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  • Contract Text
    and individuals ranging from international trade law to verbal offer and acceptance between people A contract is instantiated as a set of obligations between its parties which are either fulfilled cancelled or violated A good contract defines the rights and

    Original URL path: http://jeffsutherland.org/oopsla98/marshall/sld011.htm (2016-04-27)
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  • Contract Diagram
    information system These slides show how a contract can be designed using UML and implemented in XML one of many options Just as a contract has clauses that specify the courses of action in all situations a contract diagram represents it through its deontic states and the conditions which relate them This is a specialization of a state transition diagram in which each state represents a situation state of affairs

    Original URL path: http://jeffsutherland.org/oopsla98/marshall/sld012.htm (2016-04-27)
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  • Contract Class
    Each results in another state of affairs coming into effect which is ultimately the terminating clause of the contract A set of clauses oblige permit or prohibit each party to perform processes in terms of the contract where permission and prohibition are types of authorization The appropriate process may be instantiated in terms of the contract and when completed results in a new state of affairs The contract and its

    Original URL path: http://jeffsutherland.org/oopsla98/marshall/sld013.htm (2016-04-27)
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  • XML Contract
    this the supply contract is translated into an equivalent XML document The textual form of the document can be reconstructed from the 060DESCRIPTION 062 sections including its party and clause elements Each 060CONTRACT 062 has a name and two or more 060PARTY 062 sections each of which is also named and contains one or more clauses The types of clause include 060PERMIT 062 060PROHIBIT 062 and 060OBLIGE 062 each defining

    Original URL path: http://jeffsutherland.org/oopsla98/marshall/sld014.htm (2016-04-27)
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  • Enterprise Model
    of one or more artifacts The plan objects are concerned with the scheduling of objectives and instantiating activities to achieve them The rule objects define the rights and obligations of parties and the policies to be applied in all situations A command organization is based on power so does not require contracts to conduct its affairs A request for work to be done is scheduled and executed directly red arrows

    Original URL path: http://jeffsutherland.org/oopsla98/marshall/sld015.htm (2016-04-27)
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  • Organization Responsibilities
    internal policies budgets and schedules and by contracts to coordinate that shared with its peers It must also be able to engage in meaningful communication with those peers Policies and contracts including laws conventions and standards are administered by a contract manager The capability of the unit is defined by the processes it can do and the contracts define the conditions under which it may perform each process Work is

    Original URL path: http://jeffsutherland.org/oopsla98/marshall/sld016.htm (2016-04-27)
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  • Organization Unit
    process may be instantiated Obligations and objectives in terms of the contracts are managed by the purpose manager in response to messages between units A process manager instantiates processes to fulfill these obligations Workflow between actors is managed within the unit by the process manager which allocates each process step to an appropriate actor Communication between units is effected by a message manager which translates the internal representation to that

    Original URL path: http://jeffsutherland.org/oopsla98/marshall/sld017.htm (2016-04-27)
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  • Purpose or Contract Manager
    what it is permitted and prohibited to request and from whom The manager may list potential suppliers in order of desirability and may specify a preferred supplier Conversely obligations in terms of contracts identify index the process by which each can be satisfied This enables the purpose manager to determine if a request from another party is authorized and to enact the correct process if it is The manager may

    Original URL path: http://jeffsutherland.org/oopsla98/marshall/sld018.htm (2016-04-27)
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