A component-based product line architecture for workflow management systems
Lazilha, Fabrício Ricardo; Barroca, Leonor; de Oliveira Junior, Edson Alves; de Souza Gimenes, Itana Maria;
This paper presents a component-based product line for workflow management systems. The process followed to design the product line was based on the Catalysis method. Extensions were made to represent variability across the process. The domain of workflow management sys... View more
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