Composite process-personalization with service-oriented architecture



  • The integration of large systems remains problematic in spite of advances in composite services approaches, such as Web services and business process technologies. The next challenge in integration is composite process-personalization (CPP), which involves addressing the needs of the interaction worker. An interaction worker participates and drives business processes. As these workers increasingly perform their work from mobile devices, CPP becomes an important area of mobile research. In this chapter, an agent-based approach to composite services development is introduced, addressing the lack of CPP in integration. A case study is used to demonstrate the steps in the agent-based approach. © 2009, IGI Global.
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    Digital Object Identifier (doi)

    International Standard Book Number (isbn) 13

  • 9781605661568
  • Start Page

  • 226
  • End Page

  • 244