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Lecture Notes in Computer Science
Mashups are built by combining building blocks, which are commonly referred to as mashup components. These components are characterized by a high level of heterogeneity in terms of technologies, access methods, and the behavior they may exhibit within a mashup. Abstracting away this heterogeneity is the mission of the so-called mashup tools aiming at automating or semi-automating mashup development to serve non-programmers. The challenge is to ensure this abstraction mechanism does not limitdoi:10.1007/978-3-642-27997-3_1 fatcat:ekabvkp32bdc5btj65stskg2qi