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Basic Transformation Profile for Documentation Style

Tan, V, Munroe, S, Groth, P, Jiang, Sheng, Miles, S and Moreau, L (2006) Basic Transformation Profile for Documentation Style s.n.

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The data model for process documentation \cite{processDocDM} provides descriptions of different ways in which processes may be documented. The primary method involves recording messages exchanged between interacting services, as well as the state of those services at the time of message exchange. These messages and states may have their contents transformed when recorded due to application dependent security and scalability requirements. The documentation style describes the types of transformations that can be performed. An actor that processes the recorded documentation must understand the transformations performed on it in order to interpret or utilise it appropriately. This document is a profile of several basic documentation style transformations that are likely to be useful in application domains that use process documentation. It is not intended to be exhaustive; other profiles may be provided of alternative documentation style transformations which may be generic or more specific in nature.

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Published date: 2006
Keywords: Provenance, specification
Organisations: Electronics & Computer Science


Local EPrints ID: 263049
PURE UUID: 887d1385-6759-4b9c-b97d-6df4e5a4f0a3

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Date deposited: 03 Oct 2006
Last modified: 18 Jul 2017 08:45

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Author: V Tan
Author: S Munroe
Author: P Groth
Author: Sheng Jiang
Author: S Miles
Author: L Moreau

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