In recent years, the artifact-centric approach to process modeling has attracted a lot of attention. One of the research lines in this area is finding a suitable way to represent the dimensions in this approach. Bearing this in mind, this paper proposes a way to specify artifact-centric business process models by means of well-known UML diagrams, from a high-level of abstraction and with a technology-independent perspective. UML is a graphical language, widely used and with a precise semantics.
CitationEstañol, M. [et al.]. "Specifying artifact-centric business process models in UML: technical report". 2015.
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