Business Process Management: International Conference, BPM by Arthur ter Hofstede (auth.), Wil M. P. van der Aalst,

By Arthur ter Hofstede (auth.), Wil M. P. van der Aalst, Mathias Weske (eds.)

This publication constitutes the refereed lawsuits of the foreign convention on company approach administration, BPM 2003, held in Eindhoven, The Netherlands, in June 2003.

The 25 revised complete papers provided including an introductory survey article have been conscientiously reviewed and chosen from seventy seven submissions. one of the concerns addressed are net providers, workflow modeling, company approach modeling, collaborative computing, computer-supported collaborative paintings, workflow styles, enterprise technique engineering, company approach styles, workflow structures, Petri nets, technique companies, enterprise method reengineering, and enterprise technique administration instruments.

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In the DySCo (Dynamic Service Composition) project, the workflow model becomes the basis for a multi-layered composition framework for web services. The distinctive aspect of DySCo is the separation of composition logic from coordination and aggregation logic. The model enforces a level of indirection between the capabilities involved in a composite solution and the configuration of web services that deliver such capabilities. The implementation framework for DySCo makes explicit reuse of workflow technology for the modelling and enactment of composite solutions.

Example 3. Applying Algorithm 3 on R (L(p)) from Example 2 results in the model A(P(S(a, b), (c, d)), S(P(c, S(b, a)), d)) depicted in Figure 2. 5 Model Transformation In this step we transform the initial model into a consolidated and anticipative form. For this purpose we use three different kinds of transformations. First, we detect loops and complete the model with appropriate loop operators. Second, we merge parallel paths in the model by applying a term rewriting system.

1) and for WF instances (cf. Def. 2) based on them. Definition 1 (Well-Structured Marking-Net, WSM-Nets). A tuple S = (N, D, NT, CtrlE, SyncE, LoopE, DataE, EC) is called a Well-Structured Marking-Net if the following holds: – N is a set of activities and D a set of process data elements – NT: N → StartFlow, { EndFlow, Activity, AndSplit, AndJoin, XOrSplit, XOrJoin, StartLoop, EndLoop} – CtrlE ⊂ N × N is a precedence relation – SyncE ⊂ N × N is a precedence relation between activities of parallel executed branches – LoopE ⊂ N × N is a set of loop backward edges – DataE ⊆ N × D × {read, write} is a set of read/write data links between activities and data elements – EC: CtrlE ∪ SyncE ∪ LoopE →Predicates(D) where Predicates(D) denotes the set of all valid transition conditions on data elements from D.

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