Supporting Ontology-Based Semantic Annotation of Business Processes with Automated Suggestions

  title={Supporting Ontology-Based Semantic Annotation of Business Processes with Automated Suggestions},
  author={Chiara Di Francescomarino and Paolo Tonella},
Annotation of Business Processes with semantic tags taken from a domain ontology is beneficial to several activities conducted on Business Processes, such as comprehension, documentation, analysis and evolution. On the other hand, the task of semantically annotating Business Processes is time-consuming and far from trivial. The authors support Business Process designers in the annotation of process elements by automatically suggesting candidate concepts. The annotation suggestions are computed… 
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