Enhanced User Support for Mobile Ad-hoc-Processes
||Enhanced User Support for Mobile Ad-hoc-Processes
||Klaus Haller, Michelle Ackermann, Claudio Munari, Can Türker
||Beitragsband zum Workshop Grundlagen und Anwendungen mobiler InformationstechnologieFakultät für Informatik, Universität Magdeburg
||Institut für Informationssysteme
In ubiquitous application scenarios, the information (processing) needs
of nomadic users often cannot be satisfied by a set of pre-installed
processes like in common workflow systems. Instead, nomadic users require
ad-hoc processes that are unique (personalized) and usually do not appear
in the same way more than once. As a consequence, ubiquitous applications
also require a sophisticated user management such that ad-hoc processes
and users may find each other and interact dynamically, for instance,
to implement/use location-aware services. In addition, ad-hoc processes
must be able to dynamically adapt to changing conditions which often
occur in ubiquitous application scenarios.We recently implemented user
management, location-based services, and dynamic process changes as an
integral part of the AMOR (Agents, MObility, tRansactions) system. This
paper sketches these extensions of AMOR towards a prototype system for a
peer-to-peer-based ubiquitous process execution environment with enhanced
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