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By pabreu ·
I would like to know were to find (on the net) information about Designing Processes: the flow of information , entities envolved, etc.
Which standard notation is used??

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by JoOehrlein In reply to Process Design

I think the basic notation is flowchart notation, customized for the specific business that you're documenting.

Most of the information on the net appears to be links to college course pages or consultants. It would be easier to give you references if you said what kind of processes you're interested in.

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by RealGem In reply to Process Design

UML (Universal Modelling Language) is an emerging standard notation for design (and other things).

Do your searches on this keyword, but I also suggest that you check out Rational Rose products at www.rational.com, and the Object Management Group@ www.omg.org/technology/uml/

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