Kahina Hamadache

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In this paper we present an original approach to model the user communication context and enable then context-aware communication services. The context is modeled through an ontology written in the W3C’s standard language OWL. Our ontology is enhanced into an active model by providing it a rule engine and a set of inference rules. To illustrate our(More)
With the evolution of service computing ecosystems and the promises of the Cloud, there is an increasing need for service evaluation and monitoring across a wide range of QoS dimensions. Although in the literature service monitoring is tightly coupled with Service Level Agreement establishment, existing approaches do not provide a holistic model for Cloud(More)
computer supported Collaborative Work (CSCW) has been a hot point in researches for some decades. Recent advances in software and hardware technologies have allowed the use of more and more advanced applications and services. It also brought computing capabilities to mobile devices such as smartphones and laptops. This has led to an extensive use of(More)
In this paper we define an ontological model to accurately represent the context in Pervasive Computer Supported Collaborative Work. A major issue in this domain is the mass of information required to correctly depict a situation. As we need to represent users and devices according to multiple aspects (physical, computational, social …) the amount of(More)
—In this paper we present an hybrid architecture for a computer supported collaborative work in pervasive computing environment simulator. This architecture supports pure simulation mode where all agents are simulated, real deployment where it seamlessly integrates pervasive computing to the computer supported collaborative work and finally an hybrid mode(More)