Constructing minimal protocol adaptors for service composition

@inproceedings{Seguel2009ConstructingMP,
  title={Constructing minimal protocol adaptors for service composition},
  author={Ricardo Seguel and Rik Eshuis and Paul W. P. J. Grefen},
  booktitle={WEWST '09},
  year={2009}
}
  • Ricardo Seguel, Rik Eshuis, Paul W. P. J. Grefen
  • Published in WEWST '09 2009
  • Computer Science
  • Two composed interacting services reach a deadlock if their business protocols have behavioral mismatches. A protocol adaptor can resolve deadlocks. However, existing methods build adaptors that process all messages exchanged by the protocols, even if only some messages cause a deadlock. We present an efficient, automated method to construct (if possible) a minimal adaptor for two business protocols containing parallelism and loops. First, the method finds the minimal set of messages exchanged… CONTINUE READING

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