Semantic web service discovery for mobile web services
by A. Bhuvaneswari; G.R. Karpagam
International Journal of Business Intelligence and Data Mining (IJBIDM), Vol. 13, No. 1/2/3, 2018

Abstract: The process of service discovery is the most important task in web services. But this service discovery process may degrade network performance due to the mobile environment. To overcome these issues, a new approach called 'semantic mobile web services (SMWS)' is proposed. This proposed semantic mobile web services is used for a better discovery process even in the high mobile environment. By using the query request (QRY REQ), response (RSP) packets, user can identify the location of the mobile node as well as discover the web services with the minimum utilisation of bandwidth resources. During the service discovery process, a service registrar is included between service requester and service provider to reduce overhead. The process of matchmaking produces the exact match responses for the respective requestor queries. This helps to increase the quality of performance and network efficiency. Simulation has analysed the performance of the proposed semantic mobile web services.

Online publication date: Fri, 03-Nov-2017

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