Using Reo for Service Coordination
In this paper we address coordination of services in complex business processes. As the main coordination mechanism we rely on a channel-based exogenous coordination language, called Reo, and investigate its application to service-oriented architectures. Reo supports a specific notion of composition that enables coordination of individual services, as well as complex composite business processes. Accordingly, a coordinated business process consists of a set of web services whose collective behavior is coordinated by Reo.
KeywordsBusiness Process Model Check Service Coordination Lossy Channel Travel Package
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