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Distributed Workflow Enactment: an Agent-based Framework

Giancarlo Fortino, Alfredo Garro, Wilma Russo
2006 Workshop From Objects to Agents  
of the execution and control of the workflow/subworkflows according to a parent/child model, and one or more TaskAgents, which are responsible of the execution of internal tasks and/or of the wrapping  ...  This paper describes the design and the implementation of an Agent-based Workflow Enactment Framework (AWEF) which can be instantiated on the basis of a workflow schema for obtaining a specific workflow  ...  The developed workflow system is a component of a larger system which was built in the context of the M.ENTE (Management of integrated ENTErprise) project which aims at developing a pervasive system for  ... 
dblp:conf/woa/FortinoGR06 fatcat:uc2vtd2ol5f7djqviusgmdoire

Conceptual framework and architecture for service mediating workflow management

Jinmin Hu, Paul Grefen
2003 Information and Software Technology  
The service-oriented paradigm requires a high level of flexibility of current workflow management systems and support for Business-to-Business (B2B) collaboration to realize collaborative enterprises.  ...  Different from other proposals that extend the workflow process model to obtain flexibility at run time, our approach is to separate the enactment specification from the workflow model through late binding  ...  Acknowledgements We thank Jochem Vonk for his work on setting up the MQSeries Workflow system and assistance with this software and proofreading this report.  ... 
doi:10.1016/s0950-5849(03)00092-2 fatcat:w7bfuq2tjfcarnmndahe5l3udm

An uncoordinated asynchronous checkpointing model for hierarchical scientific workflows

Rafael Tolosana-Calasanz, José Ángel Bañares, Pedro Álvarez, Joaquín Ezpeleta, Omer Rana
2010 Journal of computer and system sciences (Print)  
At workflow-level, the usually adopted approach is to establish a checkpointing frequency in the system which determines the moment at which a global workflow checkpoint -a snapshot of the whole workflow  ...  Scientific workflow systems often operate in unreliable environments, and have accordingly incorporated different fault tolerance techniques.  ...  A checkpointing and rollback recovery model for hierarchical scientific workflows The model can be expressed by three different nets: (i) the workflow enactment engine (the top hierarchy system net), (  ... 
doi:10.1016/j.jcss.2009.11.003 fatcat:jtohavckafbjrbzr35o4fkxixa

E-BioFlow: Different Perspectives on Scientific Workflows [chapter]

Ingo Wassink, Han Rauwerda, Paul van der Vet, Timo Breit, Anton Nijholt
2008 Communications in Computer and Information Science  
We introduce a new type of workflow design system called e-BioFlow and illustrate it by means of a simple sequence alignment workflow.  ...  Combining these three perspectives in a single application provides a new and flexible way of modelling workflows.  ...  This work was part of the BioRange programme of the Netherlands Bioinformatics Centre (NBIC), which is supported by a BSIK grant through the Netherlands Genomics Initiative (NGI).  ... 
doi:10.1007/978-3-540-70600-7_19 fatcat:qysp7oylcrbp3kqagys2du4kgm

Organizational Management in Workflow Applications – Issues and Perspectives

Michael Zur Muehlen
2004 Journal of Special Topics in Information Technology and Management  
Workflow management systems coordinate activities, resources, and data according to the formal representation of the process logic, the workflow model [48] .  ...  While the modeling of business processes and workflows is well researched, the link between the organizational elements and process activities is less well understood, and current developments in the web  ...  Figure 1: Workflow Life Cycle During the process enactment phase, individual instances of the workflow model are created and coordinated by the workflow enactment service.  ... 
doi:10.1023/b:item.0000031582.55219.2b fatcat:uyqpb5cgr5boviazwonljym6mm

Supporting Large-Scale End User Specification of Workflows, Work Coordination and Tool Integration

John Grundy, John Hosking, Warwick Mugridge
1998 Journal of Organizational and End User Computing  
Workflow Management Systems are a common example of an end user development system, in that they support end user specification of work process models, end user enactment (running) of these models, and  ...  We describe a novel workflow system which provides visual support for end users to specify both simple and complex aspects of workflows, including workflow models, communication and collaboration techniques  ...  Thus end users of workflows require support for not only modelling, enacting and evolving workflows, but support for coordinating their work with others and integrating a variety of different tools into  ... 
doi:10.4018/joeuc.1998040105 fatcat:7gyuxvmoujaq7gtkdl3t6uy4la

Tool Support for Dynamic Development Processes [chapter]

Thomas Heer, Markus Heller, Bernhard Westfechtel, René Wörzberger
2010 Lecture Notes in Computer Science  
Altogether, dynamic development processes are supported through a synergistic combination of process and workflow management systems, integrating process planning and enactment.  ...  Therefore, we have developed tools for integrating process management and workflow management such that repetitive fragments of the overall development process may be enacted in workflow management systems  ...  All work reported in this paper has been performed at Department of Computer Science 3, RWTH Aachen University, under the supervision of Manfred Nagl, who served as a speaker of three consecutive research  ... 
doi:10.1007/978-3-642-17322-6_27 fatcat:jpt2r3ywhra67l6yhltu7yxgdy

Home Healthcare Process: Challenges and Open Issues [article]

