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A Process Scripting and Execution Environment

@inproceedings{Vidgof2020APS,
  title={A Process Scripting and Execution Environment},
  author={Maxim Vidgof and Philipp Waibel and Jan Mendling and Martin Schimak and Alexander Seik and Peter Queteschiner},
  booktitle={ER Forum/Posters/Demos},
  year={2020}
}
Many companies rely on business process management systems for their digital transformation initiatives. Beyond visual modeling languages, there is a need for an executable modeling language with data processing support and powerful abstractions for development. To overcome this gap, we developed a process scripting language called Factscript. In this paper, we present the Factscript language environment and showcase its application. 
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