[LAS17] Self-controlled Components for Human-machine Interaction Services

Conférence Internationale avec comité de lecture : IHM 2017 - 29ème Conférence sur l’Interaction Homme-Machine, August 2017, pp.233-242, Poitiers, France, (DOI: 10.1145/3132129.3132153)

Mots clés: Human-machine interaction services, Quality of service, Self-control, Service composition

Résumé: Cloud computing and Future Internet promise a new ecosystem where everything is "as a service", reachable and connectable anywhere and anytime, everyone succeeding in getting a service composition that meets his needs. Applications are now being constructed as micro-services compositions integrating more and more functionalities including human-machine interaction. We must answer the following questions: Can a human-machine interaction be implemented using microservices and can we control its behavior? Based on a service composition entity called Self-Controlled Component (SCC), we show how a human-machine interaction can be decomposed into elementary microservices. In addition, the self-controlling mechanisms integrated in the SCCs make it possible to check the quality of service rendered for this interaction to introduce automation necessary for the dynamic reactions. The objective of this new concept is to provide a quality of service (QoS) guaranteed for the whole of a composite application.

Collaboration: Télécom ParisTech


@inproceedings {
title="{Self-controlled Components for Human-machine Interaction Services}",
author=" F. Lemoine and T. Aubonnet and N. Simoni ",
booktitle="{IHM 2017 - 29ème Conférence sur l’Interaction Homme-Machine}",
address="Poitiers, France",