University of Leicester
Now-a-days business process models are a common approach to describe and analyze existing business processes and to create new processes in a structured way. However, with growing complexity of process models there is a lack of comprehensibility. Using existing notations, it is challenging or even impossible to define temporal and logical constraints between process steps that are not directly connected. The authors demonstrate a declarative approach for representing business processes that allows for configuration, i.e. selection of process steps, based on a component representation.