Context for Personalized Web Services
Source of Publication
Proceedings of the 38th Annual Hawaii International Conference on System Sciences
The paper discusses the way context is used for Web services personalization. A Web service is an accessible application that other applications and humans can discover and trigger to satisfy various needs such as car rental. Context is the information that characterizes the interactions between humans, applications, and the surrounding environment. Web services are personalized so that users' preferences can be accommodated. Preferences are of different types varying from when the execution of a Web service should start to where the outcome of this execution should be delivered. Besides users' preferences, this paper highlights that the resources on which the Web services are performed have an impact on Web services personalization.
Maamar, Z.; Mostefaoui, S.K.; and Mahmoud, Q.H., "Context for Personalized Web Services" (2005). All Works. 1063.
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