About this book
Christoph G. Schuetz examines the conceptual modeling aspects of multilevel business processes without neglecting the implementation aspects. Furthermore, he investigates the advantages of hetero-homogeneous models for quantitative business process analysis. Multilevel models reflect the reality of many information systems. In this respect process-aware information systems are no exception. Multilevel models capture interdependencies between business processes at different organizational levels and allow for a convenient representation of business process variability which, in turn, facilitates the analysis of business processes across different organizational units.
- Core Metamodel for Multilevel Objects
- Multilevel Business Artifacts
- Hetero-Homogeneous Business Process Models
- Multilevel Business Process Automation
- Multilevel Business Process Intelligence
- Researchers and students in business informatics, computer science, and business administration.
- Business process management professionals
Christoph G. Schuetz is a postdoctoral researcher at the Department of Business Informatics – Data & Knowledge Engineering of the Johannes Kepler University Linz, Austria. His research interests include data warehousing, semantic web, business process management, and data privacy.