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Modeling Adaptable Business Service for Enterprise Collaboration


Nowadays, a Service Oriented Architecture (SOA) seems to be one of the most promising paradigms for leveraging enterprise information systems. SOA creates opportunities for enterprises to provide value added service tailored for on demand enterprise collaboration. With the emergence and rapid development of Web services technologies, SOA is being paid increasing attention and has become widespread. In spite of the popularity of SOA, a standardized framework for modeling and implementing business services are still in progress. For the purpose of supporting these service-oriented solutions, we adopt a model driven development approach. This paper outlines the Contextual Service Oriented Modeling and Analysis (CSOMA) methodology and presents UML profiles for the PIM level service-oriented architectural modeling, as well as its corresponding meta-models. The proposed PIM (Platform Independent Model) describes the business SOA at a high level of abstraction regardless of techniques involved in the application employment. In addition, all essential service-specific concerns required for delivering quality and context-aware service are covered. Some of the advantages of this approach are that it is generic and thus not closely allied with Web service technology as well as specifically treating the service adaptability during the design stage.

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Khouloud Boukadi, Lucien Vincent, Patrick Burlat. Modeling Adaptable Business Service for Enterprise Collaboration. Camarinha-Matos, Luis : Paraskakis, Iraklis : Afsarmanesh, Hamideh. Leveraging Knowledge for Innovation in Collaborative Networks, Springer Boston, p 51-60, 2009, ⟨10.1007/978-3-642-04568-4_6⟩. ⟨emse-00662517⟩
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