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Submitted and accepted as full paper at the 1st International Workshop on Process Management for Highly Dynamic and Pervasive Scenarios (PM4HDPS) associated with the 6th International Conference on Business Process Management (BPM'08).

Authors

  • Dirk Fahland, Humboldt-Universität zu Berlin, Germany
  • Heiko Woith, GeoForschungsZentrum Potsdam

Abstract

In the immediate aftermath of a disaster routine processes, even if specifically designed for such a situation, are not enacted blindly. Actions and processes rather adapt their behavior based on observations and available information. Attempts to support these processes by technology rely on process models that faithfully capture process execution and adaptation. Based on experiences from actual disaster response settings, we propose to specify an adaptive process as a set of scenarios using a Petri net syntax. Our operational model provides an adaptation operator that synthesizes and adapts the system behavior at run-time based on the given scenarios. An example illustrates our approach.

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BibTeX

  @INPROCEEDINGS{FahlandW_2008_Response,
     author    = {Dirk Fahland and Heiko Woith},
     title     = {Towards Process Models for Disaster Response},
     booktitle = {Business Process Management Workshops, International
                  Workshop on Process Management for Highly Dynamic and
                  Pervasive Scenarios (PM4HDPS), co-located with 6th
                  International Conference on Business Process Management
                  (BPM'08)},
     series    = {Lecture Notes in Business Information Processing},
     publisher = {Springer},
     pages     = {254-265},
     volume    = {17},
     year      = {2008},
     address   = {Milan, Italy},
     month     = {September},
     url       = {http://dx.doi.org/10.1007/978-3-642-00328-8_25}
  }
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