Business Processes and Rules - An eGovernment Case-Study

Dimitris Karagiannis, Wilfrid Utz, Robert Woitsch, Andrea Leutgeb

This paper introduces the approach of the EU-funded project FIT (FP6-IST-27090) on adaptive processes in the public administrations, identifies requirements on the design environment to model adaptive processes and discusses the integration of different modeling languages. The integration of modeling languages is based on the necessity to design business processes and business rules in the context of eGovernment within a comprehensive eGovernment modeling system. The well-known meta-model approach has been selected to enable the integration of business rule models and business process models to support the adaptive execution of workflows.

Subjects: 11.2 Ontologies; 2. Architectures

Submitted: Jan 24, 2008


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