Modeling and Verifying Business Processes with Monterey Phoenix
Baldwin, W. Clifton
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Monterey Phoenix (MP) has been designed as a framework for system and software architecture modeling and verification with focus on modeling the system’s and the environment’s behaviors. With the development of more case studies, advantages in using MP for business process modeling and analysis applications are beginning to emerge. Models of business processes aim to capture high level operational activities and decision points of an organization, describing processes ranging from product lifecycle to government operations. Businesses and governments seeking to make improvements to their processes may model them for the purpose of seeking improvements in schedule and task execution, product quality, risk reduction, and lifecycle / operating costs. MP enables activities to be modeled as events with two basic relations: precedence and inclusion, making it a candidate modeling language for business process analysis. By offering high level abstractions for interaction behavior modeling and separating component behaviors from the component interactions, MP supports a multidimensional picture of concurrent behaviors, with overlapping threads of process phases and participating actors, including environment behaviors. MP models are executable and may be used to generate an exhaustive set of possible business process scenarios up to a given scope limit.
The article of record as published may be found at http://dx.doi.org/10.1016/j.procs.2015.03.055
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