Workflow Design using Fragment Composition (Crisis Management System Design through ADORE)

Abstract : The Service Oriented Architecture (SOA) paradigm supports the assembly of atomic services to create applications that implement complex business processes. Assembly can be accomplished by service orchestrations defined by Soa architects. The Adore method allows Soa architects to model complex orchestrations of services by composing models of smaller orchestrations called orchestration fragments. The Adore method can also be used to weave fragments that address new concerns into existing application models. In this paper we illustrate how the Adore method can be used to separate and compose process aspects in a Soa design of the Car Crash Crisis Management System. The paper also includes a discussion of the benefits and limitations of the Adore method.
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Transactions on Aspect-Oriented Software Development (TAOSD), Springer, 2010, Special issue on Aspect Oriented Modeling, pp.1-34
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Sébastien Mosser, Mireille Blay-Fornarino, Robert France. Workflow Design using Fragment Composition (Crisis Management System Design through ADORE). Transactions on Aspect-Oriented Software Development (TAOSD), Springer, 2010, Special issue on Aspect Oriented Modeling, pp.1-34. <hal-00531026>

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