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A Tool for Process Merging in Business-Driven Development

@inproceedings{Kster2008ATF,
  title={A Tool for Process Merging in Business-Driven Development},
  author={J. K{\"u}ster and C. Gerth and A. F{\"o}rster and G. Engels},
  booktitle={CAiSE Forum},
  year={2008}
}
  • J. Küster, C. Gerth, +1 author G. Engels
  • Published in CAiSE Forum 2008
  • Computer Science
  • Business-driven development favors the construction of process models at different abstraction levels and by different people. As a consequence, there is a demand for consolidating different versions of process models by merging them. In this paper, we study a basic scenario, derive requirements and present a prototype for detecting and resolving changes between process models. 
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