Matthias Kaiser, Jens Lemcke
Service-oriented architectures have brought significant progress for more flexible realization of business processes integrating functionality from heterogeneous sources. While more and more businesses adopt the new technology it becomes obvious that many questions are still not addressed to make it keep its promises, especially in the area of human efforts involved in business process composition. We introduce a framework for a possible next generation enterprise software based on, but going beyond that of service-oriented architectures utilizing logic programming taking advantage of formalized explicit policies as substantial constituents of enterprise systems.
Subjects: 2. Architectures; 6.3 User Interfaces
Submitted: Jan 25, 2008