Technical University of Denmark
Repetitive human behavior could be represented in the form of a process. Existing process modeling notations, however, are not able to handle all the features of these processes. We identify a set of key properties that a process modeling language needs to fulfill to capture human behavior.
In Proceedings of the 1st Italian Forum on Business Process Management (ITBPM 2021); Rome, Italy; September 10, 2021; CEUR-WS.org 2021.
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