By Jan L. G. Dietz (auth.), Jan L. G. Dietz, Antonia Albani, Joseph Barjis (eds.)
This booklet constitutes the lawsuits of the 4th foreign Workshop on Cooperation and Interoperability, structure and Ontology, CIAO!, and the 4th overseas Workshop on company and Organizational Modeling and Simulation, EOMAS, held at CAiSE 2008 in Montpellier, France, in June 2008.
The thirteen papers offered the following have been conscientiously chosen for inclusion during this e-book. The scopes of those workshops are to a wide volume complementary, with CIAO! being extra involved in the speculation and alertness of company engineering and EOMAS at the equipment and instruments for modeling and simulation.
The papers conceal the subjects of method modeling, collaboration and interoperability, firm structure, and version transformation and simulation.
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3 Structure Structure (S) of an artefact is defined as its components and their relationships. This definition can be understood most intuitively when applied to physical objects, such as windows, engines and buildings. , geometry and topology) and material. In the window example, form includes “glazing length” and “glazing height”, and material includes “type of glass”. Mapping the concept of structure to business processes requires generalising the notions of form and material into macro-structure and micro-structure, respectively.
Schonenberg et al. Eﬀect of change deﬁnes whether changes are performed on the level of a process instance or on the level of the process model, and what the impact of the change on the new process instances is. • Momentary change: a change aﬀecting the execution of one or more selected process instances. The change performed on a given process instance does not aﬀect any future instances. • Evolutionary change: a change caused by modiﬁcation of the process model, aﬀecting all new process instances.
In this situation, it allows each of them to retain some degree of autonomy in regard to the tasks that are actually executed at runtime in their respective parts of the process, whilst still complying with the overall process model. Realisation options. An incomplete process model is deemed to be one which is well-formed but does not have a detailed deﬁnition of the ultimate realisation of every task. An incomplete process model contains one or more so-called placeholders. , their content is unknown) and whose content is speciﬁed during the execution of these placeholders.