An evolutionary approach to process engineering

@inproceedings{Robertson2007AnEA,
  title={An evolutionary approach to process engineering},
  author={Ian Robertson},
  year={2007}
}
This work proposes an adaptation of the conventional view of engineering to account for the unique problems associated with the representation, analysis, and enactment of models of organization processes. The particular factors required of evolution support processes are identified, and experiments to confirm abstract concepts are described. Accepted for: Many Facets of Process Engineering Workshop, Tunisia Sept . An evolutionary approach to process engineering I. Robertson, Informatics Process… CONTINUE READING

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