Selma Arbaoui, N. Cislo, N. Smith-Guerin
2012 arXiv   pre-print
We examine HH processes from two selected perspectives (complexity and dynamics) to illustrate the requirements of a HH support system.  ...  Home healthcare is part of the most critical research and development healthcare areas.  ...  modelling and coordination (See website of the Workflow Management Coalition).  ... 
arXiv:1206.5430v1 fatcat:gngpu74urrdhrh2hvero2fmd3y

Using Workflow Context for Automated Enactment Tracking

Thomas Sauer, Kerstin Maximini
2006 European Conference on Case-Based Reasoning  
Workflows are getting a more and more pervasive concept for modeling arbitrary activities. The resulting workflow definitions will convey knowledge how and when to apply the right procedures.  ...  In order to allow planning and quality assurance nevertheless, the tasks currently enacted within an organization must be known.  ...  Regarding workflow planning and enactment support, several systems have been implemented.  ... 
dblp:conf/ewcbr/SauerM06 fatcat:2kvnuxvq5bf37k2rm6f6gk45bi

wOIS - Discovering Performer-Activity Affiliation Networking Knowledge from XPDL-based Worflow Models

Hyun Ahn, Minjae Park, Kwanghoon Pio Kim
2013 International Conference on Business Process Management  
The eventual goal of the system is to measure and visualize the human resource allotments and contributions in enacting a workflow procedure (or a group of workflow procedures) at a glance.  ...  The major functionality of the current version of the system is to explore "workflow performer-activity affiliation networking knowledge" from an XPDLbased workflow model, and to visualize the knowledge  ...  This research was supported by the Basic Science Research Program (Grant No. 2012006971) through the National Research Foundation of Korea.  ... 
dblp:conf/bpm/AhnPK13 fatcat:s3hcug7lsbaxzmd2w6gqwmcbbu

Interaction as a framework for flexible workflow modelling

Håvard D. Jørgensen
2001 Proceedings of the 2001 International ACM SIGGROUP Conference on Supporting Group Work - GROUP '01  
Allowing ambiguous models to be enacted, Flexible combination of reusable model fragments.  ...  Though process definition and enactment are separate components, they have the same position in the system, that of using and updating the model.  ...  ENDEAVORS [25] and NETS-IN-NETS [41] are examples of adaptive workflow systems embodying some aspects of dynamic model interpretation.  ... 
doi:10.1145/500286.500295 dblp:conf/group/Jorgensen01 fatcat:wgn7ql6t2vcgnj5dxmg7vjnf5q

A reference architecture for workflow management systems

Paul Grefen, Remmert Remmerts de Vries
1998 Data & Knowledge Engineering  
Reference models are necessary, however, to allow for the construction of cooperative systems, modular configuration of heterogeneous systems, and assessment of existing systems.  ...  In the workflow management field, fast developments are taking place. A growing number of systems is currently under development, both in academic and commercial environments.  ...  Special thanks go to Pieter Canton of Rabobank Nederland for his input from the 'practical field' of workflow management. Ria Coonjers is thanked for advice on textual matters.  ... 
doi:10.1016/s0169-023x(97)00057-8 fatcat:jg6d2uhldjfghm73z3tgmycmya

A Weighted Work Transference Network Model for Workflow-Supported Organizations

Hyun Ahn, Dinh-Lam Pham, Kwanghoon Pio Kim
2019 ICIC Express Letters  
Finally, we show a discovered model of the weighted work transference network that is rediscovered from an experimental analytics on a workflow enactment event log dataset by the mining framework and system  ...  The formal concept of "weighted" denotes the number of work-transference occurrences among the workers and connotes the degrees of work-sharing and work-relevancy among the workers in a workflow-supported  ...  This research was supported by Basic Science Research Program through the National Research Foundation of Korea (NRF) funded by the Ministry of Education (Grant No. 2017R1A2B2010697).  ... 
doi:10.24507/icicel.13.05.421 fatcat:xntxojm77nhxlmi6me6ljfjcgy

Interaction as a framework for flexible workflow modelling

Håvard D. Jørgensen
2001 Proceedings of the 2001 International ACM SIGGROUP Conference on Supporting Group Work - GROUP '01  
Allowing ambiguous models to be enacted, Flexible combination of reusable model fragments.  ...  Though process definition and enactment are separate components, they have the same position in the system, that of using and updating the model.  ...  ENDEAVORS [25] and NETS-IN-NETS [41] are examples of adaptive workflow systems embodying some aspects of dynamic model interpretation.  ... 
doi:10.1145/500294.500295 fatcat:ue4h4audhrfvtf2ykj6sxncq3q

Workflows in bioinformatics: meta-analysis and prototype implementation of a workflow generator

Alexander Garcia Castro, Samuel Thoraval, Leyla J Garcia, Mark A Ragan
2005 BMC Bioinformatics  
The structures of these workflows are defined by a scaffold of syntactic, semantic and algebraic objects capable of representing them.  ...  We present a set of syntactic components and algebraic operators capable of representing analytical workflows in bioinformatics.  ...  of an overall model for workflow systems.  ... 
doi:10.1186/1471-2105-6-87 pmid:15813976 pmcid:PMC1090554 fatcat:bjyqbcu7bjacfhkjebelmwadlu
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