Context Based Reasoning in Business Process Models

@inproceedings{Balabko2003ContextBR,
  title={Context Based Reasoning in Business Process Models},
  author={Pavel Balabko and Alain Wegmann},
  booktitle={IRI},
  year={2003}
}
Modeling approaches often are not adapted to human reasoning: models are ambiguous and imprecise. A same model element may have multiple meanings in different functional roles of a system. Existing modeling approaches do not relate explicitly these functional roles with model elements. A principle that can solve this problem is that model elements should be defined in a context. We believe that the explicit modeling of context is especially useful in Business Process Modeling (BPM) where the… CONTINUE READING

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