Chen, Zheng and Moreau, Luc
Recording Accurate Process Documentation in the Presence of Failures
At Workshop on Methods, Models and Tools for Fault Tolerance, United Kingdom.
Scientific and business communities present unprecedented requirements on provenance, where the provenance of some data item is the process that led to that data item. Previous work has conceived a computer-based representation of past executions for determining provenance, termed process documentation, and has developed a protocol, PReP, to record process documentation in service oriented architectures. However, PReP assumes a failure free environment. The presence of failures may lead to inaccurate process documentation, which does not reflect reality and hence cannot be trustful and utilized. This paper outlines our solution, F-PReP, a protocol for recording accurate process documentation in the presence of failures.
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||Event Dates: July 3rd, 2007
|Venue - Dates:
||Workshop on Methods, Models and Tools for Fault Tolerance, United Kingdom, 2007-07-03
||Web & Internet Science
|3 June 2007||Published|
||20 Aug 2008 16:24
||22 Apr 2017 02:32
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