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A Runtime Environment for Object-Aware Processes

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A Runtime Environment for Object-Aware Processes
In contrast to contemporary activity-centric process-aware information systems (PAIS), for which a multitude of concepts and implementations exist, there is only a very limited number of PAIS implementations using data-centric, artifact-centric or object-aware approaches. This demo paper presents the implementation of a client-server runtime environment for the object-aware approach to process management. Our implementation is based on the PHILharmonicFlows conceptual framework, where individual processes define the behavior of an object and its interactions with other objects. The current implementation of the runtime environment allows for the instantiation and execution of micro processes, which define object behavior. Interaction with a data-driven micro process instance is enabled through automatically generated userforms as part of a graphical user interface. Additionally, the user interface can display the progression of a micro process instance using an interactive graph.
Kevin Andrews, Sebastian Steinau, Manfred Reichert
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Type Journal
Year 2015
Where BPM
Authors Kevin Andrews, Sebastian Steinau, Manfred Reichert
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