SMAWL: A SMAll Workflow Language Based on CCS

@inproceedings{Stefansen2005SMAWLAS,
  title={SMAWL: A SMAll Workflow Language Based on CCS},
  author={Christian Stefansen},
  booktitle={CAiSE Short Paper Proceedings},
  year={2005}
}
This paper provides a overview of SMAWL, a SMAll Workflow Language based on CCS (Calculus of Communicating Systems). There has been a prolonged debate in the workflow community about the relative suitability of Petri nets versus π-calculus as a formal foundation for workflow languages. Here we demonstrate how to build a workflow language based on CCS (a predecessor of π-calculus). To facilitate comparison with other approaches SMAWL is designed to be able to express the same 20 patterns that… CONTINUE READING
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