Abstract. Enterprise modeling is an effective tool in designing and communicating enterprise operation and structure. The inclusion of the concept of context enables capturing and representing situated behaviors from actual execution. A context-based modeling approach is being developed to (1) capture and represent personal and inter-personal work patterns from action repositories, and (2) align them with enterprise activities and resources. This paper describes one activity of such approach; the discovery of personal action contexts and presents results on using clustering for their automatic discovery
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