Process Model Comprehension: The Effects of Cognitive Abilities, Learning Style, and Strategy

@article{Recker2014ProcessMC,
  title={Process Model Comprehension: The Effects of Cognitive Abilities, Learning Style, and Strategy},
  author={Jan Recker and Hajo A. Reijers and Sander G. van de Wouw},
  journal={CAIS},
  year={2014},
  volume={34},
  pages={9}
}
ion ability is a cognitive process that enables an individual to establish an abstract model for an entity of the external world by identifying its common information and relevant attributes or properties [Bennedsen and Caspersen, 2006]. This ability applies to process modeling, as these models themselves represent abstractions from things―individual instances of the process, to classes of things―a common model that encompasses the execution of several process instances. The ability to abstract… CONTINUE READING

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