Business Process Management: 4th International Conference, by Donald F. Ferguson, Marcia Stockton (auth.), Schahram

By Donald F. Ferguson, Marcia Stockton (auth.), Schahram Dustdar, José Luiz Fiadeiro, Amit P. Sheth (eds.)

This ebook constitutes the refereed court cases of the 4th overseas convention on company technique administration, BPM 2006. The ebook provides 20 revised complete papers, five business papers, and 15 brief papers including an invited paper and the summary of an invited speak. The papers are equipped in topical sections on tracking and mining, provider composition, strategy types and languages, dynamic method administration, internet carrier composition, and utilized enterprise technique management.

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In our relative workflow meta model, these inter process links are defined as message descriptions before being linked, and messaging links after being linked, as shown in Figure 2. Finally, a relative workflow process can be created by combining the messaging links which connect “contactable” tasks of neighbouring organisations. As shown in Figure 2, a relative workflow process consists of three parts, viz. local workflow processes, perceivable workflow processes and relevant messaging links. Such a relative workflow process represents the collaborative business process perceivable from an organisation.

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Operating guidelines (a) of the original online shop of Fig. 5 and (b) of the modified shop of Fig. 8. The OG in (a) characterizes different intended customers of the original shop, whereas the OG in (b) documents that there is only one possible way to interact with the modified shop: to abort. The IG represents only one customer’s behavior. For further information we need Fiona to calculate the OG. It is depicted in Fig. 9(b) and consists of 7 nodes and 7 edges. A closer look at the OG reveals that actually every customer of the modified shop must eventually send an abort message.

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