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Multi-functional service oriented system development for user-driven adaptability

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4 Author(s)
Kenzi, A. ; Lab. SI2M, ENSIAS, Rabat ; El Asri, B. ; Nassar, M. ; Kriouile, A.

Modern enterprises need to respond effectively and pertinently to users need in a competitive markets. In order to cope with the dynamic nature of user profiles, we propose, in this paper, a multi-functional service oriented system development. While the concept of a service is not new on itself, the multi-functional one provides a convenient new concept which addresses separate properties that cope to different user business domain respecting information pertinence and access right definition. So we focus on a user-driven adaptability of services components. Thus, we present multi-functional service concept; we give a process to identify services common and specific interest according to different user through use cases. We continue our process so to design and deploy such services in the context of the model driven architecture.

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Information and Communication Technologies: From Theory to Applications, 2008. ICTTA 2008. 3rd International Conference on

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7-11 April 2008