SPEAK

Towards EPC Standardization

Process Modelling with Event-driven Process Chains


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Over 20 years of EPC modelling without an EPC standard?


Event-driven process chains (EPCs) have been used to create business process models from the early 90s and are still used in research and practice today. Since 1992, where EPCs have been presented by G. Keller, M. Nüttgens and A.-W. Scheer at the University of Saarbrücken, the EPC modelling language has been described, further developed, extended and modified by dozens of different authors.

However, up to today, there is still no accepted standard for the EPC modelling language, which caused several different EPC dialects to appear and disappear over the last decades. Therefore, the main goal of the SPEAK project is to prepare a standardization process for the EPC modelling language, which can be submitted as a DIN specification at a later point in time.

Developing an EPC Standard


Our goal is to integrate a large part of the EPC community in the process of EPC standardization. Therefore, the standardization procedure is supported by an collaborative web-tool, which allows an interactive, wiki-based creation of an EPC standard.

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Publications


Thomas, O.; Becker, J.; Jannaber, S.; Riehle, D. M.; Leising, I., & Otten, S. (2018): Collaborative Specification Engineering - Kollaborative Entwicklung einer Sprach-Spezifikation der Ereignisgesteuerten Prozesskette unter Verwendung einer Wiki-basierten Onlineplattform. In: Thomas, O.; (Hrsg.): Living Lab Business Process Management Research Report, Nr. 13, Osnabrück, Living Lab BPM e.V. (accepted)
Jannaber, S.; Riehle, D. M.; Delfmann, P., & Thomas, O. (2017): Help is on the Way – Providing User Support for EPC Modelling via a Systematic Procedure Model In: Ramons, I., Tuunainen, V.,Krcmar, H. (Hrsg.): Proceedings of the 25th European Conference on Information Systems (ECIS 2017), Guimarães, Portugal. AISel, S. 2667-2676. Research-in-Progress.
Jannaber, S.; Riehle, D. M.; Delfmann, P.; Thomas, O., & Becker, J. (2017), Designing A Framework for the Development of Domain-Specific Process Modelling Languages. In: Maedche, A., vom Brocke, J., Hevner, A. (Hrsg.): Designing the Digital Transformation (DESRIST 2017). Lecture Notes in Computer Science, Vol. 10243, Karlsruhe. Springer, Cham, S. 39-54.
Jannaber, S., Karhof, A., Riehle, D. M., Thomas, O., Delfmann, P., & Becker, J., (2016). Invigorating event-driven process chains - towards an integrated meta model for EPC standardization. In: Betz, S. & Reimer, U. (Hrsg.), Modellierung 2016 Workshopband, Lecture Notes in Informatics, Vol. 255, Gesellschaft für Informatik e.V., S. 13-22.
Riehle, D. M., Jannaber, S., Karhof, A., Thomas, O., Delfmann, P., & Becker, J., (2016). On the de-facto standard of event-driven process chains: how EPC is defined in literature. In: Oberweis, A. & Reussner, R. (Hrsg.), Modellierung 2016, Lecture Notes in Informatics, Vol. 254. Gesellschaft für Informatik e.V., S. 61-76.
Karhof, A.; Jannaber, S., Riehle, D. M.; Thomas, O.; Delfmann, P., & Becker, J. (2016). On the de-facto standard of Event-driven Process Chains: Reviewing EPC implementations in process modelling tools. In: Oberweis, A. & Reussner, R. (Hrsg.), Modellierung 2016, Lecture Notes in Informatics, Vol. 254. Gesellschaft für Informatik e.V., S. 77-91.
Riehle, D. M.; Jannaber, S.; Karhof, A.; Delfmann, P.; Thomas, O., & Becker, J. (2016), Towards an EPC Standardization – A Literature Review on Exchange Formats for EPC Models. In: Nissen, V., Stelzer, D., Straßburger, S., Fischer, D. (Hrsg.): Multikonferenz Wirtschaftsinformatik (MKWI 2016), Ilmenau, S. 1167-1178

Institutions


Universität Osnabrück

Lehrstuhl für Informationsmanagement und Wirtschaftsinformatik

Katharinenstr. 3
49069 Osnabrück

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Universität Münster

European Research Center for Information Systems

Leonardo-Campus 3
48149 Münster

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