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Chapter 5 - Process Configuration Support

In practice, process models are often reused in a different application context, resulting in a large number of related process model variants. Typically, these process variants pursue the same or similar business objectives and share several commonalities. However, they can also exhibit some variable attributes, depending on how they are used in different application environments. This chapter presents concepts for the configuration and management of business process variants. It introduces different approaches for capturing variability in business process models and for deriving process variants through configuration of these models. The latter is supported through a number of techniques that can be used by domain experts.

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