Storyboard augmentation of process model grammars for stakeholder communication
Nardella, Kathleen, Brown, Ross A., & Kriglstein, Simone (2014) Storyboard augmentation of process model grammars for stakeholder communication. In IVAPP 2014: Proceedings of the 5th International Conference on Information Visualization Theory and Applications, SCITEPRESS - Science and Technology Publications, Sana Lisbon Hote, Lisbon, pp. 114-121. (In Press)
Process models are often used to visualize and communicate workflows to involved stakeholders. Unfortunately, process modeling notations can be complex and need specific knowledge to be understood. Storyboards, as a visual language to illustrate workflows as sequences of images, provide natural visualization features that allow for better communication, to provide insight to people from non-process modelling expert domains. This paper proposes a visualization approach using a 3D virtual world environment to visualize storyboards for business process models. A prototype was built to present its applicability via generating output with examples of five major process model patterns and two non-trivial use cases. Illustrative results for the approach show the promise of using a 3D virtual world to visualize complex process models in an unambiguous and intuitive manner.
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