On Application of Structural Decomposition for Process Model Abstraction

@inproceedings{Polyvyanyy2009OnAO,
  title={On Application of Structural Decomposition for Process Model Abstraction},
  author={Artem Polyvyanyy and Sergey Smirnov and Mathias Weske},
  booktitle={BPSC},
  year={2009}
}
Real world business process models may consist of hundreds of elements and have sophisticated structure. Although there are tasks where such models are valuable and appreciated, in general complexity has a negative influence on model comprehension and analysis. Thus, means for managing the complexity of process models are needed. One approach is abstraction of business process models-creation of a process model which preserves the main features of the initial elaborate process model, but leaves… CONTINUE READING

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