ProcessWeb — Process support for the World Wide Web
This paper reports on a small experiment, which although relatively simple, raises important issues about Process Model User Interfaces. It outlines an approach to the exploitation of the World Wide Web by Process-centred Software Support Environments. It concludes that there is great advantage to be gained from designing process systems so that they are more reactive and rather less prescriptive than the current generation of such systems.
KeywordsProcess-centred Software Support Environments World Wide Web
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