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Managing overlapping transactional workflows [chapter]

Juha Puustjärvi, Henry Tirri, Jari Veijalainen
1996 Lecture Notes in Computer Science  
The notion of parametrized transactional properties of workflow tasks is introduced and analyzed, and the underlying implementation mechanism based on Event/Condition/Action (ECA) rules is discussed.  ...  In this paper we study the issues related to management of overlapping transactional workflows, i.e., workflows that share component tasks and thus avoid redundancy in design.  ...  For example the customer credibility check can be used in several different service workflows, whenever a new customer is added into the set of serviced customers (a new mobile unit, a new "101-service  ... 
doi:10.1007/3-540-61292-0_19 fatcat:voixg3jmjje7pob5nbqrkihdsq

Two-layer transaction management for workflow management applications [chapter]

Paul Grefen, Jochem Vonk, Erik Boertjes, Peter Apers
1997 Lecture Notes in Computer Science  
For this reason, a number of extended transaction models has been proposed in thepast.  ...  The approach consists of a transaction model built from an orthogonal combination of two existing models and a transaction management architecture with two independent transaction managers.  ...  Acknowledgments All members of the WIDE project are acknowledged for their contributions to the work presented in this paper.  ... 
doi:10.1007/bfb0022052 fatcat:qod45vjzebgsnpu7knmtld5c6i

Managing Business Processes via Workflow Technology

Frank Leymann
2001 Very Large Data Bases Conference  
New technologies like Web Services, UDDI, SOAP,... stimulate this Workflows understood as business oriented "logical units of work" Advanced transaction management functions required Forward recovery of  ...  workflows as well as workflow-based applications Backward recovery (global transactions and compensation-based recovery) © IBM Frank Leymann Encapsulated Workflows Company's personnel "translate" requests  ...  "ConTracts" Late 80s, early 90s: The term "transactional workflow" has been coined for prescribing control flow dependencies between transactions and their joint backward recovery © IBM Frank Leymann Transactional  ... 
dblp:conf/vldb/Leymann01 fatcat:5fdnhruzineurfuykw2fanc3m4

Networked Business Process Management

Paul Grefen
2013 International Journal of IT - Business Alignment and Governance  
The approaches are described from early developments in the field relying on dedicated technology to current designs based on standardized technology in a service-oriented context.  ...  The author starts this paper with a treatment of intra-and inter-organizational business processes to provide a conceptual background for business process management in business networks.  ...  ACKNOWLEDGMENT All colleague researchers and practitioners of the CrossFlow, CrossWork, XTC and CoPro-Find projects are thanked for their work and collaboration, which have provided valuable input for  ... 
doi:10.4018/ijitbag.2013070104 fatcat:qbcrq6d3hzg5bmq3jjkdcya2wq

COMPOSITE CONTENT MANAGEMENT-CASE MANAGEMENT AND ENTERPRISE CONTENT MANAGEMENT

Sepideh
2012 American Journal of Engineering and Applied Sciences  
Such applications can deliver substantial value by leveraging both content and process services for the better orchestration of people and processes and empower organizations to automate routine tasks  ...  well-designed Contracts Management application can address, a real-life application of xCP platform to build such a solution and the observations on the strengths and limitations of this platform, along  ...  The concept behind case management is not new and several vendors have been providing case based solutions for several years using a combination of document management, workflows and imaging.  ... 
doi:10.3844/ajeassp.2012.219.229 fatcat:nscbdk3o2bhsti73tum726dbzq

Dependability in the Web Services Architecture [chapter]

Ferda Tartanoglu, Valérie Issarny, Alexander Romanovsky, Nicole Levy
2003 Lecture Notes in Computer Science  
This chapter discusses how to build dependable systems based on the Web services architecture.  ...  The Web services architecture is expected to play a prominent role in developing next generation distributed systems.  ...  This research is partially supported by the European 1ST DSoS (Dependable Systems of Systems) project (IST-1999-11585)i'*.  ... 
doi:10.1007/3-540-45177-3_4 fatcat:aztsmenhavgx5ixj3ikvo7fpre

Workflow Management on the Blockchain — Implications and Recommendations [article]

Joerg Evermann, Henry Kim
2019 arXiv   pre-print
In this paper we examine the use of blockchains for executing inter-organizational workflows.  ...  We discuss architectural options and describe prototype implementations of blockchain-based workflow management systems (WfMS), highlighting differences to traditional WfMS.  ...  The Wasa2 system (Vossen and Weske, 1999) also implements a CORBA-based infrastructure of services to manage business and workflow objects.  ... 
arXiv:1904.01004v2 fatcat:iakancbzt5cgjcdphstuhsrmxi

