Bringing Process to Post Production
La Rosa, Marcello, ter Hofstede, Arthur H.M., Rosemann, Michael, & Shortland, Katherine (2008) Bringing Process to Post Production. In International Conference "Creating Value: Between Commerce and Commons", 25-27 June 2008, Brisbane, Australia.
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Recent developments in the field of business process management have made it possible to effectively deal with large collections of process models that exhibit many similarities but also context-dependent differences. In this paper these developments are exploited in the domain of screen business. In particular, different processes in audio editing are described in an integrated artifact, called reference process model, capturing their context-dependent variation points. This model can then be configured by domain experts, who are asked to select the process variants that best suit the needs of a specific audio editing project, via the use of a questionnaire. It is argued that configurable reference process models provide a structured basis for communicating the state-of-the-art in this rapidly evolving field.
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