Self-healing Capable Workflow Execution with Semantic Web Service

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Title Self-healing Capable Workflow Execution with Semantic Web Service
Author Ren, Wei; Chen, Gang; Yang, Zhonghua; Zhang, Jing Bing; Low, Chor Ping; Chen, David; Sun, Chengzheng
Publication Title Proceedings of 2008 IEEE International Conference on Service Operations and Logistics, and Informatics, IEEE/SOLI 2008, Volume 1
Year Published 2008
Publisher IEEE
Abstract Self-healing in workflow is becoming prominent because of the increasing software complexity. In order to support robust workflow execution, in this paper, we propose a self-healing mechanism to replace the faulty service dynamically. It is based on our previous research work - Workflow Execution System (WES). The OWLS2BPEL Mapper in WES is further enhanced to embed the self-healing mechanism into BPEL workflow by exploiting Semantic Web service technology. In order to realize service substitution, business rules is utilized to model the essential business logic behind the service interface (local business rules) and the service selection policy of a composite service (global business rules) in a domain-dependent and semantic-rich manner. A concrete scenario in PC manufacturing Collaborative Virtual Enterprise is presented to test our self-healing capable workflow execution system.
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Conference name IEEE International Conference on Service Operations and Logistics, IEEE/SOLI 2008
Location Beijing, China
Date From 2008-10-12
Date To 2008-10-15
Date Accessioned 2009-12-03
Date Available 2009-12-03T06:06:19Z
Language en_AU
Faculty Faculty of Science, Environment, Engineering and Technology
Subject Web Technologies (excl Web Search)
Publication Type Conference Publications (Full Written Paper - Refereed)
Publication Type Code e1a

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