Managing Continuous Data Integration Flows

Josef Schiefer, Jun-Jang Jeng, Robert M. Bruckner
2003 International Conference on Advanced Information Systems Engineering  
We discuss the challenges of managing flows for continuously integrated data and show how a container environment can provide services that facilitate the flow management.  ...  A particularly difficult aspect of measuring the performance of workflows is the dissemination of event data and its transformation into business metrics.  ...  An ETL container is a component of a Java-based application server and is used to manage the lifecycle of ETL components. It provides services for the execution and monitoring of ETL tasks.  ... 
dblp:conf/caise/SchieferJB03 fatcat:tuct6ygeejf3dhorcvysrsgtjy

Towards Context-Aware Workflow Management for Ubiquitous Computing

Feilong Tang, Minyi Guo, Mianxiong Dong, Minglu Li, Hu Guan
2008 2008 International Conference on Embedded Software and Systems  
Moreover, we model the workflow management algorithm in Petri nets.  ...  To make such a vision a reality, context-aware workflow management is one of key issues because the context of ubiquitous applications is highly varying.  ...  [9] presented a workflow framework for Grid services(GSFL) to manage workflows within the Open Grid Services Architecture (OGSA) framework.  ... 
doi:10.1109/icess.2008.83 dblp:conf/icess/TangGDLG08 fatcat:jsgysblenjekfmlxmo7kdaqaam

Workflow Management in Cloud Computing

Monika Bharti, Anju Bala
2012 International Journal of Applied Information Systems  
Cloud computing is a paradigm that provides demand service resources like software, hardware, platform, and infrastructure.  ...  This paper discusses the various tools for generating workflow and these tools have been compared on the basis of operating system, databases, architecture and so on.  ...  Workflow scheduling maps and manages the execution of inter-dependent tasks on the distributed resources.Fault tolerant is when a system's service failure can be avoided when faults are present in the  ... 
doi:10.5120/ijais12-450788 fatcat:ejl62tvjbjbyfkp5xxmydjdvu4

Contracts for Cross-Organizational Workflow Management [chapter]

Marjanca Koetsier, Paul Grefen, Jochem Vonk
2000 Lecture Notes in Computer Science  
The CrossFlow Esprit project aims at developing information technology for advanced process support in dynamic virtual organizations with contract based service trading.  ...  Contracts are necessary for flexible service outsourcing.  ...  Acknowledgments All members of the CrossFlow consortium are acknowledged for their contribution to the contract framework presented in this report.  ... 
doi:10.1007/3-540-44463-7_10 fatcat:5tkkrpkua5btpljppfcjyqtdc4

Adapting Workflow Management Systems to BFT Blockchains – The YAWL Example [article]

Joerg Evermann
2020 arXiv   pre-print
In this paper we describe how the YAWL workflow engine can be used on a BFT based blockchain infrastructure to enable collaborative workflows across different organizations.  ...  Blockchain technology provides an auditable and tamper-proof distributed storage infrastructure for information records. This can be leveraged to support distributed workflow management.  ...  In this paper we present a novel architecture for blockchain-based workflow management.  ... 
arXiv:2006.05808v1 fatcat:4gfasawlezhpviidrcjmvlbyje

A reference architecture for workflow management systems

Paul Grefen, Remmert Remmerts de Vries
1998 Data & Knowledge Engineering  
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.  ...  In this paper, we address this problem with a reference architecture for a full-fledged workflow management system, designed to comply with a broad set of aspects, such as heterogeneous environments, extensible  ...  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

Advanced workflow management technologies

Gregory Alan Bolcer, Richard N. Taylor
1998 Software Process: Improvement and Practice  
Activity dependencies and the philosophical assumptions about how work is performed are managed differently in each discipline.  ...  However, these communities have yet to identify the union of cross-discipline requirements for a supporting technical infrastructure addressing the level of flexibility, scalability, and support for evolution  ...  Special thanks is reserved for Mark Bergman and Peter Kammer for helping shape the issues, outline, and arguments, and of course, David Rosenblum, David Redmiles, and Michael Leon for their review and  ... 
doi:10.1002/(sici)1099-1670(199809)4:3<125::aid-spip100>3.0.co;2-j fatcat:qvpqnaalrncevepn4psozu7syy

Digital ecosystem structure formation depending on the archetype of distribution network participants

Irina Anatolevna Krasyuk, Maria Vladimirovna Kolgan, Yuliya Medvedeva
2021 European Journal of Management and Business Economics  
The authors introduce a possible new classification of archetypes of ecosystem participants and a co-competitive activity model for ecosystem participants depending on these archetypes.  ...  Findings The systematization of results allows us to present a co-competitive activity model for ecosystem participants, depending on their archetype, where they are segmented according to the dominant  ...  The current issue and full text archive of this journal is available on Emerald Insight at: https://www.emerald.com/insight/2444-8494.htm  ... 
doi:10.1108/ejmbe-07-2021-0202 fatcat:6ipg2ekzknckhks5rgh5nlih3a
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