By Antonia Albani, Joseph Barjis, Jan L.G. Dietz
This e-book constitutes the complaints of the fifth foreign Workshop on Cooperation and Interoperability, structure and Ontology (CIAO!) and the fifth foreign Workshop on company and Organizational Modeling and Simulation (EOMAS) held at CAiSE 2009 in Amsterdam, The Netherlands, on June 8-9, 2009. The 14 papers offered have been conscientiously reviewed and chosen for inclusion within the publication. CIAO! had 24 submissions and accredited 10 for booklet, EOMAS had 21 submissions and authorised eight papers of which four are integrated during this quantity. the themes lined are modeling and simulation; company structure and governance; purposes of firm engineering; and the dissemination and extension of DEMO (Design and Engineering method for Organizations).
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In order to avoid the problems that arise from the diﬀerent instantiation semantics for EPC and YAWL models , we considered only those non-trivial 203 models for which the EPC model has exactly one start event (after applying the reduction rules). YAWL Editor has a built-in restriction that stops the execution of the analysis if the state-space exceeds 10,000 states. This is necessary, because the YAWL semantics allows an inﬁnite state space . This restriction was enforced for 13 models, meaning that no analysis result for them was available.
These actors have A. Albani, J. G. /EOMAS 2009, LNBIP 34, pp. 16–27, 2009. © Springer-Verlag Berlin Heidelberg 2009 Capturing Complex Business Processes Interdependencies 17 to cooperate with each other in order to make the processes work as intended. The performance of the complete process is dependent on the weakest link (Janssen, 2007). Therefore we need to analyze this problem on a network level and take the activities of the various actors into account. Only in this way the full, interconnected system can be analyzed.
For the purpose of ﬁnding such patterns in a model, we used logic programming with Prolog. The XML serialization of the model has been translated into a set of facts in a Prolog program (as described in ). Each function, event, connector and arc in the model is translated into one Prolog fact. Furthermore, we have constructed Prolog rules that help us to specify the patterns we are looking for. We started with deﬁning some rules describing the basic terminology, for example by specifying that a connector is called a split if it has one incoming and more than one outgoing arc or by recursively deﬁning what we want to call a path from some node to another.