Provided by: University of Pacific
Topic: Big Data
Date Added: Mar 2010
Modern business process modeling environments support distributed development by means of model version control, i.e. comparison and merging of two different model versions. This is a challenging task since most modeling languages support an almost arbitrary creation of process models. Thus, in multi-developer environments, process models or parts of them are often syntactically very different but semantically equivalent. Hence, the comparison of business process models must be performed on a semantic level rather than on a syntactic level.