Monitoring business constraints with the event calculus

@article{Montali2013MonitoringBC,
  title={Monitoring business constraints with the event calculus},
  author={Marco Montali and Fabrizio Maria Maggi and Federico Chesani and Paola Mello and Wil M. P. van der Aalst},
  journal={ACM TIST},
  year={2013},
  volume={5},
  pages={17:1-17:30}
}
Today, large business processes are composed of smaller, autonomous, interconnected subsystems, achieving modularity and robustness. Quite often, these large processes comprise software components as well as human actors, they face highly dynamic environments and their subsystems are updated and evolve independently of each other. Due to their dynamic nature and complexity, it might be difficult, if not impossible, to ensure at design-time that such systems will always exhibit the desired… CONTINUE READING
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