Vertical Alignment of Process Models - How Can We Get There?

@inproceedings{Weidlich2009VerticalAO,
  title={Vertical Alignment of Process Models - How Can We Get There?},
  author={Matthias Weidlich and Alistair P. Barros and Jan Mendling and Mathias Weske},
  booktitle={BMMDS/EMMSAD},
  year={2009}
}
There is a wide variety of drivers for business process modelling initiatives, reaching from business evolution and process optimisation over compliance checking and process certification to process enactment. That, in turn, results in models that differ in content due to serving different purposes. In particular, processes are modelled on different abstraction levels and assume different perspectives. Vertical alignment of process models aims at handling these deviations. While the advantages… CONTINUE READING
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