Context-aware Secure Service Composition Planning and Execution on E-Health Environments

António Lopes, Paulo Costa, Federico Bergenti, Matthias Klusch, Bastian Blankenburg, Thorsten Möller, Heiko Schuldt
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Proceedings of 1st European Conference on E-Health (ECEH06)
Fribourg, Switzerland
Emergency Health-Care based scenarios provide the motivation to develop supporting technologies for dealing with situations where people need medical assistance because of a sudden disease or emergency. The innovative combination of intelligent agent technology, semantic Web services, peer-to-peer, and mobile computing for intelligent peer-to-peer mobile service environments is the corner stone of the CASCOM project, which aims at providing a value-added support for business services for mobile workers and users across mobile and fixed networks, especially for e-health environments. In this paper, we describe the technical approach developed in the CASCOM project for the context-aware secure composition planning and execution of semantic web services.