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1 Evaluation QoS Distribution Generation Result for Web Services In Figure 1, solid lines represent the QoS distributions generated by QoSDIST. It can be seen that QoS distributions obtained by QoSDIST are able to represent R. Meersman et al. ): OTM 2010 Workshops, LNCS 6428, pp. 10–11, 2010. 5 0 2 Response Time 0 2000 4000 6000 4 x 10 (a) Random Image PDF 8000 10000 Response Time 12000 14000 16000 (b) Dilbert PDF Fig. 1. QoS Probability Distributions for Web Services the real QoS distributions for Web services while standard statistical distributions (t location-scale and normal distributions) do not have this ability.