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Application of Subject-oriented Modeling in Automatic Service Composition

Aitenbichler, Erwin and Borgert, Stephan
Buchwald, H. and Fleischmann, A. and Seese, D. and Stary, C. (eds.) :

Application of Subject-oriented Modeling in Automatic Service Composition.
In: S-BPM ONE: Setting the Stage for Subject-Oriented Business Process Management. Communications in Computer and Information Science, 85 (85). Springer, Berlin ; Heidelberg Karlsruhe , pp. 71-82.
[Book Section] , (2010)

Abstract

Next generation SOA systems promise to enable an “Internet of Services” (IoS) - an open environment, in which every participant is free to offer and consume services. Such an IoS gives businesses the opportunity to outsource parts of their internal processes and to replace them by using external services. However, businesses must ensure that external services are compatible with their processes and that they can quickly adapt if service offering changes on the market. This raises the need for a process definition language with a formal foundation and well-defined semantics. In this paper, we discuss the suitability of different process definition languages for automatic service composition, show that subject-oriented modeling with PASS is well-suited for this domain, and how automatic service composition is implemented in the Theseus/TEXO project.

Item Type: Book Section
Erschienen: 2010
Editors: Buchwald, H. and Fleischmann, A. and Seese, D. and Stary, C.
Creators: Aitenbichler, Erwin and Borgert, Stephan
Title: Application of Subject-oriented Modeling in Automatic Service Composition
Language: English
Abstract:

Next generation SOA systems promise to enable an “Internet of Services” (IoS) - an open environment, in which every participant is free to offer and consume services. Such an IoS gives businesses the opportunity to outsource parts of their internal processes and to replace them by using external services. However, businesses must ensure that external services are compatible with their processes and that they can quickly adapt if service offering changes on the market. This raises the need for a process definition language with a formal foundation and well-defined semantics. In this paper, we discuss the suitability of different process definition languages for automatic service composition, show that subject-oriented modeling with PASS is well-suited for this domain, and how automatic service composition is implemented in the Theseus/TEXO project.

Title of Book: S-BPM ONE: Setting the Stage for Subject-Oriented Business Process Management
Series Name: Communications in Computer and Information Science
Volume: 85
Number: 85
Place of Publication: Berlin ; Heidelberg
Publisher: Springer
Divisions: Department of Computer Science
Department of Computer Science > Telecooperation
Event Title: S-BPM ONE: Setting the Stage for Subject-Oriented Business Process Management : First International Workshop
Event Location: Karlsruhe
Event Dates: 22. Oktober 2009
Date Deposited: 24 Mar 2015 07:43
DOI: https://www.springer.com/de/book/9783642159145
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