Large and distributed organizations have to face a complex management problem: keeping track of state information of every “entity” (person, property, project, etc.). A traditional centralized database is not well suited if the communication between parts of the organization is not reliable or not “always-on’. In this paper we present an architecture, largely based on the distribution of formally structured documents, designed to support the tracking of “state changes” inside the organization.

Trentini, A., ARCELLI FONTANA, F., Tisato, F. (2003). A distributed document management approach for workflow support in the DBSA architecture. In 16th International Conference on Software Engineering & Knowledge Engineering (pp.503-509). KSI Press.

A distributed document management approach for workflow support in the DBSA architecture

ARCELLI FONTANA, FRANCESCA;TISATO, FRANCESCO
2003

Abstract

Large and distributed organizations have to face a complex management problem: keeping track of state information of every “entity” (person, property, project, etc.). A traditional centralized database is not well suited if the communication between parts of the organization is not reliable or not “always-on’. In this paper we present an architecture, largely based on the distribution of formally structured documents, designed to support the tracking of “state changes” inside the organization.
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distributed, document, management, approach, workflow, support, DBSA, architecture
English
16th International Conference on Software Engineering & Knowledge Engineering
Trentini, A., ARCELLI FONTANA, F., Tisato, F. (2003). A distributed document management approach for workflow support in the DBSA architecture. In 16th International Conference on Software Engineering & Knowledge Engineering (pp.503-509). KSI Press.
Trentini, A; ARCELLI FONTANA, F; Tisato, F
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