Designing business rules for mediation : a process towards agent-mediated business coordination

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Zhao, Z.; Dignum, M.V.; Dignum, F.P.M.;
(2008)

Business process integration is a very active research area, in which mediation is one of the fundamental architectural choices. Mediators have difficulties to design mediation services that meet the requirements of the different stakeholders. Business rules play an imp... View more
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