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Towards Dynamic Matching of Business-Level Protocols in Adaptive Service Compositions

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Towards Dynamic Matching of Business-Level Protocols in Adaptive Service Compositions
In a service composition, it is necessary to ensure that the behaviour of a constituent service is consistent with the requirements of the composition. In an adaptive service composition those behavioural requirements may be continually changing. This paper shows how the behavioural requirements in service definitions (roles) can be dynamically and incrementally defined using constraints. These constraints are then used to generate finite state automata, which are used to check the compatibility of candidate services that have their behaviour expressed in static interface descriptions such as OWL-S.
Alan W. Colman, Linh Duy Pham, Jun Han, Jean-Guy S
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Type Conference
Year 2007
Where BPM
Authors Alan W. Colman, Linh Duy Pham, Jun Han, Jean-Guy Schneider
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