A Trust Model for Web Services Ph.D Dissertation Progress Report Candidate: Nelly A. Delessy, Advisor: Dr E.B. Fernandez Department of Computer Science and Engineering Florida Atlantic University, Boca Raton FL. Introduction.
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A Trust Model for Web ServicesPh.D Dissertation Progress ReportCandidate: Nelly A. Delessy, Advisor: Dr E.B. FernandezDepartment of Computer Science and EngineeringFlorida Atlantic University, Boca Raton FL
1. Compare the problem that they solve.
2. If these problems are similar enough, compare the context in which they solve the problems, in particular, one standard can be more general than the other.
3. If their contexts are similar enough, compare the way they solve the problem, in particular, one can balance their respective advantages and liabilities.
4. Use the class diagrams to find some similar components of the solution, but also some similar architectures between these components.