Falko Koetter

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Event-driven business process management can help businesses to monitor and guarantee correct and efficient execution of their business processes. Two examples of this are using events to monitor processes and control execution. However, many companies lack mature, executable process models and rely on legacy software systems to execute processes. Creating(More)
—Management of business processes is typically performed on multiple levels, each with different granularity, language constructs, and abstraction. Starting from an initial sketch of the activities to be performed, several refinements are made to entirely specify the business process, its artifacts, and participants. Then, information relevant for process(More)