College of Computing, Engineering & Construction
Master of Science in Computer and Information Sciences (MS)
Dr. Arturo Sanchez-Ruiz
Dr. Robert F. Roggio
Dr. Sherif A. Elfayoumy
The rapid growth and complexity of today's businesses have created a need for business process management approaches that will promote the efficient functioning of these organizations. Users of business process management tools greatly benefit from using visual process modeling capabilities. Cross-business interaction sets forth the need for standardization of notations in designing these models.
The goal of this thesis is to study state of the art business process management notations and state of the art diagramming frameworks associated with building a Visual Modeler that can be easily integrated with existing workflow management systems. This thesis presents a Visual Modeler that has been created based on the research findings. Two case studies are presented, which show how the modeler has been effectively integrated as part of two completely different workflow management systems.
Chaturvedi, Jyoti, "A Workflow Visual Modeler and Its Interface to Existing Workflow Management Systems" (2008). UNF Graduate Theses and Dissertations. 187.