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Workflow Patterns Website (http://www.workflowpatterns.com/)

The Workflow Patterns initiative in started in 1999. The aim of this initiative is to provide a conceptual basis for process technology. In particular, the research provides a thorough examination of the various perspectives (control flow, data, resource, and exception handling) that need to be supported by a workflow language or a business process modeling language. The results can be used for examining the suitability of a particular process language or workflow system for a particular project, assessing relative strengths and weaknesses of various approaches to process specification, implementing certain business requirements in a particular process-aware information system, and as a basis for language and tool development. (more…)

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Process mining techniques allow for extracting information from event logs, e.g. as generared by operational workflow management systems. It is a field that receives wide attention from the academic BPM community and is increasingly being applied in organizational settings. The Process Mining Wiki at http://www.process-mining.org presents the research done in the context of the ProM framework. The associated software can be downloaded from http://prom.sourceforge.net.

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