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πRBT-calculus compensation and exception handling protocol

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4 Author(s)
Ghafoor, M.A. ; Coll. of Comput. Sci. & Technol., Zhejiang Univ., Hangzhou, China ; Jianwei Yin ; Jinxiang Dong ; Mujeeb-u-Rehman, M.

Several existing research protocols have already studied long running transactions within a formal context and many of them seemed to use concepts which are not suitable. However, there still exists a great challenge to perform transactions in the loosely coupled environment. In this paper, we present formal model for compositional protocol with the asynchronous π-calculus with compensation and exception handling. We study the practice of πRBT-calculus, by discussing few paradigmatic examples, its theory, by defining semantics and providing a correct encoding of πRBT-calculus into asynchronous π-calculus. πRBT-calculus is a business process modeling protocol and a distinctive feature of the language is its support for compensation. Compensation is an action taken to recover from error or cope with a change of plan, especially when rollback of a process is not possible. We also propose a process-oriented transactional business coordination model with hierarchical structure. It allows dependencies across hierarchies and supports various transactional behaviors of different services. Based on this model, a novel failure recovery algorithm is presented. It can ensure semantic atomicity for long running Web services composition. Analysis shows it can effectively reduce compensation sphere and thus decrease costs.

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Parallel, Distributed, and Network-Based Processing, 2006. PDP 2006. 14th Euromicro International Conference on

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15-17 Feb. 2006

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