Context-Based Adaptation of Process Definition

There are several ways to reach a goal. The right way often depends on the context of the process that produces the desired product. The context can be understood as a set of conditions including changing requirements and resource properties. The method described in this paper is a possible way of dealing with a changing context of a process. The authors' solution uses a product dependency tree and a database of processes. The dynamic profiles of the process are maintained by a workflow management system that produces a valuable data stream that records past behaviour.

Provided by: IARIA Topic: Data Management Date Added: Jul 2012 Format: PDF

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