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Conference Papers Year : 2003

A model for process service interaction

Samir Tata
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Khalid Benali
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Abstract

The design and the achievement of any consequent project imply the involvement of several people, teams and even enterprises. These enterprises interact and exchange data, more and more often, through Internet and the "Web". However, exchanging data is not enough for working together, it is also necessary to control and manage these exchanges occurring within business processes. Cooperation between enterprises means interconnecting and coordinating their business processes. If a wide spectrum of tools for work coordination exists, they have been unfortunately developed to only suit the internal needs of enterprises. Thus, existing work coordination systems are not adapted to inter-enterprise cooperation. This paper presents a promising approach for interconnecting processes based on service interaction. Its aim is to formally present a model for enterprise process interconnection and coordination through service interaction based on information sharing between process services, and process services coordination.
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inria-00099512 , version 1 (26-09-2006)

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Karim Baïna, Samir Tata, Khalid Benali. A model for process service interaction. Business Process Management: International Conference, BPM 2003, 2003, Eindhoven, The Netherlands, pp.261-275. ⟨inria-00099512⟩
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