Papers by Keyword: Workflow

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Authors: Hao Yin, Guang Xue Chen
Abstract: This paper presents design and development of a viewing and editing tool, namely 3DPJ Editor, for Workflow visualization of 3D Print Job files. 3D Print Job (3DPJ) is an XML based format for 3D Printing job purposed to enable automation and integration of multiple vendor systems in a 3D Printing manufacture environment. The paper also shows preliminary 3DPJ format for further development of 3D Printing manufacture community with multiple vendors. The 3DPJ Format tries to separate content information and meta-data of 3D Print Jobs, in order to integrate different processes into one standard 3D Printing Workflow. The complete specification of 3DPJ should be further complex and comprehensive, and it should be gradually adopted by major 3D Printer vendors.
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Authors: R. Wang
Abstract: A manufacturing execution system (MES) is the information system of a process which actively collects processes and analyses the materials, semi-finished goods, finished goods, machine time, cost etc. on the production site in real time and monitors work in progress (WIP). In this work we present a service recommender system for active services according to service requestors’ goal in manufacturing execution system -workflows. The system is modeled as a multi-agent environment where clients and service agents negotiate using a Co-evolutionary Contract-Net (CeCN).It will improve the MES performance and capability and operating costs significantly.
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Authors: Hong Liu
Abstract: Workflow technology is a key technology to improve business process efficiency and productivity. It can monitor, control and coordinate the business processes and programs and can track the flow of work and information as well as the utility and inputs of resource in advance. Through workflow systems have a significant impact on organizations in the past decade, how to rapidly and cost-effectively satisfy the various dynamic demands of the market adapt to an unpredictable business environment and increasing rates of new production methods are the major challenges for enterprises. A service-based dynamically reconfigurable system framework was proposed in the paper. In the framework, a service center represents an intelligent service broker that offers a self-managed and integrated service to respond to the requests from the workflow adaptively. A workflow engine in this framework coordinates these service agents to implement particular business functions. The structure of the service agent, including its plan model, the relevant reconfiguration method and a service optimization mechanism, were discussed in the paper. A case study and an implementation were also presented.
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Authors: Jiang Min Zhao, Jian Kang, Tian Ge Li
Abstract: For the shortcomings of the traditional workflow in flexibility, this paper analyzes the advantages of Role Based Access Control Technology (RBAC) in realizing procedure permission dynamic management. With RBAC applied in it, this paper also constructs the flexible workflow model of Role Based Access Control and gives out the definition of the engine as well as the components concerned. In addition, it also solves the problems of the flexible operation of resource and dynamic assigning tasks in the business process, and applies the engine into the specific business process.
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Authors: Fan Feng Lu, Shi Ying, Kai Zhao, Li Zhang
Abstract: A novel workflow engine for Web service orchestration, JBPM4WS is proposed in this paper. JBPM4WS is built on JBPM, a well-known workflow engine. We extend the workflow language JPDL, which is adopted by JBPM, to support service invoking. JBPM4WS engine adopts four-layer architecture, and is implemented based on some open-source frameworks, such as Hibernate, CXF and JAXB.
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Authors: Wen Chuan Yang, Guang Jie Lin, Jiang Yong Wang
Abstract: Accompany the widely use of Intelligent Traffic in China, all traffic input data streams to the Traffic Surveillance Center (TSC). Some metropolitan TSC, such as in Beijing, produces up to 18 million records and 1T image data arriving every hour. Normally, the job of the TSC is to monitor and retain data. There is a tendency to put more capability into the TSC, such as ad-hoc query for clone car identification and feedback abnormal traffic information. Thus we definitely need to think about what can be kept in working storage and how to analysis it. Obviously, the ordinary database cannot handle the massive dataset and complex ad-hoc query. MapReduce is a popular and widely used fine grain parallel runtime, which is developed for high performance processing of large scale dataset. In this paper, we propose CarMR, a MapReduce Clone Car Identification system based on Hive/Hadoop frameworks. A distributed file system HDFS is used in CarMR for fast data sharing and query. CarMR supports fast locating clone car and also optimizes the route to catch fugitive. Our results show that the model achieves a higher efficiency.
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Authors: Wen Chuan Yang, Rui Li, Zhi Dong Shang
Abstract: Accompany the widely use of smart phone in China, all inputs and routes packets streams to the Telecommunication Content Distribution Service Switching Centers (TSC). There is a tendency to put more capability into the switch, such as retain or query passing by data. Thus we definitely need to think about what can be kept in working storage and how to analysis it. Obviously, the ordinary database cannot handle the massive dataset and complex ad-hoc query. In this paper, we propose MRTSC, a MapReduce deep service analysis system based on Hive/Hadoop frameworks. A distributed file system HDFS is used in MRTSC for fast data sharing and query. MRTSC also optimizes scheduling for switch analysis jobs and supports fault tolerance for the entire workflow. Our results show that the model achieves a higher efficiency.
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Authors: Wen Chuan Yang, Jiang Yong Wang, Hao Yu Zeng
Abstract: With the widely use of smart phone in China, all inputs and routes packets streams to the Content Distribution Service (CDS) switching centers. Each produces up to 1.5 terabytes arriving every day. Normally, the job of the switch is to transmit data. Obviously, the ordinary database cannot handle the massive dataset and complex ad-hoc query. In this paper, we propose DeepMR, a MapReduce deep service analysis system based on Hive/Hadoop frameworks. A distributed file system HDFS is used in DeepMR for fast data sharing and query. DeepMR also optimizes scheduling for switch analysis jobs and supports fault tolerance for the entire workflow. Our results show that the model achieves a higher efficiency.
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Authors: Yong Ping Hao, Xiao Lei Xu, Wei Ping Shao, Peng Fei Zeng
Abstract: Through the analysis of the execution and dispatching principle of the Petri net, the business process management mode based on Petri net is proposed. We merge the place node and the transition node, and reside the token in the node. The only token in process instances and the sub-token in parallel process are introduced, which can avoid conflicts caused by multi-tokens. The business process model for the drawings design and approval is established, and it is verified by the workflow modeling system.
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Authors: Shan Zhou, Fang Yu Zhan
Abstract: The paper proposes a method for semantic message matching in automatic service composition. It develops a framework in which the exported message description and behavior description of a service, and represents the behavior of a service with a finite state machine. Since the service interface definition can be represented by ontology concepts, the internal representation language enables us to define some issues required by service composition formally, qualitative and quantitative constraints plus reasoning on concepts, and the service behavior can be represented using linear logic formulas, so the inference rules of linear logic can check the match-ability and satisfy-ability of service message.
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