When social software meets business process management

This source preferred by Lai Xu and Paul De Vrieze

Authors: Xie, L., de Vrieze, P.T. and Xu, L.

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Start date: 24 November 2009

Pages: 238-243

Publisher: IEEE

ISBN: 978-1-60558-710-3

The Internet has continually changed our life. Social software is viewed as a set of web-based applications that allow users to interact and share data with each other. Mashups, a new web 2.0 technology, have become very important as Web applications to facilitate communities users with similar interests to achieve efficiency and improved performance. Currently, the uses of the mashups are often more data related than process related. In this paper we explore what can be added to extend data-oriented mashups into process oriented mashups, based on a motivating example, go further in depth on process-oriented mashups. Efforts are still needed before we are able to easily connect existing web resources for implementing process-oriented mashups.

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Authors: Xie, L., De Vrieze, P. and Xu, L.

Journal: ICCIT 2009 - 4th International Conference on Computer Sciences and Convergence Information Technology

Pages: 238-243

ISBN: 9780769538969

DOI: 10.1109/ICCIT.2009.19

The Internet has continually changed our life. Social software is viewed as a set of web-based applications that allow users to interact and share data with each other. Mashups, a new web 2.0 technology, have become very important as Web applications to facilitate communities users with similar interests to achieve efficiency and improved performance. Currently, the uses of the mashups are often more data related than process related. In this paper we explore what can be added to extend data-oriented mashups into process-oriented mashups, based on a motivating example, go further in depth on process-oriented mashups. Efforts are still needed before we are able to easily connect existing web resources for implementing process-oriented mashups. © 2009 IEEE.

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Authors: Xie, L., de Vrieze, P. and Xu, L.

Journal: ICCIT: 2009 FOURTH INTERNATIONAL CONFERENCE ON COMPUTER SCIENCES AND CONVERGENCE INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY, VOLS 1 AND 2

Pages: 238-+

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