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Model-Driven Development of Human Tasks for Workflows

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Model-Driven Development of Human Tasks for Workflows
In order to increase efficiency, enterprises support their business processes by information technology (IT). The majority of business processes requires human interaction. By means of human interaction the complexity of the supporting IT grows. Model-driven approaches to software development are a promising solution to be able to cope with this complexity. According to these approaches all aspects of the developed software are captured in models and automatically transformed to source code of the desired platform. Currently there is still a lack of precise models for capturing necessary aspects of human interaction. Hence there is still a lot of manual development and configuration work to do to enable humans to perform a task within IT supported business processes. In this article we demonstrate an approach to model human tasks for business processes and propose an extension to Service-Oriented Architecture (SOA) to support the execution of human tasks. A case study fortifies the ap...
Stefan Link, Philip Hoyer, Thomas Schuster, Sebast
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Type Conference
Year 2008
Where ICSEA
Authors Stefan Link, Philip Hoyer, Thomas Schuster, Sebastian Abeck
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