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A Language and Methodology based on Scenarios, Grammars and Views, for Administrative Business Processes Modelling

@article{Ndadji2020ALA,
  title={A Language and Methodology based on Scenarios, Grammars and Views, for Administrative Business Processes Modelling},
  author={Milliam Maxime Zekeng Ndadji and Maurice Tchoup'e Tchendji and C. T. Djam{\'e}gni and D. Parigot},
  journal={ArXiv},
  year={2020},
  volume={abs/2010.13347}
}
In Business Process Management (BPM), process modelling has been solved in various ways. However, there are no commonly accepted modelling tools (languages). Some of them are criticized for their inability to capture both the lifecycle, informational and organizational models of processes. For some others, process modelling is generally done using a single graph; this does not facilitate modularity, maintenance and scalability. In addition, some of these languages are very general; hence, their… Expand
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