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Interconnected Interface Choreography Model

by Benedikt Liegener last modified Apr 29, 2012 15:43
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Definitions

Term:
Interconnected Interface Choreography Model
Domain: Cross-cutting issues
Engineering and Design
(KM-ED)
Adaptation and Monitoring
(KM-AM)
Quality Definition, Negotiation and Assurance
(KM-QA)
Generic
(domain independent)
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Business Process Management
(KM-BPM)




Service Composition and Coordination
(KM-SC)



Interconnected Interface Choreography Model is a choreography model that defines interfaces for each choreography participant from the viewpoint of mutually exchanged messages. Using this modelling approach one has to deal with the problem of possible incompatibility of the participants which can lead to e.g. deadlocks. This modeling approach is convenient when creating new collaboration-enabled services as well as adapting existing ones. [PO-JRA-2.2.1], [Decker et al, 2008] Examples of interconnected interface modelling languages: BPMN [BPMN], BPEL4Chor [Decker and Kopp, 2007] {GEN: Service Choreography} 
Service Infrastructure
(KM-SI)




Generic
(domain independent)




 

Competencies

 

References

  • [PO-JRA-2.2.1] Overview of the State of the Art in Composition and Coordination of Services
  • [Decker et al, 2008] G. Decker, O. Kopp, and A. Barros, “An Introduction to Service Choreographies,” Information
    Technology, vol. 50, no. 2, pp. 122–127, Februar 2008.
  • [BPMN] “Business Process Modeling Notation (BPMN) Specification, Final Adopted Specification,” OMG,
    Tech. Rep., Feb 2006, www.bpmn.org.
  • [Decker and Kopp, 2007] G. Decker, O. Kopp, F. Leymann, and M. Weske, “BPEL4Chor: Extending BPEL for Modeling
    Choreographies,” in ICWS, Salt Lake City, USA, July 2007.

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