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Context-Aware Data and IT Services Collaboration in E-Business

Abstract : This paper discusses the use of services in the design and develop-ment of adaptable business processes, which should let organizations quickly react to changes in regulations and needs. Two types of services are adopted namely Data and Information Technology. A data service is primarily used to hide the complexity of accessing distributed and heterogeneous data sources, while an information technology service is primarily used to hide the complex-ity of running requests that cross organizational boundaries. The combination of both services takes place under the control of another service, which is denoted by service domain. A service domain orchestrates and manages data and infor-mation technology services in response to the events that arise and changes that occur. This happens because service domains are sensible to context. Policies and aspect-oriented programming principles support the exercise of packaging data and information technology services into service domains as well as mak-ing service domains adapt to business changes.
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Khouloud Boukadi, Chirine Ghedira, Zakaria Maamar, Djamal Benslimane, Lucien Vincent. Context-Aware Data and IT Services Collaboration in E-Business. Transactions on Large-Scale Data- and Knowledge-Centered Systems, Springer Berlin / Heidelberg, 2009, 5740, 1, pp.91-115. ⟨hal-01437765⟩



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