Economic Model Based Cloud Service Composition
Cloud service composition is usually long-term based and driven by meeting the Cloud economic model. We use CP-Net to represent the long-term based economic model. We consider service composition as a Nash game to capture the behaviors of Cloud application providers and IaaS providers. Finally, we propose an economic model based service composition approach in Cloud computing.
KeywordsCloud Computing Economic Model Cloud Service Service Composition Cloud Provider
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