Cirano Iochpe

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Recently, a variety of workflow patterns was suggested for capturing different aspects in process-aware information systems (PAISs) including control and data flow, resources, process change, and exception handling. All these patterns are highly relevant for implementing PAISs and for designing process modeling languages. However, current patterns provide(More)
Frameworks and Patterns are important instruments that enable the reuse of successful software solutions in recurrent problems. Geographic information systems, on the other hand, are usually designed by people with only little knowledge of database modeling techniques. Therefore, we believe that analysis patterns and conceptual frameworks can both(More)
For their reuse advantages, workflow patterns are increasingly attracting the interest of both researchers and vendors. However, actual workflow modeling tools do not provide functionalities that enable users to define, query, and reuse workflow patterns properly. In this paper we gather a set of requirements for process modeling tools that aim to support(More)
Sharing information through the web is a practice that many organizations and users do daily. This generates a need of methodologies and tools for semantic integrating the obtained information. With the GIS community the scenario is not different, but the needs are a little different because of the particularities of the geographic data. In this paper we(More)
Business processes executed in organization are automated through a workflow system. Currently, there are several metamodels for business process and workflow process modelling. However, the limitations of these metamodels are twofold: First, the use of organizational structure aspects is limited and second they don’t support business (sub)process patterns(More)
Recently, a variety of workflow patterns has been proposed focusing on specific aspects like control flow, data flow, and resource assignments. Though these patterns are relevant for implementing Business Process Modeling (BPM) tools and for evaluating the expressiveness of BPM languages, they do not contribute to reduce redundant specifications of(More)