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REFERENCES
Person-to-Application Processes: Workflow Management
3.2CHARACTERIZATION OF PERSON-TO-PERSON INTERACTIONS
3.3CHARACTERIZATION OF PERSON-TO-PERSON SYSTEMS
4.1INTRODUCTION
4.2EXAMPLES OF EAI AND B2B PROCESSES
4.3CONCEPTS, ARCHITECTURES, AND TOOLS
4.4FUTURE DEVELOPMENTS
4.5EXERCISES
Process Modeling Using UML
5.1INTRODUCTION
5.2MODELING CONTROL FLOW WITH ACTIVITY DIAGRAMS
5.3MODELING OBJECTS AND OBJECT FLOW
5.4MODELING ORGANIZATIONAL STRUCTURE
5.5MODELING BUSINESS PARTNER INTERACTIONS
5.6SYSTEM-SPECIFIC PROCESS MODELS
5.7SUMMARY
5.8EXERCISES
Process Modeling Using Event-Driven Process Chains
6.1INTRODUCTION
6.2OVERVIEW OF EPC
6.3THE ARIS BUSINESS PROCESS META-MODEL
6.4HOW TO CORRECTLY MODEL EPCs
6.5THE ARIS ARCHITECTURE
6.6FUTURE EXTENSIONS
6.7EXERCISES
Process Modeling Using Petri Nets
7.1INTRODUCTION
7.2PETRI NETS
7.3PETRI NET CLASSES AND BEHAVIOR
7.4MODELING SINGLE PROCESSES WITHOUT RESOURCES
7.5MODELING PROCESSES WITH RESOURCES
7.6BEHAVIOR AND REFINEMENT
7.7ANALYSIS
7.8NET CLASSES
EXERCISES
Patterns of Process Modeling
8.2 CLASSIFICATION OF PATTERNS
8.3 EXAMPLES OF CONTROL-FLOW PATTERNS
8.4 CONCLUSION
8.5 EXERCISES
ACKNOWLEDGMENTS
Process Design and Redesign
9.2METHODOLOGIES, TECHNIQUES, AND TOOLS
9.3BUSINESS PROCESS PERFORMANCE INDICATORS
9.4REDESIGNING PROCESSES USING BEST PRACTICES
9.5INFORMATION-BASED BUSINESS PROCESS DESIGN
9.6CONCLUSION
9.7EXERCISES
Process Mining
10.1INTRODUCTION
10.2PROCESS MINING: AN OVERVIEW
10.3PROCESS MINING WITH THE ␣␣ALGORITHM
10.4LIMITATIONS OF THE ␣␣APPROACH AND POSSIBLE SOLUTIONS
10.5CONCLUSION
Transactional Business Processes
11.1INTRODUCTION
11.2TRANSACTIONAL CONSISTENCY
11.3ATOMICITY
11.4INFRASTRUCTURE FOR IMPLEMENTING ATOMICITY
11.5OUTLOOK
11.6EXERCISES AND ASSIGNMENTS
12.3WFMC REFERENCE MODEL AND WFMC GLOSSARY
12.4PROCESS DEFINITION IN XPDL
12.5PROCESS INVOCATION USING WF-XML
12.6TRENDS
12.7EXERCISES
The Business Process Execution Language for Web Services
13.1INTRODUCTION TO WEB SERVICES
13.2BPEL4WS
13.3SUMMARY
13.4EXERCISES
Workflow Management in Staffware
14.1 INTRODUCTION
14.2 ARCHITECTURE
14.4 METHODOLOGY
14.5 RESOURCING
14.6 CONCLUSION
14.7 EXERCISES
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Process-Aware Information Systems: Bridging People and Software Through Process Technology

Process-Aware Information Systems: Bridging People and Software Through Process Technology

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A unifying foundation to design and implement process-aware information systems

This publication takes on the formidable task of establishing a unifying foundation and set of common underlying principles to effectively model, design, and implement process-aware information systems. Authored by leading authorities and pioneers in the field, Process-Aware Information Systems helps readers gain a thorough understanding of major concepts, languages, and techniques for building process-aware applications, including:
* UML and EPCs: two of the most widely used notations for business process modeling
* Concrete techniques for process design and analysis
* Process execution standards: WfMC and BPEL
* Representative commercial tools: ARIS, TIBCO Staffware, and FLOWer

Each chapter begins with a description of the problem domain and then progressively unveils relevant concepts and techniques. Examples and illustrations are used extensively to clarify and simplify complex material. Each chapter ends with a set of exercises, ranging from simple questions to thought-provoking assignments. Sample solutions for many of the exercises are available on the companion Web site.

Armed with a new and deeper understanding, readers are better positioned to make their own contributions to the field and evaluate various approaches to a particular task or problem. This publication is recommended as a textbook for graduate and advanced undergraduate students in computer science and information systems, as well as for professionals involved in workflow and business process management, groupware and teamwork, enterprise application integration, and business-to-business integration.

A Solution's Manual is available online. An Instructor Support FTP site is also available.
A unifying foundation to design and implement process-aware information systems

This publication takes on the formidable task of establishing a unifying foundation and set of common underlying principles to effectively model, design, and implement process-aware information systems. Authored by leading authorities and pioneers in the field, Process-Aware Information Systems helps readers gain a thorough understanding of major concepts, languages, and techniques for building process-aware applications, including:
* UML and EPCs: two of the most widely used notations for business process modeling
* Concrete techniques for process design and analysis
* Process execution standards: WfMC and BPEL
* Representative commercial tools: ARIS, TIBCO Staffware, and FLOWer

Each chapter begins with a description of the problem domain and then progressively unveils relevant concepts and techniques. Examples and illustrations are used extensively to clarify and simplify complex material. Each chapter ends with a set of exercises, ranging from simple questions to thought-provoking assignments. Sample solutions for many of the exercises are available on the companion Web site.

Armed with a new and deeper understanding, readers are better positioned to make their own contributions to the field and evaluate various approaches to a particular task or problem. This publication is recommended as a textbook for graduate and advanced undergraduate students in computer science and information systems, as well as for professionals involved in workflow and business process management, groupware and teamwork, enterprise application integration, and business-to-business integration.

A Solution's Manual is available online. An Instructor Support FTP site is also available.

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