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000196225 245__ $$aOn the Situated Semantics of Service Systems
000196225 269__ $$a2013
000196225 260__ $$c2013
000196225 336__ $$aConference Papers
000196225 520__ $$aService System refers to the group of entities that work together to implement a service. An important challenge for the service designer is to organize her conceptualization of the service in a way that helps her identify the functional components required to engineer the service. At a basic level of conceptualization, the functional relevance of an observed category can be historically inspired, empirically informed, rationally thought, or pragmatically focused. From a service-design perspective, the interest in a given phenomenon is limited to its functional organization, which requires taking an exclusively pragmatic view of the world. In this paper, we propose a role-based approach to modeling categories, which requires service-designers assign functional and non-functional roles to categories by making explicit their interpretation of the conceptual relevance of these categories. Staying aware of the design choices will help the service-designer develop an informed model of observed reality, leading to better alignment between the scope and the purpose of the design activity.
000196225 6531_ $$acritical reflection
000196225 6531_ $$acognitive grounding
000196225 6531_ $$asituated role assignment
000196225 6531_ $$afunctional roles
000196225 700__ $$aSaxena, Anshuman
000196225 700__ $$g112464$$aWegmann, Alain$$0241922
000196225 7112_ $$dDecember 13-16, 2013$$cKauai, Hawaii, USA$$aIEEE International Conference on Service-oriented Computing and Applications (SOCA)
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