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International Journal of Information Technology & Computer Science ( IJITCS )

Abstract :

The basic idea of Service Oriented Architecture (SOA) is to compose an application as a set of services that are language and platform independent, communicate with each other.Therefore,  the software’s nowadays are  designed and  built through  composing web services to support enterprise applications integration. In this paper,    an agent  was introduced to compose web services based on user preferences to fulfill a certain process, where the user preferences  are  essential for determining which web service are to be selected.   In other word, the  agent designed to maintain the following function: an intelligent web services selection  and planning  based on user preferences(such as price or availability),    along with  web services execution, tracking and adaptation.

Keywords :

: software Agent, Web services, Service composition, User preferences.

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