Time and Business Process Management
Alpen-Adria-Universität Klagenfurt, Austria
Processes have been successfully introduced for modeling dynamic phenomena in many areas like business, production, health care, etc. Many of these applications require to adequately deal with temporal aspects. Process models need to express temporal durations, deadlines, and other temporal constraints between events like allowed time between events. Process controllers need to monitor process instances and steer the execution to satisfy all temporal constraints. For design time checking and run-time monitoring of processes with temporal constraints different notions of correctness and algorithms are available for checking correctness and for computing schedules at design time or dynamically at run time. We present an overview of the problems and the techniques for treating time in business processes and discuss some novel approaches.
Lecture at NEMO2020
Date/Time: Wednesday, July 08, 2020 at 10:00