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Searching textual and model-based process descriptions based on a unified data format

Vrije Universiteit Amsterdam , De Boelelaan 1081, HV 1081 Amsterdam , The Netherlands 5 Jan Mendling Documenting business processes using process models is common practice in many organizations. However ... professional journals. Jan Mendling is a Full Professor with the Institute for Information Business at Wirtschaftsuniversität Wien (WU Vienna), Austria. His research interests include various topics in the area

Conceptualizing smart service systems

Recent years have seen the emergence of physical products that are digitally networked with other products and with information systems to enable complex business scenarios in manufacturing, mobility, or healthcare. These “smart products”, which enable the co-creation of “smart service” that is based on monitoring, optimization, remote control, and autonomous adaptation of ...

Matching events and activities by integrating behavioral aspects and label analysis

Nowadays, business processes are increasingly supported by IT services that produce massive amounts of event data during the execution of a process. These event data can be used to analyze the process using process mining techniques to discover the real process, measure conformance to a given process model, or to enhance existing models with performance information. Mapping the ...

Styles in business process modeling: an exploration and a model

over 150 scientific papers, chapters in edited books, and articles in professional journals. Jan Mendling is a full professor and head of the Institute for Information Business at WU Vienna. His

Preserving correctness during business process model configuration

A configurable process model captures a family of related process models in a single artifact. Such models are intended to be configured to fit the requirements of specific organizations or projects, leading to individualized process models that are subsequently used for domain analysis or solution design. This article proposes a formal foundation for individualizing configurable ...