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Integrating Human-Services using WebComposition/UIX

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Conference Paper

Year

2011

Authors

Olexiy Chudnovskyy

Olexiy Chudnovskyy

brase

gaedke

Event

12th International Middleware Conference

Location

Proceedings of the 12th International Middleware Conference

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Abstract

The Service-Oriented Architectures are often applied to build dynamic Web 2.0 collaboration platforms. As one sees in many crowdsourcing scenarios, not only automated services are involved into such environments - the so called humanprovided services are also an integral part of these platforms. It is the users, who produce content, assess products, execute tasks and make decisions. The fact, that the system relies on services 'implemented' by people, puts additional requirements on the underlying middleware, especially in the context of user interface aspects, including presentation, interaction and dialog design. In this paper, we describe our approach to extend middleware systems to support humanoriented services. We present the WebComposition/UIX framework, which can be used for automatic generation, conguration and maintenance of user interfaces.

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Olexiy Chudnovskyy, Sebastian Brandt, Martin Gaedke, : Integrating Human-Services using WebComposition/UIX; Proceedings of the 12th International Middleware Conference

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Service Infrastructures




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