Case Handling in Construction

@inproceedings{AalstCaseHI,
  title={Case Handling in Construction},
  author={Wil M. P. van der Aalst}
}
Case handling is a new means for supporting flexible and knowledge intensive business processes. Unlike workflow management, which uses predefined process control structures to determine what should be done during a workflow process, case handling focuses on what can be done to achieve a business goal. In this paper, case handling is introduced as a new possibility for supporting construction processes. The construction of buildings and related facilities is a difficult and complex process… CONTINUE READING

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