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Proposal for an Object Oriented Process Modeling Language

Anderl, Reiner ; Malzacher, Jens ; Raßler, Jochen
Mertins, K. ; Ruggaber, R. ; Popplewell, K. ; Xu, X. (eds.) :

Proposal for an Object Oriented Process Modeling Language.
In: Enterprise Interoperability III. Springer, London, Berlin , pp. 533-545. ISBN 978-1848002203
[Buchkapitel], (2008)

Kurzbeschreibung (Abstract)

Processes are very important for the success within many business fields. They define the proper application of methods, technologies and company structures in order to reach business goals. Not only manufacturing processes have to be defined from the start point to their end, also other processes like product development processes need a proper description to gain success. For example in automotive industries complex product development processes are necessary and defined prior to product development. Over the last decades several product modeling languages have been developed moving to object oriented modeling languages, such as UML, but the used process modeling languages are still procedural. The paradigm shift caused by object oriented description within product modeling languages has to be transferred to process modeling languages. This paper introduces an object oriented approach for process modeling. Using UML as a starting point an object oriented process modeling method is differentiated. The basic concepts which are needed for process modeling are put into an object oriented context and are explained. The paper also deals with the most important methods behind object oriented process modeling and gives an outlook, what can be achieved by this approach.

Typ des Eintrags: Buchkapitel
Erschienen: 2008
Herausgeber: Mertins, K. ; Ruggaber, R. ; Popplewell, K. ; Xu, X.
Autor(en): Anderl, Reiner ; Malzacher, Jens ; Raßler, Jochen
Titel: Proposal for an Object Oriented Process Modeling Language
Sprache: Englisch
Kurzbeschreibung (Abstract):

Processes are very important for the success within many business fields. They define the proper application of methods, technologies and company structures in order to reach business goals. Not only manufacturing processes have to be defined from the start point to their end, also other processes like product development processes need a proper description to gain success. For example in automotive industries complex product development processes are necessary and defined prior to product development. Over the last decades several product modeling languages have been developed moving to object oriented modeling languages, such as UML, but the used process modeling languages are still procedural. The paradigm shift caused by object oriented description within product modeling languages has to be transferred to process modeling languages. This paper introduces an object oriented approach for process modeling. Using UML as a starting point an object oriented process modeling method is differentiated. The basic concepts which are needed for process modeling are put into an object oriented context and are explained. The paper also deals with the most important methods behind object oriented process modeling and gives an outlook, what can be achieved by this approach.

Buchtitel: Enterprise Interoperability III
Ort: London, Berlin
Verlag: Springer
Fachbereich(e)/-gebiet(e): 16 Fachbereich Maschinenbau > Fachgebiet Datenverarbeitung in der Konstruktion (DiK)
16 Fachbereich Maschinenbau
Hinterlegungsdatum: 21 Sep 2009 10:59
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