Reasoning about orchestrations of web services using partial correctness
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A service is a remote computational facility which is made available for general use by means of a wide-area network. Several types of service arise in practice: stateless services, shared state services and services with states which are customised for individual users. A service-based orchestration is a multi-threaded compu- tation which invokes remote services in order to deliver results back to a user (publication). In this paper a means of specifying services and reasoning about the correctness of orchestrations over stateless services is presented. As web services are potentially unreliable the termination of even finite orchestrations cannot be guaranteed. For this reason a partial-correctness powerdomain approach is proposed to capture the semantics of recursive orchestrations.
CitationStewart, A.; Gabarro, J.; Keenan, A. Reasoning about orchestrations of web services using partial correctness. "Formal aspects of computing", 01 Novembre 2013, vol. 25, núm. 6, p. 833-846.
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