Towards scenario creation by service composition in ubiquitous environments

Abstract : Ubiquitous computing provides a large access to different functionalities through electronic devices; however these devices are not always thought to function in a set. This limits their use. Scenario creation by service composition makes it possible for end-users to specify their needs more precisely. In Service-Oriented Computing, some frameworks (such as OSGi) provide mechanisms to develop components that provide services; however they are not adapted to end-users and limited for service composition. This is why we developed a new user-centric system. Placed into an appropriate user electronic device, it discovers the available services around him and orders them to provide a better access through a GUI. Users can thus compose services to create a scenario thanks to a graphic adaptation of our ADL. Once created, this scenario can be registered and shared among users. A prototype (still in development) implements our system and demonstrates its feasibility. It can be improved by adding some recovery strategies.
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Matthieu Faure, Luc Fabresse, Marianne Huchard, Christelle Urtado, Sylvain Vauttier. Towards scenario creation by service composition in ubiquitous environments. 9th BElgian-NEtherlands software eVOLution seminar, Dec 2010, Lille, France. pp.145-155. ⟨hal-00618260⟩



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