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Metrics for process models : empirical foundations of verification, error prediction, and guidelines for correctness / Jan Mendling.

By: Mendling, Jan
Material type: TextTextSeries: Lecture notes in business information processing 61865-1348Publisher: Berlin New York Springer c2008Description: xix, 193 p. ill. 24 cmISBN: 9783540892236; 3540892230Subject(s): Business -- Data processing -- Management | Business -- Data processing -- Mathematical models | Management information systems | Workflow -- Management | AffärssystemDDC classification: 658.4038 Other classification: 658.4 | Qbabb Online resources: Inhaltsverzeichnis | Vorwort 1 | Cover | Inhaltsverzeichnis | Publisher description
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"Business process modeling plays an important role in the management of business processes. As valuable design artifacts, business process models are subject to quality considerations. The absence of formal errors such as deadlocks is of paramount importance for the subsequent implementation of the process." "In his book Jan Mendling develops a framework for the detection of formal errors in business process models and the prediction of error probability based on quality attributes of these models (metrics). He presents a precise description of Event-driven Process Chains (EPCs), their control-flow semantics and a suitable correctness criterion called EPC soundness."--BOOK JACKET
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Includes bibliographical references (p. [165]-190) and index

"Business process modeling plays an important role in the management of business processes. As valuable design artifacts, business process models are subject to quality considerations. The absence of formal errors such as deadlocks is of paramount importance for the subsequent implementation of the process." "In his book Jan Mendling develops a framework for the detection of formal errors in business process models and the prediction of error probability based on quality attributes of these models (metrics). He presents a precise description of Event-driven Process Chains (EPCs), their control-flow semantics and a suitable correctness criterion called EPC soundness."--BOOK JACKET

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