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Business process modeling: A webibliominig perspective of architecture frameworks

Ailton Silva Ferreira, Gabriel Riso Oliveira

Abstract


In the perspective of organizational context, the present paper deals with the different types of architecture of BPM. As objectives, it is proposed to formulate a conceptual comparative view of the main architectures present in the scientific literature. As for the methodology, bibliographical and webibliomining research are employed in a qualitative and quantitative approach to the subject. As a result, the comparative view of the UML, BPMN, CIMOSA, IDEF, ARIS, IEM, GRAI, GERAM and EKD architectures is developed, in terms of temporal aspects, socio-technical characteristics, visualization and analysis, among other factors which offers substantial argument to decide what framework is better in each scenario.


Keywords


Business Process Modeling; Organizational Modeling; Modeling;Techniques; Reference Architectures

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