Surrey CS PhD student presented work at DisCoTec 2017 workshop ICE

Author: Nurulhuda A Manaf (PhD Student)

The 12th International Federated Conference on Distributed Computing Techniques (DisCoTec 2017) which was held in Neuchatel, Switzerland between 19 June and 22 June 2017, was one of the major events sponsored by the International Federation for Information Processing (IFIP). DisCoTec brought together several conferences and workshops as a platform, for sharing and discussing the ideas and opinions pertaining to all aspects of distributed applications, including theory, models, architectures, tools, verification technique, as well as experimental studies and practice report.

One of the workshops in DisCoTec, more specifically, the Interaction and Concurrency Experience Workshop (ICE), was a great consequence for my PhD study. I had the opportunity and experience to meet a lot of well-known experts, to share my research work, and to obtain the opinions and the comments from the experts.

I was invited to present my research work for oral presentation regarding “Generating Choreographies from SBVR Model”, the title of the submitted paper. This paper presents the novelty of the declarative approach to automated choreography generation from the proposed approach Semantics of Business Vocabulary and Business Rules (SBVR), an OMG standard for specifying business models in structured English. This involves architecting online service applications ensuring the collaboration achieves the overall business goal while adhering to the global constraints agreed between the interacting participants.