Architectures for Federation of Process-centered Environments

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  title={Architectures for Federation of Process-centered Environments},
  author={Israel Ben-Shaul and Gail E. Kaiser},
  year={1996}
}
We describe two models for federating process-centered environments, homogeneous federation where the interoperability is among distinct process models enacted by diierent copies of the same system and heterogeneous federation with interoperability among distinct process enact-ment systems. We identify the requirements and possible architectures for each model. The bulk of the paper presents the speciic architecture and infrastructure for homogeneous federation we realized in the Oz system. We… CONTINUE READING

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