Bibliography of process modeling: An Emerging research field
Business process modeling has emerged as an immensely popular purpose of conceptual modeling in practice. Research on business process modeling is based on diverse topics of research methods and covers a wide area including modeling techniques, methodologies, methods and tools, but increasingly also empirical studies related to success factors, complexity drivers, experience reports and success measures. This paper contributes to the related body of knowledge by providing a first consolidated annotated bibliography of process modeling with a focus on Information Systems-related research. The paper discusses the overall article extraction method and gives a snap shot of the current research trends, reporting on different publication outlets and of the rigor of the published work. Moreover, it provides a detailed analysis of the specific content of the papers. As such, it provides not only important references for researchers in this field, but also contributes to the design of a research agenda.
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