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Artifact-centric business process models have gained increasing momentum recently due to their ability to combine structural (i.e., data related) with dynamical (i.e., process related)aspects. In particular, two main lines of research have been pursued so far: one tailored to business artifact modeling
languages and methodologies, the other focused on the foundations for their formal verification. In this paper, we merge these two lines of research, by showing how recent theoretical decidability results for verification can be fruitfully transferred to a concrete UML-based modeling methodology.
In particular, we identify additional steps in the methodology that, in significant cases, guarantee the possibility of verifying the resulting models against rich first-order temporal properties. Notably, our results can be seamlessly
transferred to different languages for the specification of the artifact lifecycles.
CitationCalvanese, D. [et al.]. Verifiable UML artifact-centric business process models. A: ACM International Conference on Information and Knowledge Management. "Proceedings of the 23rd ACM International Conference on Conference on Information and Knowledge Management". Shanghai: ACM, 2014, p. 1289-1298.
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