A Flowable Service Model for Seamless Integration of Services

Y. Zhu, R.Y. Shtykh, Q. Jin, and J. Ma (Japan)


Services computing, flowable services, HumanInformation Processing (HIP), HIP-inspired servicesintegration


In this paper we introduce a novel model called flowable service model to seamlessly integrate diverse services in an intuitive “flowable” way. With this model we seek to achieve maximum satisfaction of both service providers and consumers, and reduce the delivery cost of services at the same time. We describe the principal characteristics of the model and its peculiarities, and illustrate ideas on mediation and integration of flow services inspired by Human Information Processing.

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