By Jan L. G. Dietz (auth.), Jan L. G. Dietz, Antonia Albani, Joseph Barjis (eds.)
This e-book constitutes the complaints of the 4th overseas Workshop on Cooperation and Interoperability, structure and Ontology, CIAO!, and the 4th overseas Workshop on firm and Organizational Modeling and Simulation, EOMAS, held at CAiSE 2008 in Montpellier, France, in June 2008.
The thirteen papers offered the following have been rigorously chosen for inclusion during this booklet. The scopes of those workshops are to a wide quantity complementary, with CIAO! being extra occupied with the idea and alertness of company engineering and EOMAS at the equipment and instruments for modeling and simulation.
The papers conceal the themes of strategy modeling, collaboration and interoperability, company structure, and version transformation and simulation.
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The notions above are thoroughly described by the workﬂow patterns  and have been widely observed in a variety of imperative languages. We argue that these concepts are equally applicable in a declarative setting which has a much broader repertoire of constraints that allow for ﬂexibility by design. Note that both approaches really diﬀer with respect to ﬂexibility. To increase ﬂexibility in an imperative process, more execution paths have to be modeled explicitly, whereas increasing ﬂexibility in declarative processes is accomplished by reducing the number of constraints, or weakening existing constraints.
2 Views for Different Life-Cycle Stages Views of artefacts are further differentiated based on the life-cycle stages that deal with these artefacts. To capture both business processes and physical objects, a generic life cycle is specified comprising the following stages, Figure 3: Design, Implementation, Realisation, and Diagnosis. In the world of physical products, these stages are often known as Product Design, Production Planning, Production, and Product Testing. The remainder of this Section presents the FBS views typical for the individual stages, noting that these views are not always clear-cut.
5. 1 Concept Designing of Business Processes Formulation: Concept designers often receive an initial set of business and quality goals as FRe, specific performance targets as BRe, and some required (sequences of) activities as SRe. The designers interpret these requirements (processes 1 – 3) and augment them by constructing additional requirements (processes 4 – 6). These are often requirements that relate to rather “common-sense” considerations, such as basic safety functions and reasonable throughput times.
Advances in Enterprise Engineering I: 4th International Workshop CIAO! and 4th International Workshop EOMAS, held at CAiSE 2008, Montpellier, France, June 16-17, 2008. Proceedings by Jan L. G. Dietz (auth.), Jan L. G. Dietz, Antonia Albani, Joseph Barjis (eds.)