A Human-Centered Semantic Service Platform for the Digital Ecosystems Environment

  title={A Human-Centered Semantic Service Platform for the Digital Ecosystems Environment},
  author={Hai Dong and Farookh Khadeer Hussain and Elizabeth J. Chang},
  journal={World Wide Web},
Digital Ecosystems (DEST) have emerged with the purpose of enhancing communications among small and medium enterprises (SMEs) within the worldwide Business Ecosystem. However, because of the diversity and heterogeneity of the services in the DEST environment, existing commercial products or research outputs cannot be directly applied to this field so as to fulfill the requirements of SMEs. Human-centered computing has been applied to many areas, such as social classification, community-based… 

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