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Lecture Notes in Informatics

INFORMATIK 2003 - Innovative Informatikanwendungen, Band 1, Beiträge der 33. Jahrestagung der Gesellschaft für Informatik e.V. (GI), 29. September - 2. Oktober 2003 in Frankfurt am Main. P-34, 259-263 (2003).

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Klaus R. Dittrich (ed.), Wolfgang König (ed.), Andreas Oberweis (ed.), Kai Rannenberg (ed.), Wolfgang Wahlster (ed.)

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Business process reference model languages: experiences from BPI projects

Chris Taylor and Christian Probst


Natural Language is not appropriate for reference models because it risks being an in-complete, unstructured and inconsistent form of representation. This paper presents insights into a qualitative study examining both textual descriptions and semi-formal models based on ITIL. The conclusion is that a hybrid approach of models and textual extended explanations and definitions is the best approach to depicting business process reference models.

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