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Tsoutsa P.,University of Patras | Fitsilis P.,Administration TEI of Thessaly | Ragos O.,University of Patras
ACM International Conference Proceeding Series | Year: 2017

In this paper, we describe our ongoing work on modeling services in industry domains. Nowadays, many large software systems that are developed for industry are mainly built from services. Yet, modeling services and their interaction still remain a challenging task. Moreover, new emerged technologies such as cloud computing, Internet of Things (IoT), microservices, "smart" factories and Cyber Physical Systems (CPS) create additional concerns and need to be integrated into existing models. This imposes a change to the monolithic architectures used to model service interaction and cooperation. In this work, we argue that modeling interaction of services can be handled more effectively by modeling services with the role modeling (RM) approach. Afterwards, we aim to exploit the modeling features and formally present the RM diagrams to using a logic system where we will be able to reason over the composition of services in industry domains. © 2017 ACM.

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