Maximal Structuring of Acyclic Process Models
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AuthorPolyvyanyy, A; Garcia-Banuelos, L; Fahland, D; Weske, M
Source TitleThe Computer Journal
PublisherOxford University Press
University of Melbourne Author/sPolyvyanyy, Artem
AffiliationComputing and Information Systems
Document TypeJournal Article
CitationsPolyvyanyy, A., Garcia-Banuelos, L., Fahland, D. & Weske, M. (2014). Maximal Structuring of Acyclic Process Models. Computer Journal, 57 (1), pp.12-35. https://doi.org/10.1093/comjnl/bxs126.
Access StatusOpen Access
This article addresses the transformation of a process model with an arbitrary topology into an equivalent structured process model. In particular, this article studies the subclass of process models that have no equivalent well-structured representation but which, nevertheless, can be partially structured into their maximally-structured representation. The transformations are performed under a behavioral equivalence notion that preserves the observed concurrency of tasks in equivalent process models. The article gives a full characterization of the subclass of acyclic process models that have no equivalent well-structured representation, but do have an equivalent maximally-structured one, as well as proposes a complete structuring method. Together with our previous results, this article completes the solution of the process model structuring problem for the class of acyclic process models.
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