Recently, the omg has been working on developing a new standard for a business process management notation (bpmn). This standard development results in documents that contain the newest approved version of a standard or a standard proposal that can be amended. It is our vision that such a standard document, that also serves as a specification for bpmn modeling tool developers could benefit from a fact-based model in which the same domain knowledge is represented conceptually as a list of concept definitions (including naming conventions), a set of information structure diagrams and the constraints or business rules that govern the instances of the information structure diagrams. In this paper we will show precisely, how such a fact-based conceptual view on a standard document can be created, and we will show how a fact-based approach can improve the completeness of a specification.,.
|Title of host publication||Innovations in Enterprise Information Systems management and Engineering|
|Subtitle of host publication||ERP Future 2016: 5th International Conference, ERP Future 2016 - Research, Hagenberg, Austria, November 14, 2016, Revised Papers|
|Editors||Felix Piazolo, Verena Geist, Lars Brehm, Rainer Schmidt|
|Place of Publication||Switzerland|
|Publication status||Published - 2017|
Bollen, P. (2017). A Fact-Based Meta Model for BPMN. In F. Piazolo, V. Geist, L. Brehm, & R. Schmidt (Eds.), Innovations in Enterprise Information Systems management and Engineering: ERP Future 2016: 5th International Conference, ERP Future 2016 - Research, Hagenberg, Austria, November 14, 2016, Revised Papers (pp. 29-41). Springer. LNBIP, Vol.. 285 https://doi.org/10.1007/978-3-319-58801-8_3