The Influence of Notational Deficiencies on Process Model Comprehension

@article{Figl2013TheIO,
  title={The Influence of Notational Deficiencies on Process Model Comprehension},
  author={Kathrin Figl and Jan Mendling and Mark Strembeck},
  journal={J. AIS},
  year={2013},
  volume={14},
  pages={1}
}
Research Article Kathrin Figl Vienna University of Economics and Business kathrin.figl@gmail.com Jan Mendling Vienna University of Economics and Business contact@mendling.com Mark Strembeck Vienna University of Economics and Business mark.strembeck@wu.ac.at Visual process models are helpful when analyzing and improving complex organizational processes. However, the symbol sets used in different modeling notations vary in perceptual discriminability, visual expressiveness, and semantic… CONTINUE READING
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