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Formal Verification for Feature-Based Composition of Workflows / Anton, Setzer

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Swansea University Author: Anton, Setzer

DOI (Published version): 10.1109/EDCC.2018.00039

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We developed a framework to specify and prove properties of feature-based composition of workflows. Specifically, we use techniques from feature-oriented software development and apply them to implement workflows that vary depending on which of several features are enabled. Our framework allows the...

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Published: Iasi (Romania) SERENE 2018:10th International Workshop on Software Engineering for Resilient Systems 2018
Online Access: http://www.cs.swan.ac.uk/~csetzer/articles/SERENE/SERENE18/SERENE18AdelsbergerIgriedMoserSavenkoSetzer.pdf
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description We developed a framework to specify and prove properties of feature-based composition of workflows. Specifically, we use techniques from feature-oriented software development and apply them to implement workflows that vary depending on which of several features are enabled. Our framework allows the modular definition of features and promotes the separation of concerns in the workflow definitions. In addition, we obtain a single artefact that represents the entire software product line through the use of the expressiveness of dependent types, allowing the application of family-level formal verification.Our framework is based on Agda which is both a theorem prover and a programming language. We apply our framework to a case study from the healthcare domain which implements feature-based composition of workflows for medication prescriptions. Our setting allows the workflow to be changed according to patients&apos; specific cases and doctors&apos; needs while having trustworthiness through formal verification.
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