Process Choreography Languages Evaluation Via Ontology


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In the current business environment, collaborative business processes serve a variety of organizations for accomplishing their business goals. Such processes require an integration infrastructure, which, in turn, should build on a profound model encompassing the details of the collaborative process. A proper model gives the stakeholders a clear-cut understanding of the whole process and assists in discovering possible failures, optimizing and documenting the
integration processes. Process choreography is a common term used for such models. Different choreography languages exist, each having advantages and drawbacks. These languages need to be evaluated for selecting a specific one and for the sake of further improvements. This paper proposes an evaluation framework which extends an ontology-based Inter-Organizational
Conceptual Model using the more general ontological BWW model. The practicality and the necessity of the proposed framework are analyzed and reaffirmed through a case study.
Original languageEnglish
Title of host publicationInformation Systems (ILAIS) Conference July 2, 2012
StatePublished - 2012


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