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This article covers the basic principles of business process management and introduces a business transaction language to realize a novel business transaction model for end-to-end business services. This book helps provide an environment where robust and successful service-based applications (SBAs) can be realized by combining application integration strategies with transaction-based business process management technologies.
 
This article covers the basic principles of business process management and introduces a business transaction language to realize a novel business transaction model for end-to-end business services. This book helps provide an environment where robust and successful service-based applications (SBAs) can be realized by combining application integration strategies with transaction-based business process management technologies.
  
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Hantry, F., M.P. Papazoglou, W. van den Heuvel, R. Haque, E. Whelan, N. Carroll, D. Karastoyanova, F. Leymann, C. Nikolaou, W. Lamersdorf, and M. Hacid. 2010. "Business Process Management," in Service Research Challenges and Solutions for the Future Internet S-Cube – Towards Engineering, Managing and Adapting Service-Based Systems, edited by M. Papazoglou, K. Pohl, M. Parkin, and A. Metzger. Berlin and Heidelberg, Germany: Springer-Verlag. p. 27-54.

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This article covers the basic principles of business process management and introduces a business transaction language to realize a novel business transaction model for end-to-end business services. This book helps provide an environment where robust and successful service-based applications (SBAs) can be realized by combining application integration strategies with transaction-based business process management technologies.

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