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ReGraDa: Reactive Graph Data

Abstract : Business processes, data, and run-time control state are all key elements in the design of enterprise applications. However, the different layers for processes, data, and control are usually represented using different technologies that must be explicitly combined and kept in sync.We introduce ReGraDa, a process definition and programming language inspired by the declarative business process language Dynamic Condition Response Graphs and targeting the integrated description of business processes, data and run-time state as reactive graph data. ReGraDa processes compile directly to a data-centric graph-based system (neo4j/cypher), allowing for the database system to manage a process without the need for an external execution engine.The underlying graph structure allows for the definition of native data relations between data elements that subsumes the integrity guaranties of relational and the semi-structured data models. Graph relationships are also used to represent data-dependency and control-flow in the database.We present the reactive semantics of the language, a translation from ReGraDa to cypher, evaluate its performance, and briefly discuss future work and applications.
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Leandro Galrinho, João Costa Seco, Søren Debois, Thomas Hildebrandt, Håkon Norman, et al.. ReGraDa: Reactive Graph Data. 23th International Conference on Coordination Languages and Models (COORDINATION), Jun 2021, Valletta, Malta. pp.188-205, ⟨10.1007/978-3-030-78142-2_12⟩. ⟨hal-03387831⟩

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