Semantic Business Process Validation

@inproceedings{Weber2008SemanticBP,
  title={Semantic Business Process Validation},
  author={Ingo Weber and J{\"o}rg Hoffmann and Jan Mendling},
  year={2008}
}
The use of formal semantics for the support of Business Process Management is an emerging branch of research, with substantial economic potential. In particular, business processes modelled in graphical notations such as BPMN can be semantically annotated to specify more precisely what the individual tasks in the process will be responsible for. This raises the need for, and opens up the opportunity to apply, semantic validation techniques: techniques that take the annotations and the… CONTINUE READING

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Semantic business process validation

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