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pdf P16: Declarative Process Modeling with Business Vocabulary and Business Rules

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Abstract. A process modeling language is declarative when it explicitly takes into account the business concerns that govern business processes. In this paper, we show how business concerns can be modeled declaratively using a fact-oriented business vocabulary that allows to express sixteen different business rule types. In particular, we present the EMBrA 2CE Framework, an extension of the SBVR that allows for declarative process modeling.

Authors: Stijn Goedertier and Jan Vanthienen (stijn.goedertier,jan.vanthienen)@econ.kuleuven.be, Department of Decision Sciences & Information Management, Katholieke Universiteit Leuven, Belgium

The original paper is available from Springer-Verlag Lecture Notes in Computer Science LNCS 4805, November 2007 

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