Business Process Management (BPM) (WP-JRA-2.1)
The research work in this activity led to developing models, notations and techniques for business transactions and service networks, which are novel approaches towards allowing businesses to view their applications in terms of business relevant characteristics, rather than using exclusively IT metrics:
- S-Cube developed models and enabling technologies for business transactions and service networks.
- S-Cube researchers identified interdependencies between the business process management, service compositions and service infrastructure, under consideration of QoS characteristics, adaptation, and monitoring and created models for services, service compositions, and choreographies, including formal models, taking into account behavioural and QoS characteristics.
- A list of deliverables of this workpackage can be found here.
- A list of S-Cube publications can be accessed here.
This activity (WP-JRA-2.1) was coordinated by Tilburg University.