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Tool Support for Model-Driven Engineering of Service Compositions

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Introduction

The main research focus in MoDES is on workflow modeling, systematic refinement of the workflows into business process specification, and the management of the two. We study real practical examples, in the collaboration with our industrial partners, to get a covering understanding on the needs and requirements for the methods and tool support to be implemented. In practise, we examine how UML 2 can be used for modeling SOA-based systems, especially focusing on how BPMN can be used for workflow modeling, and how model transformation techniques can be used for transforming the high-level workflow models to concrete and executable service composition definitions. We expecially aim at open and flexible model transformation techniques that allow user involvement during the transformation process and that are easily editable and comprehensible. The project agenda also includes dynamic error recovery, adaptation of executed business process specifications, and mining of workflows from existing software systems.

MoDES project is funded by TEKES (Finnish Funding Agency for Technology and Innovation) and several companies: Nokia Research Center, Nokia Siemens Networks, Plenware, and Solita.


If you are interested in the themes of MoDES and you are looking for a PhD/MSc topic, please, contact the project head (Tarja Systš).

updated 04.02.13 20:01:26 © Copyright 2011 Practise Group - Department of Software Systems - Tampere University of Technology