Meerkamm & Jablonski (2011) A Meta-model-Framework for Structuring the Requirement Analysis in Process Design...

Citation Meerkamm, S., Jablonski, S. (2011). A Meta-model-Framework for Structuring the Requirement Analysis in Process Design. , 387–397. URL

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@article{meerkamm2011meta-model-framework,
author = {Meerkamm, Stephanie and Jablonski, Stefan},
isbn = {978-3-642-20632-0, 978-3-642-20633-7},
pages = {387--397},
title = {{A Meta-model-Framework for Structuring the Requirement Analysis in Process Design}},
year = {2011}
}

Abstract

Today, with process management generally established as an integrated management tool, there is a strong interest in process modeling. The organizations spent time and effort in generating the optimal process model. Although there is a multitude of process modeling techniques available, the modeling process is often inefficient and the results are not satisfying. As each use case makes other demands on a process modeling language and tool it may be due to the neglect of some aspect of the design phase supposed to include a comprehensive requirement analysis and the implementation of these in an appropriate language and tool. Thus we want to offer a framework which focuses more on the design phase. The approach is based on a meta model hierarchy, focusing on modeling. This hierarchy is extended with a design phase. The increased quality of the final process models will also influence the whole process life cycle.

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