Multiparty Sessions in SOC

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Multiparty Sessions in SOC
Abstract. Service oriented applications feature interactions among several participants over the network. Mechanisms such as correlation sets and two-party sessions have been proposed in the literature to separate messages sent to different instances of the same service. This paper presents a process calculus featuring dynamically evolving multiparty sessions to model interactions that spread over several participants. The calculus also provides primitives for service definition/invocation and for structured communication in order to highlight the interactions among the different concepts. Several examples from the SOC area show the suitability of our approach.
Roberto Bruni, Ivan Lanese, Hernán C. Melgr
Added 18 Oct 2010
Updated 18 Oct 2010
Type Conference
Year 2008
Authors Roberto Bruni, Ivan Lanese, Hernán C. Melgratti, Emilio Tuosto
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