Classification of web services using data mining algorithms and improved learning model

M. Swami Das, A. Govardhan, D. Vijaya Lakshmi


As per the global digital report, 52.9% of the world population is using the internet, and 42% of the world population is actively using e-commerce, banking, and other online applications. Web services
are software components accessed using networked communications and provide services to end users. Software developers provide a high quality of web service. To meet the demands of user requirements, it is necessary for a developer to ensure quality architecture and quality of services. To meet the demands of user measure service quality by the ranking of web services, in this paper, we analyzed QWS dataset
and found important parameters are best practices, successability, availability, response time, reliability and throughput, and compliance. We have used various data mining techniques and conducted
experiments to classify QWS data set into four categorical values as class1, 2, 3, and 4. The results are compared with various techniques random forest, artificial neural network, J48 decision tree, extreme
gradient boosting, K-nearest neighbor, and support vector machine. Multiple classifiers analyzed, and it was observed that the classifier technique eXtreme gradient boosting got the maximum accuracy of
98.44%, and random forest got the accuracy of 98.13%. In future, we can extend the quality of web service for mixed attributes.


classification; data mining; QoS; web services;

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