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Principles of Personalisation of Service Discovery

Papay, Juri and Miles, Simon and Luck, Michael and Moreau, Luc and Payne, Terry (2004) Principles of Personalisation of Service Discovery. In: Proceedings of the UK OST e-Science second All Hands Meeting 2004, Nottingham, UK.

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Official URL: http://eprints.ecs.soton.ac.uk/10221/

Abstract

We define personalisation as the set of capabilities that enables a user or an organisation to customise their working environment to suit their specific needs, preferences and circumstances. In the context of service discovery on the Grid, the demand for personalisation comes from individual users, who want their preferences to be taken into account during the search and selection of suitable services. These preferences can express, for example, the reliability of a service, quality of results, functionality, and so on. In this paper, we identify the problems related to personalising service discovery and present our solution: a personalised service registry or View. We describe scenarios in which personsalised service discovery would be useful and describe how our technology achieves them.

Item Type:Conference or Workshop Item (Paper)
Subjects:UNSPECIFIED
ID Code:85
Deposited By:Dr Simon Miles
Deposited On:26 Oct 2007 14:21
Last Modified:18 Apr 2009 22:58

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