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Semantic discovery and reuse of business process patterns

By L Aldin, S de Cesare and M Lycett

Abstract

Patterns currently play an important role in modern information systems (IS) development and their use has mainly been restricted to the design and implementation phases of the development lifecycle. Given the increasing significance of business modelling in IS development, patterns have the potential of providing a viable solution for promoting reusability of recurrent generalized models in the very early stages of development. As a statement of research-in-progress this paper focuses on business process patterns and proposes an initial methodological framework for the discovery and reuse of business process patterns within the IS development lifecycle. The framework borrows ideas from the domain engineering literature and proposes the use of semantics to drive both the discovery of patterns as well as their reuse

Topics: Patterns, Information systems development, Business processes patterns, Domain engineering
Publisher: Athens University of Economics and Business
Year: 2009
OAI identifier: oai:bura.brunel.ac.uk:2438/4079
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