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    Service Research Challenges and Solutions for the Future Internet

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    The advances in modern technology development and future technology changes dictate new challenges and requirements to the engineering and provision of services and service-based systems (SBS). These services and systems should become drastically more flexible; they should be able to operate and evolve in highly dynamic environments and to adequately react to various changes in these environments. In these settings, adaptability becomes a key feature of services as it provides a way for an application to continuously change itself in order to satisfy new contextual requirements. Events and conditions triggering application adaptation include: changes in the infrastructural layer of the application due to quality of service changes; changes of the (hybrid) application context and location; changes of the user types, preferences, and constraints that require application customization and personalization as a means to adapt the application behavior to a particular user; changes in the functionalities provided by the component services that requires modifying the way in which services are composed and coordinated; and changes in the way the service is being used and managed by its consumers, which in turn leads to changes in the application requirements.

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    Title : Service Research Challenges and Solutions for the Future Internet
    Author(s) : Mike Papazoglou, Klaus Pohl, Michael Parkin, Andreas Metzger
    Abstract : The advances in modern technology development and future technology changes dictate new challenges and requirements to the engineering and provision of services and service-based systems (SBS). These services and systems should become drastically more flexible; they should be able to operate and evolve in highly dynamic environments and to adequately react to various changes in these environments. In these settings, adaptability becomes a key feature of services as it provides a way for an application to continuously change itself in order to satisfy new contextual requirements. Events and conditions triggering application adaptation include: changes in the infrastructural layer of the application due to quality of service changes; changes of the (hybrid) application context and location; changes of the user types, preferences, and constraints that require application customization and personalization as a means to adapt the application behavior to a particular user; changes in the functionalities provided by the component services that requires modifying the way in which services are composed and coordinated; and changes in the way the service is being used and managed by its consumers, which in turn leads to changes in the application requirements.
    Subject : unspecified
    Area : Other
    Language : English
    Year : 2010

    Affiliations European Research Institute in Service Science, Univ. of Tilburg, Tilburg
    Editors : Mike P. Papazoglou, Klaus Pohl, Michael Parkin, Andreas Metzger
    Volume : 6500
    Publisher : Springer Berlin Heidelberg
    City : Berlin, Heidelberg
    Pages : 117-156-156
    Url : http://www.springerlink.com/index/10.1007/978-3-642-17599-2
    Isbn : 978-3-642-17598-5
    Doi : 10.1007/978-3-642-17599-2

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