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|Title: ||KWM: Knowledge-based Workflow Model for agile organization|
|Authors: ||Lee, H|
|Publication Date: ||1999|
|Citation: ||Journal of Intelligent Information Systems, 13(3): 261-278(18), Nov 1999|
|Abstract: ||The workflow management system (WFMS) in an agile organization should be highly adaptable to the frequent organizational changes. To increase the adaptability of contemporary WFMSs, a mechanism for managing changes within the organizational structure and changes in business rules needs to be reinforced. In this paper, a knowledge-based approach for workflow modeling is proposed, in which a workflow is defined as a set of business rules. Knowledge on the organizational structure and special workflow, such as role/actor mappings and complex routing rules, can be explicitly modeled in KWM (Knowledge-based Workflow Model).
Using knowledge representation scheme and dependency management facility, a change propagation mechanism is provided to adapt to the frequent changes in the organizational structure, business rules, and procedures.|
|Appears in Collections:||Business and Management|
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