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Process Programming and Workflow

Process programs coordinate the efforts of people, computers, tools. We are investigating language mechanisms to support process programming, and using process programming languages to write executable code for software processes. We are developing Little-JIL, a process programming language, and Juliette, an interpretation engine to guide execution of process programs written in Little-JIL.

In LASER, we are focused on process programming technology as a platform for the evaluation, comparison, analysis, evolution and improvement of a wide range of processes. We believe that programming will lead to better understanding and improvement of the processes, as well as providing more effective computerized support.

Recent Publications

Modal Abstraction View of Requirements for Medical Devices Used in Healthcare Processes
Heather M. Conboy, George S. Avrunin, Lori A. Clarke, International Conference on Software Engineering, Workshop on Software Engineering in Health Care (SEHC'13), San Francisco, CA, USA, May 20-21, 2013. (UM-CS-2013-010)

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Resource Scheduling through Resource-Aware Simulation of Emergency Departments
Seung Yeob Shin, Hari Balasubramanian, Yuriy Brun, Philip L. Henneman, Leon J. Osterweil, Workshop on Software Engineering in Health Care (SECH'13), San Franxisco, CA, USA, May 20-21, 2013. (UM-CS-2013-019)

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Supporting Process Undo and Redo in Software Engineering Decision Making
Xiang Zhao, Yuriy Brun, Leon J. Osterweil, 8th International Conference on Software and System Process (ICSSP '13), May 18-19, 2013. (UM-CS-2013-016)

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Supporting Undo and Redo in Scientific Data Analysis
Xiang Zhao, Emery R. Boose, Yuriy Brun, Barbara Staudt Lerner, Leon J. Osterweil, 5th USENIX Workshop on the Theory and Practice of Provenance (TaPP '13), Lombard, IL, April 2-3, 2013. (UM-CS-2013-015)

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