Talks and Poster Presentations (without Proceedings-Entry):
"Mixed Service-Oriented Systems";
Talk: Dagstuhl Seminar 10301: Perspectives Workshop on Service Value Networks,
Dagstuhl, Germany (invited);
The Web is evolving rapidly by allowing people to publish information and services.
At the heart of this trend, interactions become increasingly complex and
dynamic spanning both humans and software services. The transformation of
how people collaborate and interact on the Web has been poorly leveraged in
existing service-oriented architectures (SOA). In SOA, compositions are based
on Web services following the loose coupling and dynamic discovery paradigm.
We argue that people should be able to de ne interaction interfaces (services)
following the same principles to avoid the need for parallel systems of softwarebased
services (SBS) and Human-Provided Services (HPS). The fundamental
questions addressed by the HPS approach are: which aspects of users' activities
are most relevant for provisioning expertise and how can people provide personalized
services? The bene t of this approach is a seamless service-oriented
infrastructure of human- and software services.
Human-Provided Services, Mixed Systems
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