A Resource Oriented Framework for Context-Aware Enterprise Applications. Duggal, D. and Malyk, W. In pages 33-38.
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The Ideate Framework is the result of a property-driven software development effort intended to improve the effectiveness and efficiency of Knowledge-work. The keys to supporting such work are identified as context-awareness and mass-customization, both of which are provided for by the framework in a practical, lightweight, scalable, and adaptable manner. Underpinning the framework is a new hybrid architecture promoting the scalability of distributed enterprise systems and the delivery of server-driven applications. The architecture shares some similarity to the Representational State Transfer (REST) style, against which it is contrasted. In addition, this paper describes the key components of the Ideate Framework, and compares the results against other related approaches.
@inproceedings{ dug11,
  crossref = {wsrest2011},
  author = {Dave Duggal and William Malyk},
  title = {A Resource Oriented Framework for Context-Aware Enterprise Applications},
  pages = {33-38},
  doi = {10.1145/1967428.1967438},
  abstract = {The Ideate Framework is the result of a property-driven software development effort intended to improve the effectiveness and efficiency of Knowledge-work. The keys to supporting such work are identified as context-awareness and mass-customization, both of which are provided for by the framework in a practical, lightweight, scalable, and adaptable manner. Underpinning the framework is a new hybrid architecture promoting the scalability of distributed enterprise systems and the delivery of server-driven applications. The architecture shares some similarity to the Representational State Transfer (REST) style, against which it is contrasted. In addition, this paper describes the key components of the Ideate Framework, and compares the results against other related approaches.}
}
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