Coopetitive Multi-Enterprises Process Modelling: Principles and Guidelines on Reports

Philippe Canalda Claude Godart 1
1 ECOO - Environment for cooperation
INRIA Lorraine, LORIA - Laboratoire Lorrain de Recherche en Informatique et ses Applications
Abstract : In the emergent domain of multi-enterprise applications, existing process modelling approaches need some accomodations. Enterprises involved in such applications require privacy and autonomy considerations. It is of first importance that the know-how of each partner is preserved as much as possible : their competitiveness depends on it. Based on some practical experiments in different domains, this paper discusse some pragmatic process modelling guidelines. Each guideline is explained and illustrated thanks to an example issued from the software process domain. A relationship between this work on process modelling and current research on flexible workflow models and enginers is briefly discussed.
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7th Magrebian Conference on Software Engineering and Artificial Intelligence - MCSEAI 2002, 2002, Annaba, Algeria, pp.304, 2002
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Philippe Canalda, Claude Godart. Coopetitive Multi-Enterprises Process Modelling: Principles and Guidelines on Reports. 7th Magrebian Conference on Software Engineering and Artificial Intelligence - MCSEAI 2002, 2002, Annaba, Algeria, pp.304, 2002. 〈inria-00107576〉

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