Design-Time Process Optimization through Optimization Patterns and Process Model Matching

@article{Niedermann2010DesignTimePO,
  title={Design-Time Process Optimization through Optimization Patterns and Process Model Matching},
  author={Florian Niedermann and Sylvia Radesch{\"u}tz and Bernhard Mitschang},
  journal={2010 IEEE 12th Conference on Commerce and Enterprise Computing},
  year={2010},
  pages={48-55}
}
The goal of process design is the construction of a process model that is a priori optimal w.r.t. the goal(s) of the business owning the process. Process design is therefore a major factor in determining the process performance and ultimately the success of a business. Despite this importance, the designed process is often less than optimal. This is due to two major challenges: First, since the design is an a priori ability, no actual execution data is available to provide the foundations for… CONTINUE READING

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