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Towards a natural interface to adaptive service composition

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Towards a natural interface to adaptive service composition
As computers become ubiquitous in our every day lives, providing a means for true user empowerment will become crucial. Techniques which allow dynamic reuse and composition of existing pieces of networked software (services) can provide a key solution to this problem. However the task of bridging the gap between user capability and the complexities of service composition provides a number of interesting research directions. This paper proposes an architecture for coupling an adaptive and semi-automated service composition system with a natural interface system, examined in the context of a university with a wireless network. The goal of this architecture is to assist in bringing a simplified but ultimately more powerful computing experience to the end user.
Steffen Higel, Tony O'Donnell, Vincent Wade
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Type Conference
Year 2003
Where ISICT
Authors Steffen Higel, Tony O'Donnell, Vincent Wade
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