Most of this deliverable is provided by the CASE tool. If not, be as conciseas possible, while still conveying the critical details of the model.Approximately one page per unit is required.
PHYSICAL PROCESS MODEL SAMPLE – INTRODUCTION
was written for a system that allows remote end-users to access billing andcosting information.The sample is a subset of a complete physical processmodel. The model is divided into two sections. The first section provides anoverview of the functionality of the system along with a diagram to illustratethe organization of the program units. The second section providesdescriptions of the proposed program units. Interfaces with other programunits are identified and parameters are defined.Physical Process Model - Route Manager FunctionThis physical process model sample for a Route Manager function is asubset of a complete physical process model. It was built using theClient/Server methodology and the RAD methodology. For each unit withinthe Route Manager function, a narrative, functional parameters, fieldsummary, and process rules are provided. This document could serve as a physical process model template.
business Process Modeling
A process is a coordinated set of activities designed to produce a specificoutcome. There are processes for saving a file, constructing a building, andcooking a meal. In fact, there is a process for almost everything we do. A business process is a type of process designed to achieve a particular business objective.Business processes consist of many components, including:
The data needed to accomplish the desired business objective
Individual work tasks that manipulate, review, or act upon the data insome way
Decisions that affect the data in the process or the manner in which the process is conducted
The movement of data between tasks in the process
Individuals and groups which perform tasksProcesses can be manual or automated, fully documented or simplyknowledge in the minds of one or more people. They can be simple or complex. They can be formal, requiring exact adherence to all details; or flexible, provided the desired outcome is achieved.
Logical Process Modeling
Logical Process Modeling is the representation of a business process,