Business Process Behavior is ( Almost ) Free-Choice

@inproceedings{ChoicePablo1996BusinessPB,
  title={Business Process Behavior is ( Almost ) Free-Choice},
  author={ChoicePablo and Andreas Straub},
  year={1996}
}
Pablo A. Straub and Carlos Hurtado L. straub@ing.puc.cl churtado@ing.puc.cl Depto. de Ciencia de la Computaci on Universidad Cat olica de Chile Vicu~ na Mackenna 4860 (143) Santiago 22, Chile Abstract Petri-nets have been used to model and analyze business process behavior, both in pure form and as the semantics of visual formalisms. We and others have advocated the use of a restricted class of nets called free-choice nets. Restricting models to free-choice nets leads to a polynomial algorithm… CONTINUE READING

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