miércoles, 9 de diciembre de 2009

Dealing with Multiparty Interactions and Variability on Choreography Modeling (Work in progress)

For our next paper, we are designing a set of patterns, that were presented previously in my research-report, to manage variability in modeling choreographies, which we can obtain systematically a behavioural interface defined in BPMN.

Besides the proposal, which is based on making use of models of interaction of MaCMAS, adds value to the current proposals for BPMN 2.0 on this field because it allows the management of multiparty interactions, composition of models to automate as far as possible the management of variability, and other benefits explored in the work of my colleague Jose Bocanegra in relation to the obtaining of the specification automatic document the business processes and interactions.

Final version of paper comming soon ...

BPMN Selftest

Prof. Jan Mendling have launched a new website where people can test their comprehension of BPMN models at http://www.bpmn-selftest.org/. The website is part of a research project of HU Berlin and TU Eindhoven.

Our results are the following: done 23 min. 66.67% correct answers 87.17 per hour Ranking Pos: 13th