Workflow Patterns for Business Process Modeling


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Thom, Lucineia Heloisa and Lochpe, Cirano and Reichert, Manfred (2007) Workflow Patterns for Business Process Modeling. In: Workshops and Doctoral Consortium of the 19th International Conference on Advanced Information Systems Engineering, CAiSE 2007, 11-15 June 2007, Trondheim, Norway (pp. pp. 349-358).

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Abstract:For its reuse advantages, workflow patterns (e.g., control flow patterns, data patterns, resource patterns) are increasingly attracting the interest of both researchers and vendors. Frequently, business process or workflow models can be assembeled out of a set of recurrent process fragments (or recurrent business functions), each of them having generic semantics that can be described as a pattern. To our best knowledge, so far, there has been no (empirical) work evidencing the existence of such recurrent patterns in real workflow applications. Thus, in this paper we elaborate the frequency with which certain patterns occur in practice. Furthermore, we investigate completeness of workflow patterns (based on recurrent functions) with respect to their ability to capture a large variety of business processes.
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