EMF Workflow Model

Bryan Hunt (IBM)

Frameworks - Modeling · Short - 10 minutes  slideshare zip files
Tuesday, 16:00, 10 minutes | Room 203/204

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A workflow can be defined as a sequence of tasks that are combined, generally at runtime, to perform a complex function. An EMF workflow model is presented that can be easily extended by designers wanting to develop domain specific workflows. The model supports serial, parallel, and conditional execution of tasks, as well as parameterization of tasks. The workflow model will be discussed followed by an example on how to extend and use the workflow model. The workflow model is available from the EMFT MWE CVS repository.
Bryan Hunt works for the Systems and Technology Group at IBM. He is the architect for a set of Eclipse based tools used in the simulation and verification of IBM's server hardware. Bryan has expertise in large-scale distributed systems, hardware testing, and test failure analysis. Bryan's Eclipse technology interests include: Equinox, EMF, CDO, remote services, and server side Eclipse.

This session is part of the curated collection of short talks titled
"EMF Repository, Workflow, and Model Execution"

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