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Formal Specification, Implementation, and Evaluation of the AdoBPRIM Approach

Abstract : Modeling is one of the fundamental aspects of Risk-aware Business Process Management. The conceptualization of new modeling approaches needs to integrate all abstraction layers of risk and business process concepts and requires a highly specialized knowledge in conceptual modeling foundations and formal specification of meta-models. This paper introduces a risk-aware business process modeling approach based on the BPRIM method. In order to comprehensively and unambiguously specify the proposed approach, we revert to the FDMM formalism. Furthermore, a corresponding software prototype called AdoBPRIM has been implemented using the ADOxx meta-modeling platform to assess the technical feasibility of the approach. The usability of the tool has been empirically evaluated and a healthcare process-based example is presented as a proof-of-concept. We show that the AdoBPRIM approach enables Risk-aware Business Process Management with an excellent usability. In summary, this paper constitutes a best-practice for formally specifying, technically implementing, and empirically evaluating modeling method conceptualizations.
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Rafika Thabet, Elyes Lamine, Amine Boufaied, Dominik Bork, Ouajdi Korbaa, et al.. Formal Specification, Implementation, and Evaluation of the AdoBPRIM Approach. AMCIS 2020 - Conference of the Association-for-Information-Systems, Aug 2020, Salt Lake City, United States. ⟨hal-02933061⟩



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