Intentional Fragments : Bridging the Gap Between Organizational and Intentional Levels in Business Processes

Mario Cortès Cornax 1 Alexandru Matei Emmanuel Letier Sophie Dupuy-Chessa 2 Dominique Rieu 1
1 SIGMA
LIG - Laboratoire d'Informatique de Grenoble
2 SIGMA, IIHM
LIG - Laboratoire d'Informatique de Grenoble
Abstract : Business process models provide a natural way to describe real-world processes to be supported by software intensive systems. These models can be used to analyze processes in the system-as-is and describe potential improvements for the system-to-be. There is however little support to analyze how well a given business process models satisfies its business goals. Our objective is to address these problems by relating business process models to goal models so that goal-oriented requirements engineering techniques can be used to analyze how well the business processes for the system-as-is satisfy the business goals. The paper establishes relationships between BPMN 2.0 and the KAOS goal-oriented requirements modelling framework. We present the notion of intentional fragment to bridge the gap between process models and goal models. We conducted an evaluation to analyze use of this concept in the context of a university process.
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20th International Conference on COOPERATIVE INFORMATION SYSTEMS (CoopIS 2012), 2012, Rome, Italy. Springer, pp.110-127, 2012, LNCS
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Mario Cortès Cornax, Alexandru Matei, Emmanuel Letier, Sophie Dupuy-Chessa, Dominique Rieu. Intentional Fragments : Bridging the Gap Between Organizational and Intentional Levels in Business Processes. 20th International Conference on COOPERATIVE INFORMATION SYSTEMS (CoopIS 2012), 2012, Rome, Italy. Springer, pp.110-127, 2012, LNCS. 〈hal-00953460〉

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