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Chapter 10 - Business Process Compliance

In the previous chapters, the proper executability of a pre-specified process model has been based on syntactical constraints, correctness of its data flow schema, and behavioral soundness. However, business processes are also subject to semantic constraints that stem from regulations, laws, and guidelines---also known as compliance rules. Process-aware information systems have to ensure that respective compliance rules are obeyed in order to guarantee semantically correct and error-free execution as well as changes of their business processes. This chapter discusses how such compliance rules can be defined and how they can be ensured in the different phases of the process lifecycle.

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