University of Victoria
Visualization of business process models with large numbers of process activities and running instances in different execution states shows various limitations. Hence, using sonification methods becomes a promising idea to enable users to gain insight into process information that cannot be conveyed by using purely visual means. This visionary short paper aims to envision the usage of sonification methods in order to represent business process-related data in all phases of the process life cycle. Sonification methods are presented and analyzed in terms of their potential suitability for representations of process data.