University of Technology of Troyes
A local choreography describes how a business partner - from his perspective - interacts with other business partners. If local choreographies are developed in isolation, the local choreographies of different partners will not match. A global choreography, which describes the interactions from a neutral perspective, may serve as an agreement model between the partners and each partner may derive local choreography. Global choreographies developed by standard organizations, industry consortia, or market leaders should be publicly available. Furthermore, business partners have to register their local choreographies and bind it to the supported global choreographies.