Broker Architectures for Service-Oriented Systems
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Overview: Service-oriented architectures are complex systems with multiple clients and providers each competing to acquire as much benefit as possible out of the system. Each actor, or system participant, has limited knowledge about the system and only has control over its local decision making policies. From this fragmented and actor isolated structure, a global architecture must emerge. Within this chaotic, competitive environment, it is important for system services and resources to be managed and used effectively and efficiently. For this to occur, a difficult matching of clients and providers must take place.