Mobile web services discovery and invocation through auto-generation of abstract multimodal interface
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With the advancement in wireless technologies in general and mobile devices capabilities in particular, ubiquitous access of mobile Web services continues to be in the focal point of research. This paper presents a novel architecture for discovery and invocation of mobile Web services through automatically generated abstract multimodal user interface for these services. A prototype has been developed to auto-generate user interface based on XForms and VoiceXml from a WDSL file. In this proposed architecture, the discovered Web services are invoked dynamically with a transparent mechanism. Moreover, the proposed architecture is a component-based architecture that provides its core functionality as Web services.
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