Cluster Computing

, Volume 21, Issue 1, pp 1151–1160 | Cite as

A study on web services discovery system based on the internetof things user information

  • Sungho Sim
  • Hanyong ChoiEmail author


IoT is a technology that provides service and shares information through connecting real objects through wireless and wired networks. Various services and information divided through IoT based environment device cooperation not only increases the quality of life in individuals but also has become an important issue in the development of various industrial fields. IoT service development appropriate for applicable industries and personal requirements is required. This study suggests a system that can provide a web service list appropriate for the user when selecting service by using a concept of applying and collecting various forms of information created in IoT environment while using web service. The suggested method applies user IoT information with traditional web service search to include the advantages of the existing search methods and services that the user needs. Thus, user friendly service selection that can increase the efficiency of service use is created compared with the traditional provider centered service provision environment. The study defines usable service properties and derives IoT service components. Based on this, we suggest an IoT information based web service search system and algorithm. Diverse user information models collected and created through IoT collector are provided with user requirements during service selection and based on user IoT information, useful service for individual user environment can be discovered and provided. The suggested method utilizes information models created through IoT device elements to suggest a system model that can be utilized for various requirements and rapidly changing services.


IoT Web service Service discovery IoT information 


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Authors and Affiliations

  1. 1.School of Information and Communication SystemsSemyung UniversityJecheonKorea
  2. 2.Division of IT Convergence EngineeringShinhan UniversityDongducheonKorea

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