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Linking EPC models – an alternative approach

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Even though the literature is abundant in numerous studies concerning syntactic and semantic principles of the EPC model development, one may still have certain doubts when linking such models with one another. This article primarily addresses the principles of creating EPC models, particularly those relevant from the perspective of linking them, identified based on the literature research. What follows the said analysis is a proposal of an alternative concept which may be adopted in this respect. The author has discussed the cases in which models must be subject to specific modifications in order for the linking solution proposed to be applicable.
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79--84
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Bibliogr. 18 poz., rys.
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  • Silesian University of Technology, Institute of Production Engineering Department of Quality Management of Process and Product 41-800 Zabrze, ul. Roosevelta 26, bartosz.szczesniak@polsl.pl
Bibliografia
  • 1. KELLER G., NÜTTGENS M., SCHEER A.W.: Semantische Prozeβmodellierung auf der Grundlage „Ereignisgesteuerter Prozeβketten (EPK)“. At: Scheer A.-W. (Hrsg.): Veröffentlichungen des Instituts für Wirtschaftsinformatik, Heft 89, Saarbrücken 1992.
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  • 3. NÜTTGENS M., RUMP F.J.: Syntax und Semantik Ereignisgesteuerter Prozessketten (EPK). At: Desel J., Weske M. (Hrsg.): Promise 2002 – Prozessorientierte Methoden und Werkzeuge für die Entwicklung von Informationssystemen, Proceedings des GI-Workshops und Fachgruppentreffens (Potsdam, Oktober 2002), LNI Vol. P-21, Bonn 2002, 64–77.
  • 4. GRUHN V., LAUE R.: Forderungen an hierarchische EPKSchemata, EPK, Vol. 303 of CEUR Workshop Proceedings, 59–76. CEUR-WS.org (2007).
  • 5. KINDLER E.: On the semantics of EPCs: A framework for resolving the vicious circle. Technical Report, Reihe Informatik, University of Paderborn, Germany, Paderborn 2003.
  • 6. MENDLING J., VAN DER AALST W.M.P.: Towards EPC Semantics based on State and Context. At: Nüttgens M., Rump F.J., Mendling J. (eds).: Proc. of the 5th GI Workshop on Event-Driven Process Chains (EPK 2006), Austria, Vienna Dec. 2006, 25–48.
  • 7. MENDLING J.; NÜTTGENS M.: EPC Modelling based on Implicit Arc Types. At: Godlevsky M., Liddle S.W., Mayr H.C. (Eds.): Information Systems Technology and its Applications, International Conference ISTA’2003, June 19–21, 2003, Kharkiv, Ukraine, Proceedings. LNI 30 GI 2003, 131–142.
  • 8. CUNTZ N., KINDLER E.: On the semantics of EPCs: Efficient calculation and simulation. In: Nüttgens M., Rump F.J. (Hrsg.): EPK 2004 – Geschäftsprozessmanagement mit Ereignisgesteuerten Prozessketten, Proceedings des GI-Workshops und Arbeitskreistreffens (Luxemburg, October 2004), 7–26.
  • 9. GABRYELCZYK R., LASEK M.: Modelowanie procesów gospodarczych za pomocą ARIS-TOOLSET. Nowy Dziennik Sp. z o.o. and the University of Warsaw, Warsaw 1998.
  • 10. GABRYELCZYK R.: ARIS w dokumentowaniu procesów biznesu. Diffin, Warsaw 2006.
  • 11. SZCZĘŚNIAK B.: Syntax errors in the EPC diagrams of the integrated management system documents. Scientific Journals, Maritime University of Szczecin, 24(96), 2010, 11–117.
  • 12. SZCZĘŚNIAK B., GĘBCZYŃSKA A.: Modele EPC w dokumentacji systemu zarządzania jakością. Ekonomika i Organizacja Przedsiębiorstwa, 4/2010, 111–117.
  • 13. SZCZĘŚNIAK B.: Syntax errors in flat EPC diagrams made by persons learning the methodology. Scientific Journals, Maritime University of Szczecin, 27(99) z. 2, 2011, 75–79.
  • 14. VAN DER AALST W.M.P., DESEL J., KINDLER E.: On the semantics of EPCs: A vicious circle. At: Nüttgens M., Rump F.J. (Hrsg.), Proceedings of the 1st GI-Workshop on Business Process Management with Event-Driven Process Chains (EPK 2002), Germany, Trier 2002, 71–79.
  • 15. MENDLING J.: Detection and prediction of errors in EPC business process models. Diss. PhD thesis, Vienna University of Economics and Business Administration, 2007.
  • 16. MENDLING J., VERBEEK H.M.W., VAN DONGEN B.F., VAN DER AALST W.M., NEUMANN G.: Detection and prediction of errors in EPCs of the SAP reference model. Data & Knowledge Engineering, 64(1), 2008, 312–329.
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