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Service-centric NetworkingCheynubrata, E. (2018). Separation of BPMN-based Process Models for a distributed Execution. Bachelor Thesis, Technische Universität Berlin

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Bachelor Thesis: Separation of BPMN-based Process Models for a distributed Execution

Title:

Separation of BPMN-based Process Models for a distributed Execution

Description:

Business processes are used in companies to achieve certain goals. Business processes can either be executed by humans or machines or by a combination of those. The processes are usually visualized as models to have a consistent and homogeneous representation of those. The standard notation has been „BPMN“ („Business Process Model and Notation“) for many years now. The PROCEED project aims to execute BPMN-based processes on multiple Business Process Execution Engines in a decentralized environment. Therefore the modelled processes have to be separated. This thesis explored various approaches, compared them and evaluated on how to modify the process models to make a distributed execution possible. The approach that was considered as the most suitable one to reach the predefined requirements has been implemented.

Supervisor: Kai Grunert

Type:  Bachelor Thesis

Duration: 4 months

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