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A business process attempts to encapsulate the delivery of a sequence of tasks, typically starting from accepting a service request and ending at certain points, such as the completion of the service. In this ever changing environment, it is a challenging task to maintain the consistency between the business processes and the underlying information systems(More)
Typically, large companies in an effort to increase efficiency specify business processes using workflow languages, while software designers specify the systems that implement these processes with the use of languages like UML. This separation of domain expertise allows for software engineers from each individual area to work more efficiently using domain(More)
A business software application often has two perspectives: the business flow and operation that the application intends to solve, and the source code and its design and flow upon which the application is built. As one changes and evolves, the other needs to be synchronized. This paper addresses an approach to synchronize these two models for effective(More)
In this ever-changing business environment, business processes are constantly being customized to reflect the up-to-date organizational structure and business objectives. Furthermore, technological updates and innovation also affect the way business is carried out. A workplace application provides an interactive electronic working environment that(More)
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