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Rohitkumar Rudrappa Wagdarikar ◽  
Sandhya P

<p>A WS provides the communication between heterogeneous systems. While performing this operation, we need to focus on QoS of consumer, provider and registry directory. There will be some parameters like WS selection, prediction and rank these are parameters need to consider while QoS implementation in web services. While performing integration in web services we need to focus on QoS requirements regarding server and network performance. Performance of WS is related to locations i.e the network distance and the Internet connections between consumer and provider. There will be more QoS approach which works on consumers collected QoS data, based on this data system can predict the QoS of WS. Throughput and response time are the QoS of WS. In this paper, we have proposed parallel XML parser, by which we can parse UDDI, WSDL and SOAP XML files parallel by which it will improve the response time and throughput of WS.</p>

2018 ◽  
Vol 16 (1) ◽  
pp. 88-100 ◽  
Richard Schweizer ◽  
Anne Honey ◽  
Nicola Hancock ◽  
Bridget Berry ◽  
Shifra Waks ◽  

2017 ◽  
Vol 7 (1) ◽  
pp. 14-20
Samantha M. Hack ◽  
Anjana Muralidharan ◽  
Clayton H. Brown ◽  
Alicia A. Lucksted ◽  
Jennifer Patterson

Current research has found that higher rates of patient-centered care (PCC) are associated with greater treatment adherence and positive treatment outcomes. However, the instruments used to access PCC primarily collect data on provider behavior, rather than consumer participation in PCC, despite the necessary co-equal and collaborative nature of PCC interactions.Cross-sectional survey data was collected from 82 mental health care consumers receiving services at two Veterans Health Administration (VHA) facilities. Participants completed surveys on perceptions of PCC, consumer involvement in care, therapeutic alliance, medication adherence, and mental health care system mistrust.Pearson correlations examined associations between scales. Multiple regression analyses were used to test whether person-centeredness and consumer involvement in care are significant independent explanatory predictors of the identified outcome variables. Significant correlation between the consumer participation and PCC subscales was mixed. Higher levels of PCC were associated with greater therapeutic alliance, less suspicion of mental health care systems, less perception of lack of support from providers, and less beliefs about group disparities in care. Consumer involvement was only significantly related to suspicion of mental health care systems.Perceived PCC was a better explanatory variable than consumer involvement in care for most of the dependent variables. This may be a function of the locus of each outcome variable. When selecting PCC measures, researchers may wish to consider whether the variables of interest are related to the consumer-/provider-as-person or the consumer-provider relationship in order to inform instrument selection.

2016 ◽  
Vol 15 (1) ◽  
Amruta Dixit ◽  
Ming-Chieh Lee ◽  
Brittany Goettsch ◽  
Yaw Afrane ◽  
Andrew K. Githeko ◽  

2013 ◽  
Vol 30 (3) ◽  
pp. 221-234
Andrew S. Griffith ◽  
Russell Abratt

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