Handling Data-Based Concurrency in Context-Aware Service Protocols

@inproceedings{Cubo2010HandlingDC,
  title={Handling Data-Based Concurrency in Context-Aware Service Protocols},
  author={Javier Cubo and Ernesto Pimentel and Gwen Sala{\"u}n and Carlos Canal},
  booktitle={FOCLASA},
  year={2010}
}
  • Javier Cubo, Ernesto Pimentel, +1 author Carlos Canal
  • Published in FOCLASA 2010
  • Computer Science
  • Dependency analysis is a technique to identify and determine data dependencies between service protocols. Protocols evolving concurrently in the service composition need to impose an order in their execution if there exist data dependencies. In this wo rk, we describe a model to formalise context-aware service protocols. We also present a composition language to handle dynamically the concurrent execution of protocols. This language addresses data dependency issues among several protocols… CONTINUE READING

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