Contributions to Books:
C. Huemer, P. Liegl, R. Schuster, M. Zapletal, B. Hofreiter:
"Service-Oriented Enterprise Modeling and Analysis";
in: "Handbook of Enterprise Integration",
This chapter concentrates on the modeling and analysis of enterprises that collaborate in a service oriented world. According to the idea of model-driven development, modeling of service-oriented enterprises collaborating in a networked configuration must address three different layers. The first layer is concerned with business models that describe the exchange of economic values among the business partners. An appropriate methodology on this level of abstraction is e3-value [1, 2]. The second layer addresses the inter-organizational business processes among business partners. The third layer addresses the businesses processes executed at each partnerīs side, i.e., what each partner implements locally to contribute to the business collaboration.
business process modeling, business modeling, e3-value, UN/CEFACT's Modeling Methodology, process choreography, inter-organizational business processes, business process execution language
Project Head Christian Huemer:
Business Semantics on top of Process Technology
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