Despite the extent of the ecosystem of mobility services and the disparate functionalities they offer, organizing journeys by properly exploiting them and enhancing their interoperability is still a complex task. Moreover, the high degree of dynamicity characterizing modern service-based systems requires to make them able to self-adapt at runtime. In this paper, we present ATLAS, a world-wide travel assistant able to provide accurate and context-aware traveling solutions, supporting users for the whole travel duration. ATLAS has been realized by exploiting a tool to engineer adaptive by design service-based systems operating in open and dynamic environments.

ATLAS: A new way to exploit world-wide mobility services

Bucchiarone, Antonio
;
Marconi, Annapaola
2019

Abstract

Despite the extent of the ecosystem of mobility services and the disparate functionalities they offer, organizing journeys by properly exploiting them and enhancing their interoperability is still a complex task. Moreover, the high degree of dynamicity characterizing modern service-based systems requires to make them able to self-adapt at runtime. In this paper, we present ATLAS, a world-wide travel assistant able to provide accurate and context-aware traveling solutions, supporting users for the whole travel duration. ATLAS has been realized by exploiting a tool to engineer adaptive by design service-based systems operating in open and dynamic environments.
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