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Title: A Semantic-based framework for discovering business process patterns
Authors: Aldin, L
de Cesare, S
Lycett, M
Keywords: Business Process Patterns
Information Systems Development
Patterns
Domain Engineering
Publication Date: 2009
Publisher: OOPSLA
Citation: International Worksop on Ontology Driven Software Engineering (ODiSE), Florida, October 2009. 14 pages
Abstract: Patterns currently play an important role in modern information systems (IS) development and their use has mainly been restricted to the design and implementation phases of the development lifecycle. Given the increasing significance of business modeling in IS development, patterns have the potential of providing a viable solution for promoting reusability of recurrent generalized models in the very early stages of development. This paper focuses on business process patterns and proposes an initial framework for the discovery and reuse of business process patterns within the IS development lifecycle. The framework synthesizes the idea from the domain engineering literature and proposes the use of semantics to drive both the discovery of patterns as well as their reuse.
URI: http://bura.brunel.ac.uk/handle/2438/4080
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