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Interaction generation for decentralized process execution

: Schlegel, Thomas; Thiel, Simon

Pham, Duc Truong (Hrsg.); Eldukhri, Eldaw E. (Hrsg.); Soroka, Anthony. J. (Hrsg.); Höpf, Michael (Programme and Organising Committee) ; Cardiff University, Manufacturing Engineering Center; European Commission:
Innovative production machines and systems : 5th I*PROMS Virtual Conference, 6th-17th July 2009
Dunbeath: Whittles, 2010
ISBN: 978-1-84995-006-0
ISBN: 1-8499-5006-7
Virtual International Conference on Innovative Production Machines and Systems (IPROMS) <5, 2009, Online>
Conference Paper
Fraunhofer IAO ()

The scientific and industrial discussion about rapid reconfiguration, web technologies and process flexibility has lead to a demand for process modelling and execution systems, which offer high flexibility, adaptability and extensibility for the processes. While the automation domain focuses on changes of parameters and programs to comply with such changes, the user interface is often not considered. But humans play and will play a major role in most of the industrial and service systems of today and tomorrow. This paper describes how it becomes possible to execute interactive processes that can be dynamically adapted to current needs in a decentralized environment without reprogramming software. It covers the specialties of interactive processes, presents the concept of core interactions and offers an approach for user interface generation during runtime based on descriptive interaction models. Two prototypes from the European research projects INT-MANUS and IWARD are described from this perspective to show the viability of the approach.