Supporting the Co-adaption of Process Properties
Paper in proceedings, 2016

Process verification has become an essential activity to correct and to remove errors before process execution. Typical process verification ecosystems propose to express properties to be verified on the process. When a process is adapted, the existing properties must naturally be re-checked to ensure that no errors have been introduced. However, the properties may become outdated and must be co-adapted w.r.t. the adapted process before to be re-checked. Otherwise, the verification may raise false alarms or may not detect newly introduced errors. In this paper, we propose a co-adaptation approach for control-flow process properties. We systematically studied control-flow process changes to identify those that do impact properties, and for which we propose resolution strategies. Our preliminary evaluation shows that our resolutions strategies allow to support users in correctly co-adapting impacted properties.


Djamel Eddine Khelladi

Reda Bendraou

Regina Hebig

University of Gothenburg

Marie-Pierre Gervais

Proceedings of the International Conference on Software and Systems Process (ICSSP)


Areas of Advance

Information and Communication Technology

Subject Categories

Computer and Information Science

Computer Systems





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