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Business process design from virtual organization intentional models

Abstract : Virtual Organizations (VO) have emerged as a new type of interorganizational relationship for dealing with emerging challenges. The information system support for a VO poses new challenges to system design. Recent works define three levels of abstraction, namely an intentional level, an organizational level, and an operational level. For such a staged design, it is fundamental that artifacts defined on the different layers are consistent with each other. We address this problem based on a transformation approach. We illustrate the transformation from the intentional level towards the organizational level based on the 360◦ VisiOn and the BPMN process modeling language. The approach has been implemented in a prototype and validated using a case study from a regional stockbreeder union in Mexico.
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Luz-Maria Priego-Roche, Lucineia Tom, Agnès Front, Dominique Rieu, Jan Mendling. Business process design from virtual organization intentional models. 24th International Conference on Advanced Information Systems Engineering (CAISE'12), 2012, Gdańsk, Poland. pp.549-564. ⟨hal-00953452⟩



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