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Informing the customer that a given item is out of stock). 1 (Interaction Model). The set of policies and rules, disciplining the executions of an e-commerce payment protocol involving a customer and a seller, is an interaction model, whose (atomic) activities are the set of message templates supported by the protocol. An instance of the protocol is characterized by a sequence of messages following its templates, exchanged between two agents playing the role of customer and seller. For example, supposing that alice is a customer and hatter a seller, the sequence of events • alice sends a payment message to hatter at time 5, referring to item tea; • at time 7, hatter replies to alice informing her that tea is out of stock; could represent the execution trace describing an instance of the protocol.

1 An Informal Characterization of Interaction Models 17 evaluate opportunities and find the best way to interact. In [215], Schonenberg et al. identify a taxonomy of four distinct types of flexibility, which act on different stages of the system’s life cycle, and involve either the modeling language used to specify interaction, or the underlying supporting environment. We briefly recall them in the context of interaction: Flexibility by design. The ability of accommodating flexibility directly at the language level, dealing with it during the design of an interaction model.

If In is a simple element, then the result should be a list containing that element. For example, when applied to the list [f, [l, a, [t]], [m, e]], the algorithm must produce the flattened list [f, l, a, t, m, e] as result. , on the definition of “flattening”, trying to reformulate it in a clear and precise manner. An unambiguous definition is: • the flattening of the empty list is the empty list; • the flattening of a simple element is the list containing that element; • the flattening of a non-empty list L corresponds to the concatenation of the lists obtained by flattening the head and the tail of L.

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