Wirsing, Martin and Hölzl, Matthias and Acciai, Lucia and Banti, Federico and Clark, Allan and Fantechi, Alessandro and Gilmore, Stephen and Gnesi, Stefania and Gönczy, László and Koch, Nora and Lapadula, Alessandro and Mayer, Philip and Mazzanti, Franco and Pugliese, Rosario and Schroeder, Andreas and Tiezzi, Francesco and Tribastone, Mirco and Varró, Dániel
SENSORIA Patterns: Augmenting Service Engineering with Formal Analysis, Transformation and Dynamicity.
Leveraging Applications of Formal Methods, Verification and Validation (ISoLA 2008).
Communications in Computer and Information Science, 17
Springer, pp. 170-190.
The IST-FET Integrated Project Sensoria is developing a novel comprehensive approach to the engineering of service-oriented software systems where foundational theories, techniques and methods are fully integrated into pragmatic software engineering processes. The techniques and tools of Sensoria encompass the whole software development cycle, from business and architectural design, to quantitative and qualitative analysis of system properties, and to transformation and code generation. The Sensoria approach takes also into account reconfiguration of service-oriented architectures (SOAs) and re-engineering of legacy systems.
In this paper we give first a short overview of Sensoria and then present a pattern language for augmenting service engineering with formal analysis, transformation and dynamicity. The patterns are designed to help software developers choose appropriate tools and techniques to develop service-oriented systems with support from formal methods. They support the whole development process, from the modelling stage to deployment activities and give an overview of many of the research areas pursued in the Sensoria project.
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