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Ensuring business and service requirements in enterprise mashups

Nikolaos Vesyropoulos (), Christos K. Georgiadis () and Panagiotis Katsaros ()
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Nikolaos Vesyropoulos: University of Macedonia
Christos K. Georgiadis: University of Macedonia
Panagiotis Katsaros: Aristotle University of Thessaloniki

Information Systems and e-Business Management, 2018, vol. 16, issue 1, No 8, 205-242

Abstract: Abstract During the past few years, mashups have gained wide attention as they utilize Web 2.0 technologies in order to combine data, as well as the functionalities of numerous services, in a simple web application. While developing mashups for simple user-specific needs is not a demanding procedure, this is not the case for value-added services that need to satisfy specific properties and business needs, known as enterprise mashups. As a number of business requirements have to be satisfied, and execution faults are less tolerated compared to user-centric scenarios, a rigorous approach for their development is required. In this work we present such an approach utilizing model checking techniques, provided by the behavior, interaction, priorities (BIP) component framework. In addition, a methodology for the transformation of business process model and notation models, describing the business logic of a requested mashup, into the corresponding BIP models is proposed. The generated models enable the verification of requested properties.

Keywords: Business process; BPMN; Enterprise mashups; Web services; Model checking; BIP component framework (search for similar items in EconPapers)
Date: 2018
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