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Submitted and accepted as full paper at the 1st International Workshop on Empirical Research in Business Process Management (ER-BPM'09) co-located with BPM'09.

Author

  • Dirk Fahland, Humboldt-Universität zu Berlin, Germany
  • Jan Mendling, Humboldt-Universität zu Berlin, Germany
  • Hajo Reijers, Eindhoven University of Technology, The Netherlands
  • Barbara Weber, University of Innsbruck, Austria
  • Matthias Weidlich, Hasso-Plattner-Institute, University of Potsdam, Germany
  • Stefan Zugal, University of Innsbruck, Austria

Abstract

The rise of interest in declarative languages for process modeling both justifies and demands empirical investigations into their presumed advantages over more traditional, imperative alternatives. Our concern in this paper is with the ease of maintaining business process models, for example due to changing performance or conformance demands. We aim to contribute to a rigorous, theoretical discussion of this topic by drawing a link to well-established research on maintainability of information artifacts.

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BibTeX

 @InProceedings{FahlandMRWWZ2009_erbpm,
   address   = {Ulm, Germany},
   author    = {Dirk Fahland and Jan Mendling and Hajo Reijers and
                Barbara Weber and Matthias Weidlich and Stefan Zugal},
   booktitle = {1st International Workshop on Empirical Research in
                Business Process Management (ER-BPM'09)},
   editor    = {Bela Mutschler and Roel Wieringa and Jan Recker},
   month     = sep,
   pages     = {65-76},
   title     = {{Declarative vs. Imperative Process Modeling Languages:
                The Issue of Maintainability}},
   year      = {2009},
   note      = {(LNBIP to appear)} 
 }
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