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24-08-2019 | Original Research Paper | Issue 3/2019

Service Oriented Computing and Applications 3/2019

Data mining service recommendation based on dataset features

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Service Oriented Computing and Applications > Issue 3/2019
Authors:
Bayan I. Alghofaily, Chen Ding
Important notes
This paper is a revised and expanded version of a paper entitled ‘Meta-Feature Based Data Mining Service Selection and Recommendation Using Machine Learning Models’ presented at the ‘2018 IEEE 15th International Conference on e-Business Engineering (ICEBE)’, Xi’an, China, 12–14 October 2018, pp. 17–24. https://​doi.​org/​10.​1109/​icebe.​2018.​00014.

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Abstract

Quality of service (QoS)-based web service selection has been studied in the service computing community for some time. However, characteristics of the input dataset that is going to be processed by the web service are not usually considered in the selection process, even though they might have impact on QoS values of the service, e.g. latency on processing a bigger dataset is higher than that on a smaller dataset, one service takes longer time to process a certain dataset than another service. To address this issue, in this work, we take into consideration the dataset features in the QoS-based service recommendation process and we focus on data mining services because their QoS values could be highly dependent on dataset features. We propose two approaches for data mining service recommendations and compare their performances. In the first approach, we use a meta-learning algorithm to incorporate dataset features in the recommendation process and study the use of different machine learning algorithms (both classification models and regression models) as meta-learners in recommending data mining services for the given dataset. We also investigate the impact of the number of dataset features on the performance of the meta-learners. In the second approach, we propose a novel technique of using factor analysis for web service recommendation. We use decomposition technique to identify latent features of the input dataset and then recommend services by exploiting these latent variables. Our proposed approach of web service recommendation based on latent features was shown to be a more robust model with an accuracy of 85% compared to meta-feature-based recommendation.

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