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Issue No.11 - Nov. (2013 vol.46)
pp: 56-62
Johannes Neubauer , Technische Universität Dortmund, Germany
Bernhard Steffen , Technische Universität Dortmund, Germany
ABSTRACT
Unexpected hurdles in dealing with integration, variability, and interoperability in software development can be overcome using higher-order process integration. Even in its simplicity-oriented, tamed version, this approach fosters a powerful plug-and-play discipline, where processes and services are moved around like data.
INDEX TERMS
Business, Java, Standards, Programming, Interoperability, Process management,service orientation, higher-order process integration, business activity integration, simplicity, agility, variability, business process management, software engineering, model-driven development
CITATION
Johannes Neubauer, Bernhard Steffen, "Plug-and-Play Higher-Order Process Integration", Computer, vol.46, no. 11, pp. 56-62, Nov. 2013, doi:10.1109/MC.2013.296
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