Modeling has always been at the core of organizational and information systems design. Business process models are foundational to all the phases of the BPM life-cycle and cover different aspects depending on the final modeling purpose. Traditional activity-centric process modeling languages focus on capturing the logical flow of activities while leaving other perspectives poorly supported. By taking BPMN as a reference, this thesis aims to investigate how and to which extent, existing activity-centric process modeling languages may be used to capture the temporal, informational, and decision perspectives of business processes, prompting a novel viewpoint on multi-perspective process modeling.

Tackling different business process perspectives modeling data, time, and decisions in BPMN processes

Zerbato F.
2019-01-01

Abstract

Modeling has always been at the core of organizational and information systems design. Business process models are foundational to all the phases of the BPM life-cycle and cover different aspects depending on the final modeling purpose. Traditional activity-centric process modeling languages focus on capturing the logical flow of activities while leaving other perspectives poorly supported. By taking BPMN as a reference, this thesis aims to investigate how and to which extent, existing activity-centric process modeling languages may be used to capture the temporal, informational, and decision perspectives of business processes, prompting a novel viewpoint on multi-perspective process modeling.
Business Process Management, BPMN, DMN, Process modeling
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