[owl-s] Synchronization with "Split" and "SplitJoin"
mdaenzer at gmx.net
Wed Oct 26 10:58:12 EDT 2005
Split completes directly after its processes are scheduled for
execution, but not already executed, whereas Split+Join completes after
the execution of all its processes has completed. Split is somewhat
similar to an asynchronous method call and Split+Join is somewhat
similar to a synchronous method call.
Hope this helps
ahtisham aslam wrote:
>can anyone give a little bit explaination of how
>"Split" and "SplitJoin" are helpfull in creating
>"Synchronization" between process components.
>Further more, your comments to understand, in which
>situations one should use "Split" and when
>A little bit explaination of capabilities of "Split"
>and "SplitJoin", because the definition of "Split" and
>"SplitJoin" in OWL-S 1.1 Technical Overview is not
>enough to differentiate between them.
>with tnx waiting for response.
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