid computing or the peer-to-peer (P2P) model which can share the content or resources over the network. In this paper, a new computing architecture - computing power services (CPS) - has been applied to utilize web services and business process execution language for overcoming the issues about flexibility, compatibility and workflow management. CPS is a lightweight web services based computing power-sharing architecture, and suitable for enterprise computing tasks which can be executed in the batch processes within a trusty network. However, a real-time load balance and dispatching mechanism is needed for distributed-computing architecture like CPS in order to handle computing resources efficiently and properly. Therefore, a fuzzy group decision-making based adaptive collaboration design for CPS is proposed in this paper to provide the real-time computation coordination and quality of service. In this study, the approach has been applied to analyze the robustness of digital watermark by filter bank selection and the performance can be improved in the aspect of speedup, stability and processing time. This scheme increases the overall computing performance and shows stability for the dynamic environment.

Original languageEnglish
Pages (from-to)2921-2936
Number of pages16
JournalExpert Systems with Applications
Volume34
Issue number4
DOIs
StatePublished - 1 May 2008

Keywords

  • Business process execution language
  • Fuzzy decision-making
  • Web services

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