Provided by: University of Udine
Topic: Big Data
Date Added: Jul 2011
In many past publications the correctness of a pre-specified process model was directly related to its syntactical properties and behavioral soundness (i.e., state consistency). Business processes are subject to semantic constraints that stem from regulations, laws and guidelines, and are also known as compliance rules. Hence, process-aware information systems have to ensure compliance with those rules in order to guarantee semantically correct and error-free executability as well as changeability of their business processes. This report discusses how compliance rules can be defined and how business process compliance can be ensured for the different phases of the process lifecycle.