Definitions for "Choreography"
Keywords:  ballet, dance, routine, music, song
The art of representing dancing by signs, as music is represented by notes; -- also called choregraphy.
the art of composing dances for individuals or groups, including the planning of the movements and steps; also, the planning of movements and steps for figure skaters, performed on ice.
Movements integrated into a song in order to enhance the performance.
The pattern of interaction, expressed as a pattern of types of messages, between requestors and providers (or a set thereof). or The (potentially automated) design, execution, and monitoring of a sequenced set of information exchanges (Activities or Activity Sets) among a set of participants. A Choreography is frequently in support of a Collaboration. May also include: The ability to specify complex sequencing of the use of a web service’s operations, A description of the temporal and/or logical dependencies among Activities, The necessary states that give rise to the particular message patterns, or Within the context of a business transaction the description of the ordering and transitions between business transactions or sub collaborations within a binary collaboration. Choreography, in this context, can also include process and security controls, for example.
A choreography defines the sequence and conditions under which multiple cooperating independent agents exchange messages in order to perform a task to achieve a goal state. Web Services Choreography concerns the interactions of services with their users. Any user of a Web service, automated or otherwise, is a client of that service. These users may, in turn, be other Web Services, applications or human beings. Transactions among Web Services and their clients must clearly be well defined at the time of their execution, and may consist of multiple separate interactions whose composition constitutes a complete transaction. This composition, its message protocols, interfaces, sequencing, and associated logic, is considered to be a choreography. [WSC Reqs
The business transactions are sequenced relative to each other in a choreography. The business transaction choreography describes the ordering and transitions between business transactions or sub collaborations within a binary collaboration.
Level: Component Choreography is the design, often visualized in a script or score, for a performance, usually involving dancers. A choreography is also the result of this design, i.e. the score itself or the detailed description of the performance. Various notation mechanisms – textual or visual – exist for this purpose. Choreography is also the act of creating this script or score.
a notation used by choreographers
the planning and coordination of activities for an event, especially one to be held in public.
A mechanism for orchestrating multiple services together by specifying (usually by graphical tools) the linkages and coordination between them to create a business process. It also defines the flow of information among the set of services, participants, and activities.
Systematically using different places in your training areas for different kinds of training behavior. For example, standing or sitting in a different position for delivering input, setting up an exercise, taking and answering questions, recounting stories, etc. This sets up spatial anchors for the group.