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A Pattern-based Process Management System to flexibly execute Collaborative Tasks

Abstract : Managing collaborations during the execution of a process is complex and challenging, especially for managing the collaboration inside a task having multiple instances performed by various actors. Existing process management approaches propose either a rigid control for conducting such collaborative tasks or no control at all. Aiming at a more flexible way to execute and control multi-instance tasks, we investigate a solution based on late-binding mechanism to allow actors choosing dynamically suitable strategies to perform their collaboration. First, we propose a process modeling language which focuses on describing multi-instance tasks and their dynamic instances at execution time. Second, this language is then used to represent patterns capturing reusable collaboration strategies. A prototype of a pattern-based Process Management System has been developed to demonstrate the possible flexible execution of collaborative tasks.
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Mamadou Lakhassane Cisse, Hanh Nhi Tran, Samba Diaw, Bernard Coulette, Alassane Bah. A Pattern-based Process Management System to flexibly execute Collaborative Tasks. 14th International Conference on Evaluation of Novel Approaches to Software Engineering (ENASE 2019), May 2019, Heraklion, Crète, Greece. pp.273-280. ⟨hal-02486110⟩



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