Institute of Mathematics and Informatics Bulgarian Academy of Sciences
Serdica Journal of Computing, Vol. 1, No 3, (2007), 229p-240p
The current paper introduces the usage of subjective evaluations
by others as a tool that can support consumers' decisions. It summarizes
the features of the main UDDI registry providers and presents an extension
to any UDDI registry allowing users of the registry to publish subjective
evaluations for any artifact found in it and to search for artifacts, based on
subjective evaluations. The paper outlines some typical business scenarios,
in which the proposed extension would be useful, and introduces some areas
for feature work and improvement.
The paper has been presented at the International Conference Pioneers of Bulgarian
Mathematics, Dedicated to Nikola Obreshko and Lubomir Tschakalo , So a, July, 2006.