Subject-Oriented Business Process Management

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Modeling Processes in a Subject-Oriented Way

  • Albert FleischmannAffiliated with
  • , Werner SchmidtAffiliated with
  • , Christian StaryAffiliated with
  • , Stefan ObermeierAffiliated with
  • , Egon BörgerAffiliated with


As the distinction between design time and runtime of models is essential to the understanding of modeling, we first distinguish between models and instances. Then, we explain what role S-BPM stakeholders play in the course of modeling. Subsequently, the individual modeling constructs are described. We distinguish here between basic and extension constructs.