Exploiting process patterns and process instances to support adaptability of dynamic business processes

A. Bögl, C. Natschläger, M. Karlinger, M. Schrefl. Exploiting process patterns and process instances to support adaptability of dynamic business processes. pages 173-177, 9, 2014.

Autoren
  • Andreas Bögl
  • Christine Natschläger
  • Michael Karlinger
  • Michael Schrefl
Editoren
  • F. Morvan
  • R. Wagner
  • A. M. Tjoa
BuchProceedings of the 25th International Workshop on Database and Expert Systems Applications - DEXA 2014
TypIn Konferenzband
VerlagCPS
ISBN978-1-4799-5722-4
Monat9
Jahr2014
Seiten173-177
Abstract

The traditional approach for business process modeling is rather static, since all possible process flows must be specified at design-time. This restricts the possibility of the user to react to unexpected situations, so conventional business processes cannot represent the flexible way in which human actors would handle discrepancies between real-world and computerized activities. This paper presents a new approach for dynamic business processes that automatically adapts to changed circumstances based on domain-specific process patterns and an evaluation of related process instances. The presented approach not only finds potential alternatives for failed activities, it also ranks them by exploiting process knowledge implicitly captured by former business process execution.