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-====== Many-to-Many Some Observations ​on Interactions ​in Artifact Choreographies ​======+====== ​ Many-to-many Some observations ​on interactions ​in artifact choreographies ​====== 
 +Fahland, D., de Leoni, M., Dongen B. F. van, and Aalst, W. M. P. van der (2011).  
 +//​Many-to-many:​ Some observations on interactions in artifact choreographies. In ZEUS 2011, volume 705 of CEUR Workshop Proceedings,​ pages 9–15. CEUR-WS.org,​ 2011// 
 +[[http://​ceur-ws.org/​Vol-705/​paper1.pdf | Link to Article]]
-D. Fahland, M. de Leoni, B.F. van Dongen and W.M.P. van der Aalst\\ 
-//In D. Eichhorn, A. Koschmider & H. Zhang (Eds.), Service under ihre Komposition (Proceedings of the 3rd Central-European Workshop, ZEUS 2011, Karlsruhe, Germany, February 21-22, 2011). (CEUR Workshop Proceedings,​ Vol. 705, pp. 9-15). CEUR-WS.org.//​ 
-===== Abstract ===== 
-Artifacts have been proposed as basic building blocks for complex processes that are driven by life-cycle aware data objects. An artifact choreography describes the interplay of several artifacts from which the process “emerges”. By design, an artifact choreography is tightly coupled to the process’ underlying data model which gives rise to complex interactions between artifacts. This paper presents a simple model for these interactions and outlines open challenges in artifact choreographies. 
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