Novo artigo: An Interface Prototype Proposal to a Semiautomatic Process Model Verification Method Based on Process Modeling Guidelines

Cite this paper as:
Júnior V.H.G., Dani V.S., Avila D.T., Thom L.H., de Oliveira J.P.M., Fantinato M. (2018) An Interface Prototype Proposal to a Semiautomatic Process Model Verification Method Based on Process Modeling Guidelines. In: Hammoudi S., Śmiałek M., Camp O., Filipe J. (eds) Enterprise Information Systems. ICEIS 2017. Lecture Notes in Business Information Processing, vol 321. Springer, Cham

DOI https://doi.org/10.1007/978-3-319-93375-7_28
Publisher NameSpringer, Cham
Print ISBN 978-3-319-93374-0
Online ISBN 
978-3-319-93375-7

Abstract

The design of comprehensible process models is a very complex task. In order to obtain them, process analysts usually rely on process modeling guidelines. This is specially true when dealing with collections counting up to hundreds of process models, since querying or organizing such a collection is not easy. In this paper we report a method presented in an earlier work to verify if a process model is following process modeling guidelines. In addition we propose an interface prototype to display which process models are not following which guidelines. A collection of 31 process models were used to validate the identification method and the results shows that 23 of these process models contains at least one guideline violation.

Keywords

Business process, BPMN, Ontology, Process model quality, Modeling guidelines, Information visualization