A Business Process Design Language

@inproceedings{Eertink1999ABP,
  title={A Business Process Design Language},
  author={Henk Eertink and Wil Janssen and Paul Oude Luttighuis and Wouter B. Teeuw and Chris A. Vissers},
  booktitle={World Congress on Formal Methods},
  year={1999}
}
Business process modelling and analysis puts specific requirements on models used and the language for expressing those models. The models should be easily understandable and analysable. In this paper we study the requirements for such a language and introduce a language that satisfies those requirements to a large extent. It was developed in the Testbed project, which aims at developing a systematic approach to business process change. The language, calledAMBER, has a graphical representation… CONTINUE READING
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