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Business process modeling using an artifact-centric approach has raised a significant interest over the last few years. One of the research challenges in this area is looking for different approaches to represent all the dimensions in artifact-centric business process models. Bearing this in mind, the present paper proposes how to specify artifact-centric business process models by means of diagrams based on UML. The advantages of basing our work on UML are many: it is a semi-formal language with a precise semantics; it is widely used and easy to understand; and it provides an artifact-centric specification which incorporates also some aspects of process-awareness.
CitationEstañol, M. [et al.]. Using UML to specify artifact-centric business process models. A: International Symposium on Business Modeling and Software Design. "BMSD 2014 : Proceedings of the Fourth International Symposium on Business Modeling and Software Design : Luxembourg, Grand Duchy of Luxembourg 24-26 June 2014". Luxemburg: SciTePress, 2014, p. 84-93.
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