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Environnement de procédé extensible pour l'orchestration - Application aux services web

Abstract : Building software by a coordination of independent “components” allows to build large software while reusing the know how embedded in these components. The process technology, used for the coordination of human activities, is a good candidate for coordinating applications (instead of humans only). Nevertheless, current process formalism are rather primitive; they are rigid, strongly coupled, and propose a plethora of specialized concepts and mechanisms. We present the strong and weak points of process technology, and we deduce what are the needs for process driven applications.

We present the Mélusine environment built in our team, which proposes a three layers architecture : conceptual, mediator and tools. Conceptual layer contains a meta model defining only the basic concepts relevant in the domains of interest. We define then four different ways to extend this basic meta model. Our environment allows for building and executing applications based on extensible and evolutive coordination processes.
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Sonia Jamal (epouse Sanlaville). Environnement de procédé extensible pour l'orchestration - Application aux services web. Génie logiciel [cs.SE]. Université Joseph-Fourier - Grenoble I, 2005. Français. ⟨tel-00011305⟩

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