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  • Reasoning on UML data-centric business process models

     Estañol Lamarca, Montserrat; Sancho Samsó, Maria Ribera; Teniente Lopez, Ernest
    International Conference on Service Oriented Computing
    Presentation's date: 2013-12-04
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    Verifying the correctness of data-centric business process models is important to prevent errors from reaching the service that is offered to the customer. Although the semantic correctness of these models has been studied in detail, existing works deal with models defined in low-level languages (e.g. logic), which are complex and difficult to understand. This paper provides a way to reason semantically on data-centric business process models specified from a high-level and technology-independent perspective using UML.

  • Artifact-centric business process models in UML

     Estañol Lamarca, Montserrat; Queralt Calafat, Anna; Sancho Samsó, Maria Ribera; Teniente Lopez, Ernest
    International Workshop on Data-and Artifact-centric BPM
    Presentation's date: 2012-09-03
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    Business process modeling using an artifact-centric approach has raised a signicant interest over the last few years. This approach is usually stated in terms of the BALSA framework which denes the four \dimensions" of an artifact-centric business process model: Business Artifacts, Lifecycles, Services and Associations. One of the research challenges in this area is looking for dierent diagrams to represent these dimensions. Bearing this in mind, the present paper shows how all the elements in BALSA can be represented by using the UML language. The advantages of using UML are many. First of all, it is a formal language with a precise semantics. Secondly, it is widely used and understandable by both business people and software developers. And, last but not least, UML allows us to provide an artifact-centric specication for BALSA which incorporates also some aspects of process-awareness.

  • EU-Rent as an artifact-centric process model: technical report

     Estañol Lamarca, Montserrat; Queralt Calafat, Anna; Sancho Samsó, Maria Ribera; Teniente Lopez, Ernest
    Date: 2012-09-20
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