Talks and Poster Presentations (with Proceedings-Entry):

A. Anjomshoaa, G. Bader, A. Tjoa:
"Exploiting Mashup Architecture in Business Use Cases";
Keynote Lecture: International Conference on Network-Based Information Systems, Indianapolis, USA (invited); 2009-08-19 - 2009-08-21; in: "2009 International Conference on Network-Based Information Systems", IEEE, (2009), ISBN: 9780769537672; xx - xxvii.

English abstract:
Evolution of Service Oriented Architecture has
changed the outlook of business models. The business processes
and services are not limited at organizational level any more,
but they can also be used by external partners. Modern
business solutions may be composed of many services that are
provided and supported by physically distributed business
partners. On the other hand customization and personalization
of services are not the first priority of service providers which
has made the application of services by end users more
difficult. By the emergence of Web 2.0, business processes can
benefit from more efficient communication methods. The shift
away from traditional Web 1.0, is forced by the growing need
for more efficient information sharing, collaboration and
business processes. Mashup Architecture is one of the
outcomes of Web 2.0 paradigm that has been widely accepted
and used for user-centric information processing. At the
moment mashups are mainly used for less fundamental tasks
such as customized queries and map-based visualizations;
however it has the potential to be used for more fundamental,
complex and sophisticated tasks too. In this paper the latter
aspect of Mashup architecture will be discussed in more details
and the role it can play in business processes will be tailored
with some specific use cases.

Mashup; SOA; Web 2.0; Semantic Web; Ontology; Business Process; Business Intelligence

Electronic version of the publication:

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