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A user-centric vision of service-oriented Pervasive Information Systems

Abstract : Information Systems (IS) have massively adopted service orientation by exposing their functionalities as services. With the evolution of mobile technologies (smartphones, 3G/4G networks, etc.), such systems are now confronted with a new pervasive environment for which they were not originally designed. Indeed, pervasive environments are characterized by their heterogeneity and dynamicity due to their evolving context and their need for transparency. None of these features are particularly considered in traditional IS designed for stable and controlled office environments. In our new vision for service- oriented Pervasive Information Systems (PIS), the user becomes the center of these systems. This paper presents a user-centric service-oriented vision for PIS based on a context-aware intentional approach, which considers the user intention and the context in which this intention arises as a guiding principle for service description, discovery, prediction and recommendation.
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Salma Najar, Manuele Kirsch Pinheiro, Bénédicte Le Grand, Carine Souveyet. A user-centric vision of service-oriented Pervasive Information Systems. IEEE RCIS 2014, May 2014, Marrakesh, Morocco. pp.359-370. ⟨hal-01020987⟩



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