University of New Orleans Fund
Runtime adaptability is a desired quality attribute in business processes, particularly cross-organizational ones. Past work showed that designing and implementing business processes following the REpresentational State Transfer (REST) principles increases runtime adaptability. However, the past solutions for RESTful Business Processes (RESTfulBP) were limited to manual selection of process fragments to be composed at runtime. Therefore, the authors have now integrated into the RESTfulBP system an extended version of their MiniZnMASC middleware to enable concurrent selection of different RESTfulBP process fragments for different classes of user at runtime.