• Computer Science
  • Published in ZEUS 2017

Events in BPMN: The Racing Events Dilemma

@inproceedings{Mandal2017EventsIB,
  title={Events in BPMN: The Racing Events Dilemma},
  author={Sankalita Mandal},
  booktitle={ZEUS},
  year={2017}
}
Today, business process management is a key for companies to represent their operations using business process models. These business processes are executable using process engines. The process engines can produce and consume events for the completion of the processes. However, to receive the external events, we must rely on outer world sources such as a weather API, a traffic agency, an email from a different organization etc. While the digital world makes these message exchanges very… CONTINUE READING

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