Computation Orchestration

  title={Computation Orchestration},
  author={Jayadev Misra and William R. Cook},
  journal={Software & Systems Modeling},
The widespread deployment of networked applications and adoption of the internet has fostered an environment in which many distributed services are available. There is great demand to automate business processes and workflows among organizations and individuals. Solutions to such problems require orchestration of concurrent and distributed services in the face of arbitrary delays and failures of components and communication. We propose a novel approach, called Orc for orchestration, that… CONTINUE READING
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