This book constitutes the proceedings of the third workshop on Business Process Model and Notation, BPMN 2011, held in Lucerne, Switzerland, in November 2011. The 8 research papers presented were carefully reviewed and selected from 20 submissions. In addition, 10 short papers are included. The workshop applied a thorough reviewing process, during which each paper was reviewed by three Program Committee members. The BPMN workshop series provides a forum for academics and practitioners who share an interest in business process modeling using the business process modeling notation, which is seen by many as the de facto standard for business process modeling. This year, the workshop lasted two days and consisted of both a scientific and a practitioner event.As such, they may exploit control-flow level patterns (e.g., the ones defined by van der Aalst et al. ... In this first proposal, every pattern is described by a statement of the problem it addresses and a short description explaining the supported social interaction. ... considering the trade-off between level of expertise 2 Example of enterprise social network are Yammer and Jive; of public ones are Facebook, anbsp;...
|Title||:||Business Process Model and Notation|
|Author||:||Remco Dijkman, Jörg Hofstetter, Jana Köhler|
|Publisher||:||Springer - 2011-11-17|