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Author Muth, Peter ♦ Weissenfels, Jeanine ♦ Gillmann, Michael ♦ Weikum, Gerhard
Source CiteSeerX
Content type Text
Publisher IEEE Press
File Format PDF
Language English
Subject Domain (in DDC) Computer science, information & general works ♦ Data processing & computer science
Subject Keyword Introduction Toda ♦ Virtual Enterprise ♦ Activity Chart ♦ Enhanced Support ♦ Workflow History Management ♦ Light-weight Kernel ♦ Light-weight Workflow Management System ♦ Worklist Management ♦ Workflow Specifica Tion Language ♦ Interoperability Interface ♦ Specific Application Need ♦ Different Workflow Management System ♦ Workflow Management System ♦ Small System ♦ Facili Tie ♦ History Management ♦ Enterprise-spanning Workflow ♦ Distributed Workflow Execution ♦ Imple Mentation ♦ Interoperability Problem ♦ Light-weight System Architecture
Description In Proc. of the Workshop on Research Issues in Data Engineering (RIDE
Enterprise-spanning workflows require workflow management systems that can be tailored to specific application needs, as well as enhanced support for interoperability between different workflow management systems. In virtual enterprises, the interoperability problem is not limited to workflow execution, but also entails facili- ties like worklist management and history management to be interoperable. We present a light-weight system architecture, consist- ing of a small system kernel on top of which extensions like history management and worklist management are implemented as workflows themselves. The functionality of the kernel such as distributed workflow execution and interoperability interfaces is available for all extensions. We show the feasibility of our approach by presenting the imple- mentation of history management in our workflow specifica- tion language, based on state and activity charts, on top of our light-weight kernel, coined Mentor-lite. 1 Introduction Toda...
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Education Level UG and PG ♦ Career/Technical Study
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