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 Title & Authors
Integration System Manageable by User on Heterogeneous Service Environment
Kang, Minjung; Kim, Sangwook;
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 Abstract
Integration systems help users consume services more effectively. However, previous integration systems can only enable predefined service cooperation to satisfy users, which is difficult to achieve user-centric service composition in dynamic environments. Therefore, in this paper, a dynamic service integration system is proposed to automatically combine services based on usage history. With this system, services can be dynamically composed to meet users` needs and information can be flexibly transited among heterogeneous services.
 Keywords
Integration System;Service Integration;User-centric;Heterogeneous Services;Data Transmit;
 Language
Korean
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