By Mike P. Papazoglou (auth.), Zohra Bellahsène, Michel Léonard (eds.)
This ebook constitutes the refereed court cases of the twentieth foreign convention on complex details structures Engineering, CAiSE 2008, held in Montpellier, France, in June 2008.
The 35 revised complete papers and nine revised brief papers awarded including 1 keynote lecture have been conscientiously reviewed and chosen from 273 submissions. The papers are geared up in topical sections on duality and procedure modelling, interoperability of IS and firms, refactoring, details platforms in e-government and life-science, wisdom styles for IS engineering, requisites engineering for IS, conceptual schema modelling, provider infrastructure, carrier evolution, versatile info applied sciences, metrics and strategy modelling, info method engineering, and IS improvement with ubiquitous technologies.
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Specifically, when executed, the modeled processes might not be guaranteed to reach their goals. We propose that assigning ontological semantics to process modeling constructs can result in more meaningful models. Furthermore, the ontological semantics can impose constraints on the allowed process models which in turn can provide rules for developing process models. In particular, such models can be designed to be valid in the senses that the process can accomplish its goal when executed. We demonstrate this approach for Petri Net based process models.
E1 ∈ •a ∪ a•, but e2 ∉ •a ∪ a • , where ●a (a●) denotes the input (output) information entities of activity a. In other words, e1 dominates e2, if (1) for every activity that uses e2 as an input, e1 is also used as an input, (2) for every activity that uses e2 as an output, e1 is used as an output, and (3) e1 is used by at least one activity that does not use e2. If e2 is only used as an input in the process scope, this domination is called referential domination. With inclusive domination, e2 is used as an output in at least one business activity.
The essence of the analysis is in mapping common situations that can occur when a domain undergoes state transitions, into a WF-net representation. For a process to be guaranteed to reach its goal, its definition should fulfill three conditions: (1) no situations should arise where it “hangs”, (2) completeness: all possible states should have defined transitions, and (3) no infinite loops. e. in merge situations. Merges occur because a split has occurred earlier in the process. By choosing only appropriate combinations of splits and merges, the process can be guaranteed to proceed.
Advanced Information Systems Engineering: 20th International Conference, CAiSE 2008 Montpellier, France, June 16-20, 2008 Proceedings by Mike P. Papazoglou (auth.), Zohra Bellahsène, Michel Léonard (eds.)