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A Case Study on Behavioural Modelling of Service-Oriented Architectures

RYCHLÝ Marek. A Case Study on Behavioural Modelling of Service-Oriented Architectures. In: Software Engineering Techniques in Progress. Krakow: AGH University of Science & Technology, 2009, pp. 79-92. ISBN 978-83-7464-259-0.
Czech title
Případová studie popisu chování architektury orientované na služby
Type
conference paper
Language
english
Authors
Keywords
Service-oriented architecture, Behavioural modelling, Formal description, pi-calculus
Abstract
Service-oriented architecture (SOA) is an architectural style for software systems' design, which merges well-established software engineering practices. There are several approaches to describe systems and services in SOA, the services' derivation, mutual cooperation to perform specific tasks, composition, etc. In this paper, we introduce a new approach to describe behaviour of services in SOA, including behaviour of underlying systems of components, which form the services' implementation. The behavioural description uses the process algebra pi-calculus and it is demonstrated on a case study of a service-oriented architecture for functional testing of complex safety-critical systems.
Published
2009
Pages
79-92
Proceedings
Software Engineering Techniques in Progress
Conference
4th IFIP TC2 Central and Eastern European Conference on Software Engineering Techniques CEE-SET 2009, Krakow, Hotel Qubus, PL
ISBN
978-83-7464-259-0
Publisher
AGH University of Science & Technology
Place
Krakow, PL
BibTeX
@INPROCEEDINGS{FITPUB9051,
   author = "Marek Rychl\'{y}",
   title = "A Case Study on Behavioural Modelling of Service-Oriented Architectures",
   pages = "79--92",
   booktitle = "Software Engineering Techniques in Progress",
   year = 2009,
   location = "Krakow, PL",
   publisher = "AGH University of Science  \& Technology",
   ISBN = "978-83-7464-259-0",
   language = "english",
   url = "https://www.fit.vut.cz/research/publication/9051"
}
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