A configurable reference modelling language

  title={A configurable reference modelling language},
  author={Michael Rosemann and Wil M. P. van der Aalst},
  journal={Inf. Syst.},
Enterprise Systems (ES) are comprehensive off-the-shelf packages that have to be configured to suit the requirements of an organization. Most ES solutions provide reference models that describe the functionality and structure of the system. However, these models do not capture the potential configuration alternatives. This paper discusses the shortcomings of current reference modelling languages using Event-driven Process Chains (EPCs) as an example. We propose Configurable EPCs as an extended… CONTINUE READING
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