A formal foundation for process modeling

@inproceedings{Menzel2001AFF,
  title={A formal foundation for process modeling},
  author={Christopher Menzel and Michael Gr{\"u}ninger},
  booktitle={FOIS},
  year={2001}
}
Process modeling is ubiquitous in business and industry. While agreat deal of effort has been devoted to the formal andphilosophical investigation of processes, surprisingly littleresearch connects this work to real world process modeling. Thepurpose of this paper is to begin making such a connection. To doso, we first develop a simple mathematical model of activities andtheir instances based upon the model theory for the NIST ProcessSpecification Language (PSL), a simple language for… CONTINUE READING
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