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End User Controlled Web Interaction Flow Using Service Oriented Architecture Model

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In traditional Web applications, user interface and interaction flows are controlled by software programs deployed on the server. These server side software programs are designed and implemented by software programmers, with no or very limited control provided to the end user.Although portal server technology and some JavaScript based solutions try to address this issue by offering some degree of control to the ability to substantially customize user interaction flow is not fully realised.In this paper, we will discuss how to address this limitation by leveraging the service oriented architecture model to build a visualization finite state machine that gives end users control over selection of service interfaces an UI artifacts, which results in a personalized user interface interaction flow and artifacts. We will demonstrate how this approach enables the end user to define a dynamic, highly customizable and individualized web interaction experience.

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2008 IEEE Globecom Workshops

Date of Conference:

Nov. 30 2008-Dec. 4 2008