Process evolution with atomicity consistency

Abstract:The processes enacting cross organizational collaboration continually evolve to adapt to changing business environments. These processes may evolve at any time during collaboration when collaborative organizations should respond timely to critical environment changes. Atomicity is an important requirement for maintaining application consistency. The satisfaction of this requirement at the commencement of collaboration may no longer be held after process evolution. This paper analyzes three basic scenarios of process evolution in cross organizational collaboration, and proposes a collection of guidelines to govern atomicity-preserving evolution during collaboration.
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Citation:Chunyang Ye, S.C. Cheung and W.K. Chan, "Process evolution with atomicity consistency",  in Proceedings of ICSE 2007 Workshop on Software Engineering for Adaptive and Self-Managing Systems (SEAMS 2007), in conjunction with the 29th International Conference on Software Engineering (ICSE 2007), article 19, pages 1-10, (Minneapolis, MN, USA, May 20-26,) IEEE Computer Society Press, Los Alamitos, California, USA (2007).
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