The pragmatics of event-driven business processes

@inproceedings{Weigand2011ThePO,
  title={The pragmatics of event-driven business processes},
  author={Hans Weigand},
  booktitle={I-Semantics '11},
  year={2011}
}
Event-Driven Architectures are a critical instrument for tomorrow's fast-acting and agile enterprises. To benefit maximally from the technological innovations in service-oriented computing, businesses need to link an event orientation to a service perspective. However, this cannot be done effectively without considering the pragmatics of event-driven business processes. This paper first introduces a design method for event-driven business processes based on an integrative event ontology. This… CONTINUE READING

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