MOBILE: A Modular Workflow Model and Architecture

@inproceedings{Jablonski1994MOBILEAM,
  title={MOBILE: A Modular Workflow Model and Architecture},
  author={Stefan Jablonski},
  year={1994}
}
Workflows are characterized by multiple aspects: the functional aspect describes what has to be executed; the behavioral aspect tells when to execute a workflow; the organizational aspect determines agents that have to perform a workflow; the informational aspect defines data flow between workflows. In this paper we present a workflow model which follows this separation into various aspects. The major principle of the workflow model is modularity what is the prerequisite for reusability… CONTINUE READING
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