Parent-Child Relation Between Process Instances

@inproceedings{Pufahl2016ParentChildRB,
  title={Parent-Child Relation Between Process Instances},
  author={Luise Pufahl and Mathias Weske},
  booktitle={BPM},
  year={2016}
}
Business process management systems are well equipped to support the enactment of business processes. [] Key Method The approach is implemented in a cloud-based BPMS, and the technical contribution is embedded in a design methodology. A simulation shows that the cycle time and process execution costs can be significantly reduced by using parent-child relationships between process instances.

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