The CAP framework for business process modelling

@article{Phalp1998TheCF,
  title={The CAP framework for business process modelling},
  author={Keith Phalp},
  journal={Information & Software Technology},
  year={1998},
  volume={40},
  pages={731-744}
}
Business process modelling is an area of work that is increasingly used in conjunction with software development. For example, many development methods note the importance of strategic or business modelling, typically as a prerequisite to analysis. In addition, Systems Engineering for Business Process Change suggests the need to model the business process in maintaining and evolving existing (legacy) systems. In order to model business processes, one needs to consider what notations are most… CONTINUE READING
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