Modelling Business Process Variability for Design-Time Configuration
La Rosa, Marcello, Dumas, Marlon, & ter Hofstede, Arthur H.M. (2008) Modelling Business Process Variability for Design-Time Configuration. In Cardoso, Jorge & van der Aalst, Wil M.P. (Eds.) Handbook of Research on Business Process Modeling. Information Science Reference (IGI Global). (In Press)
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A reference process model represents multiple variants of a common business process in an inte-grated and reusable manner. It is intended to be individualized in order to fit the requirements of a specific organization or project. This practice of individualizing reference process models provides an attractive alternative with respect to designing process models from scratch. In particular, it en-ables the reuse of proven practices. This chapter introduces techniques for representing variability in the context of reference process models, as well as techniques that facilitate the individualization of reference process models with respect to a given set of requirements.
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