ARIS — Business Process Modeling

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Springer Science & Business Media, Mar 1, 2000 - Business & Economics - 220 pages
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ARIS (Architecture of Integrated Information Systems) is a unique and internationally renowned method for optimizing business processes and implementing application systems.
This book describes in detail how ARIS methods model and realize business processes by means of UML (Unified Modeling Language), leading to an information model that is the keystone for a systematic and intelligent method of developing application systems.
Multiple real-world examples - including knowledge management, implementation of workflow systems and standard software solutions (SAP R/3 in particular) - address the deployment of ARIS methods.
 

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Contents

Table of Contents
1
2 PROMET
18
1 1 2 Procedure Sequences
31
1 3 2 MiniSpecification
47
2 3 2 Component Types
62
3 2 Data Configuration
77
3 3 1 Creating Relations
80
3 3 4 Logical Access Paths
87
A IH 2 3 Design Specification
139
2 3 3 1 Common Detailing
145
3 Relationships between Functions and Output
148
4 2 Configuration
156
5 Relationships between Organization and Output
162
6 2 Configuration
169
7 2 2 Configurating Business Objects
175
4 Summary
183

4 Modeling the Output View
93
4 2 Output Configuration
100
1 1 2 Use Case Diagram
106
2 1 Modeling the Requirements Definition
112
2 1 1 2 Function Allocation Diagrams
118
2 1 2 Event and Message Control
124
2 1 2 5 Linking Object Oriented Modeling and EPC
133
Implementing Workflow Systems
184
2 Procedural Model Phases
198
CIM Towards the Factory
211
Business Process Engineering Reference Models for Industrial Enterprises
212
Index
215
ARIS Business Process
219
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