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2005
Springer

A Compositional Framework for Service Interaction Patterns and Interaction Flows

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A Compositional Framework for Service Interaction Patterns and Interaction Flows
We provide precise high-level models for eight fundamental service interaction patterns, together with schemes for their composition into complex service-based business process interconnections and interaction flows, supporting software-engineered business process management in multi-party collaborative environments. The mathematical nature of our models provides a basis for a rigorous execution-platform-independent analysis, in particular for benchmarking web services functionality. The models can also serve as accurate standard specifications, subject to further design leading by stepwise refinement to implementations. We begin by defining succinct rigorous models to mathematically capture the behavioral meaning of four basic bilateral business process interaction patterns (Sect. 1), together with their refinements to four basic multilateral interaction patterns (Sect. 2). We then illustrate with characteristic examples how by appropriate combinations and refinements of these e...
Alistair P. Barros, Egon Börger
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Type Conference
Year 2005
Where ICFEM
Authors Alistair P. Barros, Egon Börger
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