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[HMR08] A Formal Semantics and a Client Synthesis for a BPEL Service

Par Sylvain Rampacek le février 2008 à 00h00

[HMR08] Serge Haddad, Patrice Moreaux, Sylvain Rampacek. A Formal Semantics and a Client Synthesis for a BPEL Service. In Lecture Notes in Business Information Processing, Volume 3, Springer, 2008, page 388-401. ICEIS 2006, Revised Selected Papers.

Abstract

A complex Web service described with languages like BPEL4WS, consists of an executable process and its observable behaviour (called an abstract process) based on the messages exchanged with the client. The abstract process behaviour is non deterministic due to the internal choices during the service execution. Furthermore the specification often includes timing constraints which must be taken into account by the client. Thus given a service specification, we identify the synthesis of a client as a key issue for the development of Web services. To this end, we propose an approach based on (dense) timed automata to first describe the observable service behaviour and then to build correct interacting clients when possible. The present work extends a previous discrete time approach and overcomes its limitations.


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