By Mike P. Papazoglou (auth.), Zohra Bellahsène, Michel Léonard (eds.)
This publication constitutes the refereed court cases of the twentieth foreign convention on complicated info platforms Engineering, CAiSE 2008, held in Montpellier, France, in June 2008.
The 35 revised complete papers and nine revised brief papers offered including 1 keynote lecture have been rigorously reviewed and chosen from 273 submissions. The papers are geared up in topical sections on duality and procedure modelling, interoperability of IS and organizations, refactoring, details platforms in e-government and life-science, wisdom styles for IS engineering, standards engineering for IS, conceptual schema modelling, carrier infrastructure, carrier evolution, versatile info applied sciences, metrics and technique modelling, info process engineering, and IS improvement with ubiquitous technologies.
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Proof: Assume p1 is reachable from p2. When t fires, p2 and p3 become active, and while p3 may lead to o, p2 will lead infinitely to the sequence that activates t. This means that o may be reached while the loop sub-domain is unstable, in contradiction to Necessary condition 6. time_out c5 c1 i register send_questionnaire archive c3 process_questionnaire no_processing o evaluate c6 c4 c2 processing_OK check_processing processing_required c7 process_complaint c8 c9 processing_NOK Fig. 2. A complaint processing process To demonstrate how the necessary conditions can be used, let us examine the example given in Fig.
The information entities that are used to describe business processes in this manner have been called various names, including adaptive documents (ADoc) , adaptive business objects (ABO) , business artifacts , and lately business entities. In this paper, we will refer to them as business entities. This new paradigm has been successfully tested through customer engagements. However, several problems remain. First, the concept of business entities is informal with no theoretical underpinnings.
As an independent sub-domain changes its state to a stable one, it is possible some other independent sub-domains will become unstable and will begin transforming. Thus, a sequence of transformations occurs. This sequence comprises a process. Process models usually include split and merge points, which reflect either concurrency or choice between possible alternative paths. We now interpret these in GPM terms. First, it is possible a set of states arrived at may be partitioned so the next transformation is defined differently for each subset of states.