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The DPIL Framework: Tool Support for Agile and Resource-Aware Business Processes

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The DPIL Framework: Tool Support for Agile and Resource-Aware Business Processes
The Declarative Process Intermediate Language (DPIL) is a declarative process modelling language that allows for specifying multiperspective and multi-modal agile, i.e., flexible, processes. The expressiveness of DPIL and its suitability for business process modelling have been evaluated with respect to the well-known Workflow Patterns. The DPIL Framework provides a tool set for supporting agile and resourceaware business processes based on the language DPIL. While the DPIL Modeller component is used to create and verify models, the DPIL Navigator depicts a rule-based execution engine for enacting models. It comprises a web-based worklist which allows process participants to choose and perform tasks. In addition to this, the DPIL Miner component allows for the discovery of DPIL models from event logs. 1 Background and Significance to BPM Two different representational paradigms for business processes can be distinguished: procedural models describe which activities can be executed ...
Stefan Schönig, Michael Zeising
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Type Journal
Year 2015
Where BPM
Authors Stefan Schönig, Michael Zeising
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