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A Hybrid Workflow Paradigm for Integrating Self-managing Domain-Specific Applications

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A Hybrid Workflow Paradigm for Integrating Self-managing Domain-Specific Applications
Abstract. A hybrid workflow system could be treated as a domain-across infrastructure by incorporating different workflow systems and WfMSs engaged in the complex business processing. For enacting a hybrid workflow system, the self-managing discipline employed in autonomic computing is imposed on domain-specific applications. By classifying the data issues engaged in a domainspecific application into process data and application data and for enhancing the incorporation among the self-managing domain-specific applications from global view of point, the foundation of self-governing management is discussed based on behavior logic and control logic analysis. To conclude, a case study is presented for illustrating the scenarios and the characteristics of hybrid workflow paradigm are summarized.
Wan-Chun Dou, Shing-Chi Cheung, Guihai Chen, Jie W
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Type Conference
Year 2005
Where GCC
Authors Wan-Chun Dou, Shing-Chi Cheung, Guihai Chen, Jie Wang, Shijie Cai
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