Michael Zeising

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—In this paper we describe how declarative process modeling together with ontologies can be used to build complex clinical process models. Our approach supports the definition of functional, behavioral, organizational, data and operational process perspectives, resulting in an expressive and flexible modeling language. We use constraints for representing(More)
The Declarative Process Intermediate Language (DPIL) is a declarative process modelling language that allows for specifying multi-perspective and multi-modal agile, i.e., flexible, processes. The expres-siveness of DPIL and its suitability for business process modelling have been evaluated with respect to the well-known Workflow Patterns. The DPIL Framework(More)
Most real-world business processes involve a combination of both well-defined and previously modelled as well as unforeseen and therefor un-modelled scenarios. The goal of comprehensive process management should be to cover all actually performed processes by accurate models so that they may be fully supported by IT systems. Unmodelled processes can be(More)