Enhancing Declarative Process Models with DMN Decision Logic

  title={Enhancing Declarative Process Models with DMN Decision Logic},
  author={Steven Mertens and Frederik Gailly and Geert Poels},
Modeling dynamic, human-centric, non-standardized and knowledgeintensive business processes with imperative process modeling approaches is very challenging. Declarative process modeling approaches are more appropriate for these processes, as they offer the run-time flexibility typically required in these cases. However, by means of a realistic healthcare process that falls in the aforementioned category, we demonstrate in this paper that current declarative approaches do not incorporate all the… CONTINUE READING
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