Advanced Services for Process Evolution: Monitoring and Decision Support

@inproceedings{Alloui2000AdvancedSF,
  title={Advanced Services for Process Evolution: Monitoring and Decision Support},
  author={Ilham Alloui and Sami Beydeda and Sorana C{\^i}mpan and Volker Gruhn and Fl{\'a}vio Oquendo and Christian Schneider},
  booktitle={EWSPT},
  year={2000}
}
Process support environments (PSEs) are widely used for modelling, enacting and analyzing human intensive processes. The benefits of a PSE become apparent when processes to be supported are long lived and distributed and contain heterogeneous components. Generally, such processes are subject to dynamic evolution, i.e. they have to be changed during their execution. Unfortunately, virtually none of the existing PSEs consider dynamic evolution of processes. This article explains the concepts and… CONTINUE READING

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