Scientific Reports:

M. Treiber, D. Schall, S. Dustdar, C. Scherling:
"Crowdsourcing Mobile Workflows with Tweetflows";
Report No. TUV-1841-2011-02, 2011; 15 pages.

English abstract:
The use of mobile devices and applications
(Apps) offer users ubiquitous access to arbitrary Services.
In this paper, we study the applicability of established
SOA concepts in mobile computing scenarios.
In particular, we investigate the application of existing
SOA infrastructure principles like Service registries on
App stores and investigate the concept of App as a
Service. Based on our findings, we introduce a lightweight
flow language that is tailored to mobile Apps
with regard to SOA principles. These efforts are complemented
with a discussion on crowd sourcing aspects,
which drive our proposed approach. We present a prototype
architecture and show how our approach can be
used in a real world application scenario.

service-oriented architectures, mobility, apps, crowdsourcing

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