This is all theoretically possible. But if it's anything other than an academic endeavor I'd suggest against it.
You can attach the lens to a Canon, hold down the DOF-preview button and drop the battery to stick the aperture at a given f-stop.* That works around the lack of an electronic aperture interface on the view camera. Obviously having to put the lens on a separate body any time you want to change apertures is not very convenient.
You can trigger the back using a wakeup cable. The catch is there can't be any light reaching the sensor when the exposure ends so you'll have to put a lens cap, black cloth, or other light-blocker in front of the lens before ending the exposure. In practice this is only smooth in exposures longer than 2 seconds.
So, as you can see it is not impossible. But I'd suggest a Rodenstock 23HR or an HCam or Alpa FPS would be a much more practical path.
*I can NOT vouch for what damage/degradation/wear-tear this has on the lens other than to say I have done this on my own gear many times without issue.