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Implementing agent coordination for workflow management systems using active database systems

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2 Author(s)
Bussler, C. ; Application Integration Technol. Group, Digital Equip. Corp., Karlsruhe, Germany ; Jablonski, S.

A new way to enact business processes in enterprises is to deploy workflow technology. Workflow systems are proactive computer systems, which orchestrate the execution of long-living processes. Process agents, i.e. members of the organization structures of an enterprise, are in charge of executing processes and process steps. Workflow management systems have do associate appropriate process agents to processes proactively. We call this task process agent coordination. We show that ECA rules implemented on top of active database systems are suitable to facilitate agent coordination in workflow management systems

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Research Issues in Data Engineering, 1994. Active Database Systems. Proceedings Fourth International Workshop on

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14-15 Feb 1994