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Service Oriented Architecture (SOA) forms an ideal infrastructure for Business Process Management as applications are invoked using standard interfaces and protocols. Automatic services can be composed together with human tasks into complex business processes that cross departmental borders and integrate customer and partner processes. Despite the current(More)
General-purpose modeling languages are inadequate to model and visualize business processes precisely. An enterprise has its own vocabulary for modeling processes and its specific tasks may have attached data that define the tasks precisely. We propose using Domain Specific Modeling (DSM) languages to model business processes, such that an enterprise can(More)
There are often three groups of experts involved in the design and implementation of business processes in a service oriented enterprise; business analysts, solution architects and system developers. They collaborate with each other to transform a high-level design created by a business analyst to a final executable workflow, based on a service composition(More)
Design and implementation of a business process in an enterprise often requires three groups of experts: business analysts, solution architects and developers. They collaborate to transform a high-level business process to a final executable system based on e.g. BPEL. Since enterprises often utilise their own domain concepts and use technologies in their(More)
Many enterprises use their own domain concepts when they model business processes. They may also use technology in specialized ways when they implement the business processes in a Business Process Management (BPM) system. In contrast, BPM tools often provide a standard business process modeling language, a standard implementation technology and a fixed(More)
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