University of Portsmouth
Keeping business processes compliant with regulations is of major importance for companies. Considering the huge number of models each company possesses, an automation of compliance maintenance becomes essential. Therefore, many approaches focused on automation of various aspects of a compliance problem, e.g. compliance verification. Such techniques allow localizing the problem within the process model. However, they are not able to resolve a detected violation. In this paper, the authors make the first attempt to systematically approach the problem of automatic violation resolution, addressing violations of execution order compliance rules.