Schema evolution in process management systems

  title={Schema evolution in process management systems},
  author={Stefanie Rinderle-Ma},
  booktitle={Encyclopedia of Database Systems},
Continuously arising new trends in information technology and developments at the (e–business) market let companies crave for automated business process support. Process management systems offer the promising possibility to (electronically) define, control, and monitor business processes. However, if this technology shall be applicable in practice it must be possible to change running business processes even at runtime. Basically, such process changes can take place at two levels – the process… CONTINUE READING

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