2010
DOI: 10.1007/978-3-642-11532-5_12
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Abstract: Service creation is the next big end-user driven hype in the technology arena. As the first Web 2.0 services are already enabling techinclined users to build their own composite services, this trend will lead to a huge set of new features and services will be provided by all stakeholders. This paper illustrates the incoming trends of the end-user driven service creation with extensive new features, and provides five main research topics from both technical and business perspective. The underlying key technolog… Show more

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“…The limitations of SOA could be summarized as:  Exclusion of the end user from the hierarchy of the SOA actors: users kept away and out of the loop. In fact, the SOA technologies (WSDL, SOAP, SCA, BPEL, etc) are hard to master and require advanced knowledge (Nestler et al, 2009;Zhao et al, 2009).  Rigidity, heaviness and incompatibility of SOA implementations with the real constraints of end users: o Lack of accessibility: UDDI registries are dedicated to expert; therefore, end users have to browse different web sites in order to use services.…”
Section: Problems and Limitations Of Soamentioning
confidence: 99%
“…The limitations of SOA could be summarized as:  Exclusion of the end user from the hierarchy of the SOA actors: users kept away and out of the loop. In fact, the SOA technologies (WSDL, SOAP, SCA, BPEL, etc) are hard to master and require advanced knowledge (Nestler et al, 2009;Zhao et al, 2009).  Rigidity, heaviness and incompatibility of SOA implementations with the real constraints of end users: o Lack of accessibility: UDDI registries are dedicated to expert; therefore, end users have to browse different web sites in order to use services.…”
Section: Problems and Limitations Of Soamentioning
confidence: 99%
“…PD implies some forms of democratic [26] or multilateral [27] participation of users together with other stakeholders involved in the design project. Some approaches even propose to support users in implementing their needs themselves through co-creation tools which are adapted to those who are not expert designers [31][32][33]. These approaches, seen as an extension of participatory design in the field of computer science, are based on environments or languages understandable by users, according to their own level of understanding.…”
Section: Introductionmentioning
confidence: 99%
“…Since different users have unique purposes and preferences, there is no single design pattern can be applied to satisfy all users' requirements. One promising solution is user generated service (UGS) [1], which aims to enlarge user personalization through their "DiY" manner. The ultimate goal of UGS is to allow non-expert users to be engaged in this innovative practice.…”
Section: Introductionmentioning
confidence: 99%