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A Process Model with Distributable and Composable Components

Jean-Claude Derniame 1 Ali Badara Kaba Pierre Fernand Tiako
1 LORIASI - Loria in the Society of Information
INRIA Lorraine, LORIA - Laboratoire Lorrain de Recherche en Informatique et ses Applications
Abstract : Here is presented a component approach to process support for distributed team-based software development called LCPS, close to Workflow Reference Model. In the definition model, the meta-model entities are considered to be abstract classes in the object-oriented sense in which realization extends the abstract to accommodate a specific approach to process. Then instantiating this process models on a process sensitive environment, they can be performed. The performance model provides method to allow process instances to evolve. They are organized as a state machine. The component model allows to define fragments (or beans) of process models able to be reused.This mechanism permits heterogeneous fragments to be coalesced into a higher level process. Process beans can be reused, distributed and enacted. Models and instances can evolve and proposals are done. Then a brief study a on related works and some perspectives conclude the paper.
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Jean-Claude Derniame, Ali Badara Kaba, Pierre Fernand Tiako. A Process Model with Distributable and Composable Components. [Intern report] 98-R-043 || derniame98a, 1998, 15 p. ⟨inria-00098536⟩



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