Business Process Management: 4th International Conference, by Donald F. Ferguson, Marcia Stockton (auth.), Schahram

By Donald F. Ferguson, Marcia Stockton (auth.), Schahram Dustdar, José Luiz Fiadeiro, Amit P. Sheth (eds.)

This ebook constitutes the refereed lawsuits of the 4th overseas convention on company strategy administration, BPM 2006. The ebook provides 20 revised complete papers, five commercial papers, and 15 brief papers including an invited paper and the summary of an invited speak. The papers are prepared in topical sections on tracking and mining, carrier composition, procedure types and languages, dynamic strategy administration, internet carrier composition, and utilized enterprise procedure management.

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The places in in (out) are called input (output ) places. The inner of an oWFN N can be obtained from N by removing all interface places, together with their adjacent arcs. x). Throughout this paper we only consider acyclic open workflow nets, i. e. nets where the transitive closure of F contains no cycles. As an example, consider the oWFN N1 depicted in Fig. 2. Fig. 2. An example oWFN N1 . The net has three input places, login, terms, and order, and two output places, confirm and invoice. The initial marking m0 is [p0] which denotes one token on place p0.

22 N. Lohmann et al. Fig. 3. The IG for the net N1 of Fig. 2. The first node of the IG represents the hypothesis that the controller of N1 has about N1 when neither messages have been sent nor received: the net must be in state [p0], which is a deadlock. Hence, the first node contains the state [p0] only. However, sending a login message resolves the deadlock. login and a new (yet empty) node to the IG. login reaching the state [p1]. After successively firing all enabled transitions the next reachable deadlock is [p2,p3].

In either case it is not guaranteed that the message will always be consumed, and therefore it should not be sent in the first place. However, sending an abort is always correct. This simple example shows that even a small modification of a process may result in an unintended interactional behavior. The effect on the interactional behavior of a BPEL process is not obvious. Since this is not obvious even for small processes as in our shop example, it is even more challenging for BPEL processes of realistic size.

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