Many efforts are currently devoted to provide software developers with methods and techniques that can endow service-oriented computing with systematic and accountable engineering practices. To this purpose, a number of languages and calculi have been proposed within the SENSORIA project that address different levels of abstraction of the software engineering process. Here, we report on two such languages and the way they can be formally related within an integrated approach that can lead to verifiable development of service components from more abstract architectural models of business activities.
- formal methods
- modelling languages
- process calculi
- Service Component Architecture
- Service-Oriented Computing