Decentralized Electronic Process Execution Framework in Global Village Services Reference Model

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Web service paradigm and related technologies have provided desired means for the realization of electronic processes that are based on a centralized management approach. Large scale electronic processes require particular considerations on scalability, heterogeneity, availability issues that in turn, require particular consideration on distribution. We investigate some characteristics of centralized and distributed electronic process execution approaches. This paper is also a study to extension of our previously published book, which has introduced Global village services reference model (GVSRM) as a reference model, which could be used to develop and unify E-Commerce, E-Business, and E-Government services as the software artifacts [15] . Our main aim is to present a framework which enables dynamic electronic processes distribution based on runtime circumstances in GVSRM. The proposed technique provides a generalized approach to the distribution of processes.



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