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Context: The increasing adoption of process-aware information systems (PAISs) such as workflow management systems, enterprise resource planning systems, or case management systems, together with the high variability in business processes (e.g., sales processes may vary depending on the respective products and countries), has resulted in large industrial(More)
The increasing adoption of Process-Aware Information Systems, together with the reuse of process knowledge, has led to the emergence of process model repositories with large process families, i.e., collections of related process model variants. For managing such related model collections two types of approaches exist. While behavioral approaches take(More)
The increasing adoption of process-aware information systems and the high variability of business processes in practice have resulted in process model repositories with large collections of related process variants (i.e., process families). Existing approaches for variability management focus on the modeling and configuration of process variants. However,(More)
Business Processes (BP) exist in many variants depending on the application context. The use of variability mechanisms in BPs becomes essential for organizations to reduce development and maintenance efforts. However, such mechanisms entail big challenges. At design time, poor model specifications can turn process variants into difficult-to-maintain and(More)
The increasing adoption of process-aware information systems (PAISs), together with the variability of business processes (BPs), has resulted in large collections of related process model variants (i.e., process families). To effectively deal with process families, several proposals (e.g., C-EPC, Provop) exist that extend BP modeling languages with(More)
Ref. #: ProS-TR-2011-03 Title: BP Variability Case Studies Development using different Modeling Approaches Author (s): Clara Ayora, Victoria Torres and Vicente Pelechano Corresponding author (s): cayora@pros.upv.es vtorres@pros.upv.es pele@pros.upv.es Document version number: 1.2 Final version: No Pages: 30 Release date: February 2011
Context. Many critical systems must meet safety compliance needs from safety standards. These standards are usually large textual documents whose compliance needs can be hard to understand. As a solution, the use of models has been proposed. Goal. We aim to provide evidence of the extent to which models improve the understanding of safety compliance needs.(More)
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