Composing end-user services
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Service composition is currently a very hot topic in the Service Oriented Computing area. End-user programming is one aspect of this. This thesis proposes one such end-user programming environment for telecom services where a user can create, edit and set up a self defined behaviours when e.g. receiving calls or sms. The environment consists of services which can be used to program the desired behaviour. Some useful service is defined and a xml representation of them has been worked out. The thesis takes a scenario based approach to this and uses different real life composition scenarios to shed light on several aspects of the programming interface and service composition e.g. creating compositions, combining compositions and constraints.