Deliverable: SUPER D6.14 Process Execution Infrastructure Revision

Bibliography

Raluca Zaharia, Ana Karla Alves de Medeiros, Tammo van Lessen, Jörg Nitzsche & Dong Liu: “SUPER D6.14 Process Execution Infrastructure Revision”, Mar. 2009.

Abstract

This deliverable is a continuation of tasks 6.10 (“Reasoner Integration with the SUPER Infrastructure”) and 6.12 (“Process Execution and Monitoring Environment Integration”), supporting the final integration task 7.7 of the SUPER components and tools through maintenance and additional enhancements to the SUPER process execution infrastructure. The focus is on the components and tools developed in WP6: the Semantic BPEL Execution Engine (SBPELEE), Semantic Execution Environment (SEE), SBP Reasoner, Execution History, SBP Monitoring and Management Tool and SBP Analysis Tool. The activities performed as part of this task can be grouped into: – further maintenance to the above mentioned architectural elements, that were necessary towards a stable distribution; – updates which incorporated ongoing development and feedback from use case partners – enhancements which improved the performance and user experience. This document also complements deliverable 9.9 (“SUPER Demonstrator”), which describes the SBP Modelling Environment, with (1) instructions for performing semantic process mining, as well as details on (2) how to monitor the execution of Semantic Business Processes and (3) how to manage SUPER components and artefacts at runtime. In comparison with previous deliverables that described the SUPER Tooling environment from an architectural and implementation point of view, the SBP Monitoring and Management Tool and the SBP Analysis Tool are documented here from a user’s perspective (a user guide for SBP mining is available in section 3.4.2 and a manual for SBP monitoring is attached at the end of the document).

Links

Link http://www.ip-super.org/res/Deliverables/M36/D6.14.pdf

BibTeX

@techreport{SUPER-D6.14,
  author = {Zaharia, Raluca and de Medeiros, Ana Karla Alves and van Lessen, Tammo and Nitzsche, Jörg and Liu, Dong},
  title = {SUPER D6.14 Process Execution Infrastructure Revision},
  institution = {super},
  year = {2009},
  month = {mar},
  etype = {Deliverable},
  number = {D6.14},
  abstract = {This deliverable is a continuation of tasks 6.10 ("Reasoner Integration with the SUPER Infrastructure") and 6.12 ("Process Execution and Monitoring Environment Integration"), supporting the final integration task 7.7 of the SUPER components and tools through maintenance and additional enhancements to the SUPER process execution infrastructure. The focus is on the components and tools developed in WP6: the Semantic BPEL Execution Engine (SBPELEE), Semantic Execution Environment (SEE), SBP Reasoner, Execution History, SBP Monitoring and Management Tool and SBP Analysis Tool. The activities performed as part of this task can be grouped into: - further maintenance to the above mentioned architectural elements, that were necessary towards a stable distribution; - updates which incorporated ongoing development and feedback from use case partners - enhancements which improved the performance and user experience. This document also complements deliverable 9.9 ("SUPER Demonstrator"), which describes the SBP Modelling Environment, with (1) instructions for performing semantic process mining, as well as details on (2) how to monitor the execution of Semantic Business Processes and (3) how to manage SUPER components and artefacts at runtime. In comparison with previous deliverables that described the SUPER Tooling environment from an architectural and implementation point of view, the SBP Monitoring and Management Tool and the SBP Analysis Tool are documented here from a user’s perspective (a user guide for SBP mining is available in section 3.4.2 and a manual for SBP monitoring is attached at the end of the document).},
  editor = {Zaharia, Raluca},
  ee = {http://taval.de/publications/SUPER-D6.14},
  url = {http://taval.de/publications/SUPER-D6.14},
  version = {1.0}
}

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