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  • 1. The SCORE Team
    Context and Research Perspective
  • 2. The Logo Soup
    3 Universities
    +
    2 Research institutes
    =
    A research lab
    and
    A research center
  • 3. Nancy in France
  • 4. LORIA numbers
    Around 450 people
    150 researchers and faculty
    150 phd students and post-docs
    150 support staff (administration, technician and engineers)
    Missions are
    Fundamental and applied research
    Training
    Technology transfer
  • 5. Main research topics
    High-performance calculations, simulation and visualization
    Quality and safety of computer-based systems
    Parallel, distributed and communicating systems
    Models and algorithms for bio-sciences
    Natural Language Processing and multi-modal communication
    Knowledge representation and processing
  • 6. SCORE – score.loria.fr
    Service and Cooperation
    LORIA and INRIA team
    Formerly ECOO
    Numbers
    9 researchers and faculty members
    6 PhD (soon 8) and 2 Post Doc
    4 Engineers
  • 7. SCORE foundations
    Distributed Collaborative Systems
    Distributed Data Management
    Computer Supported Collaborative Work
    Service Oriented Computing
    BPM (flexibility, user centred)
    Service composition
    Non Functional Aspects (Transaction, Security)
    Engineering
  • 8. Methodological foundations
    System design and development
    Formal validation
    Experimental and Empirical Studies
  • 9. Distributed Collaborative Systems
    How to support people working together but distributed in time, space and organisations
    Requires expertise in
    Distributed systems (data and services are everywhere)
    CSCW (users are involved)
    Our vision : Collaborate without a central authority
    Better acceptance
    Better reliability
    Allow to apply different policies
  • 10. Consequences
    • P2P settings
    • 11. Data are shared but everybody keeps a copy and control on the copy
    • 12. E.g. Distributed VCS
    • 13. Distributed process orchestration
    • 14. Push orchestration near the service provider
    • 15. Control data flow among partners
  • CSCW
    Questions about support for collaborating teams and their coordination
    Implicit : knowing what the other are doing is sufficient to coordinate (workspace awareness)
    Explicit : coordination has to be modelled and enforced (process)
    Important issues
    How to detect conflicts
    How to solve conflicts
    How to avoid conflicts
    How to respect privacy
  • 16. Service Oriented Computing
    Development of applications at the scale of the web
    How to develop services that are
    Efficient, Safe, Secure, Flexible, Adaptative
    How to ensure/enforce some properties on service composition
    Transactional properties, Security properties, Privacy/Quality of service
  • 17. BPM
    Two main problems
    Inter-organisational processes
    Flexible Human Driven processes
    Inter-organisational processes
    Distribution of execution and control
    Flexible process
    Bonita WFMS
    Crisis Management support
  • 18. Perspectives : Scaling up
    Identify and manage collaboration and service at a new scale
    From group to communities
    From people and organisations to social networks
    Without a central authority
    Requires
    New paradigm for security (Trust ?)
    New paradigm for coordination ?
    Uses cases
    Crisis management
    Production of international scientific report (climate report)
    Crowd Sourcing
    ...