University of New Orleans Fund
The execution of a Business Process (BP) in today's enterprises may involve a work flow and multiple IT systems and services. Often no complete, up-to-date documentation of the model or correlation information of process events exist. Understanding the execution of a BP in terms of its scope and details is challenging specifically as it is subjective: depends on the perspective of the person looking at BP execution. The authors present a framework, simple abstractions and a language for the explorative querying and understanding of BP execution from various user perspectives.