Technical Challenges in Mixed Service Systems
Lavina Jean Crasta1, H. Harsha Vardhan2
1Lavina Jean Crasta, Department of Computer Science and Engineering, Srinivas Institute of Technology, Valachil, Mangalore (Karnataka), India.
2H.Harsha Vardhan, Department of Computer Science and Engineering, Srinivas Institute of Technology, Valachil, Mangalore (Karnataka), India.
Manuscript received on 10 July 2013 | Revised Manuscript received on 18 July 2013 | Manuscript Published on 30 July 2013 | PP: 39-41 | Volume-3 Issue-2, July 2013 | Retrieval Number: B0996073213/13©BEIESP
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Abstract: A coming together of the technological networks that connect computers on the internet and the social networks that link humans for millennia has been observed in the past few decades. Even as this has led to the changes in the styles of communication, the media has also remained governed by long standing principles of human social interaction. Web-based collaborations have become vital in today’s business environments. They have paved the way for new type of collaborative system. As collaborative Web-based platforms develop into service oriented architectures (SOA), they promote mixed user enriched services. Due to the availability of various SOA frameworks, Web services emerged as the de facto technology to realize flexible compositions of services. Knowledge-intensive environments clearly demand for provisioning of human expertise along with sharing of computing resources or business data through software-based services. To address the challenges, an adaptive approach allowing humans to provide their expertise through services using SOA standards, such as Web Services Description Language (WSDL) and Simple Object Access Protocol (SOAP) is introduced. The seamless integration of humans in the SOA loop triggers numerous social implications, such as evolving expertise and drifting interests of human service providers.
Keywords: Human Provided Services, Service Avatar, Service Oriented Architecture.
Scope of the Article: Service Discovery and Composition