SAIF Behavioral Framework

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SAIF Behavioral Framework

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The Behavioral Framework (BF) provides a set of constructs for defining the behavioral semantics of specifications, which enableWorking Interoperability. As a result, the focus of the BF is accountability – a description of “who does what when.” Accountability describes the perspective of the various technology components that are involved in a particular instance or scenario designed to achieve Working Interoperability (WI). The BF is technology-neutral and, therefore, can be used within model-driven Specification stacks, such as the Services-Aware Interoperability Framework (SAIF) Enterprise Conformance and Compliance Framework ( ECCF).

Tony Julian