Scenarios and Techniques for Choreography Design

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Scenarios and Techniques for Choreography Design
Choreography description languages have been put forward for capturing sets of interactions and their control and data dependencies, seen from a global perspective. Choreographies serve as starting point for generating interface processes for the different participants which in turn are used for implementing new services or adapting existing ones. However, such top-down approaches are not sufficient for scenarios where given implementations cannot be changed and are to be used as a starting point for choreography design. This paper identifies and classifies three categories of choreography design: choreography identification, choreography context expansion and collaboration unification. Each category is motivated through an example from the eGovernment domain. Existing techniques needed for the individual design categories are discussed and missing techniques are highlighted.
Gero Decker, Michael Von Riegen
Added 29 Oct 2010
Updated 29 Oct 2010
Type Conference
Year 2007
Where BIS
Authors Gero Decker, Michael Von Riegen
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