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Exception handling patterns for processes

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Exception handling patterns for processes
Exception handling patterns can raise the abstraction level of processes, facilitating their writing and understanding. In this paper, we identify several useful, general purpose exception handling patterns and demonstrate their applicability in software development process definition. We present these patterns using the Little-JIL language, which incorporates an exception handling construct that allows corrective actions to be taken in the case of exceptions, and flexible ways of defining how the process should continue after handling the exception. Keywords. Exception handling, pattern, process language
Barbara Staudt Lerner, Stefan Christov, Alexander
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Type Conference
Year 2008
Where SIGSOFT
Authors Barbara Staudt Lerner, Stefan Christov, Alexander E. Wise, Leon J. Osterweil
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