International Journal of Computer Science and Informatics


In this paper, we employed Naïve Bayes, Augmented Naïve Bayes, Tree Augmented Naïve Bayes, Sons & Spouses, Markov Blanket, Augmented Markov Blanket, Semi Supervised and Bayesian network techniques to rank web services. The Bayesian Network is demonstrated on a dataset taken from literature. The dataset consists of 364 web services whose quality is described by 9 attributes. Here, the attributes are treated as criteria, to classify web services. From the experiments, we conclude that Naïve based Bayesian network performs better than other two techniques comparable to the classification done in literature.





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