Proposal for Using Semantic Technologies as a Means to Store and Exchange Subject-Oriented Process Models
S-BPM ONE '17 Proceedings of the 9th Conference on Subject-oriented Business Process Management, ACM
- Date: 2017
This article re-investigates the idea of using the semantic-web-technologies for formally describing subject-oriented process models. It proposes improvements to previous knowledge models for subject-oriented process description and discusses why process models should directly be described in the web-ontology language, instead of only using it as secondary meta concept with the overall goal to enable interoperability between various S-BPM tools.