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Lecture Notes in Informatics


Modellierung 2014 P-225, 121-136 (2014).

Gesellschaft für Informatik, Bonn
2014


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Coupling and process modeling: an analysis at hand of the eepc

Daniel Braunnagel , Florian Johannsen and Susanne Leist

Abstract


Business process modeling is a fundamental aspect in BPM initiatives. Being a central means of communication and documentation, both the quality and understandability of process models are decisive. However, the concept of process model quality is still not fully understood. The recent development has highlighted the role of coupling in models. Coupling is expected to represent an important dimension of quality for conceptual models. Still, contrary to software engineering, this perspective is hardly understood or adapted in form of metrics in process modeling. Therefore, this work collects diverse coupling metrics in the field of software engineering and transfers them to the eEPC modeling language. Once


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