Towards a Methodology for Semantic Business Process Modeling and Configuration

In this paper, the authors discuss potential benefits from adding semantics to Business Process Management from a methodological point of view, with a focus on the Modeling and Configuration phases. For this purpose, in each of these phases the established activities are examined and new activities are suggested: they suggest combining existing control flow validation techniques with semantic process validation techniques. Discovery and composition techniques can be used to find implementations, e.g. services (or combinations of services), for the implementation of process activities at modeling time.

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