Modeling Variability for Business Processes
University of Camerino, Italy
In order to support organizations in providing similar services without the need to structure each of them separately variability management is needed. Variability is the ability of deriving different process variants from a configurable model at design-time. Several notations and approaches are available in the literature to support such issues. They will be introduced in the presentation. In particular, in the presentation a novel notation and a related approach to variability modeling is introduced. The approach and the notation are inspired by feature modeling, where features are here used to represent activities of processes. A tool has been designed and developed to support the proposed notation and approach. It will also be introduced in the presentation.
Lecture at NEMO2016
Date/Time: Wednesday, July 27, 2016 at 11:30