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The origin and evolution of syntax errors in simple sequence flow models in BPMN

Joshua De Bock and Jan Claes UGent (2018) CAiSE 2018 Workshops proceedings, LNBIP 316.
abstract
How do syntax errors emerge? What is the earliest moment that potential syntax errors can be detected? Which evolution do syntax errors go through during modeling? A provisional answer to these questions is formulated in this paper based on an investigation of a dataset containing the operational details of 126 modeling sessions. First, a list is composed of the different potential syntax errors. Second, a classification framework is built to categorize the errors according to their certainty and severity during modeling (i.e., in partial or complete models). Third, the origin and evolution of all syntax errors in the dataset are identified. This data is then used to collect a number of observations, which form a basis for future research.
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conceptual modeling, business process management, process, model, process of process modeling, quality, syntactic quality, syntax error
in
CAiSE 2018 Workshops proceedings, LNBIP 316
editor
Raimundas Matulevicus and Remco Dijkman
publisher
Springer
conference name
30th International Conference on Advanced Information Systems Engineering
conference location
Tallinn, Estonia
conference start
2018-06-11
conference end
2018-06-15
language
English
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yes
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C1
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8558555
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http://hdl.handle.net/1854/LU-8558555
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http://www.janclaes.info/paper.php?paper=pubcognise2018
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2018-04-08 10:11:26
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  abstract     = {How do syntax errors emerge? What is the earliest moment that potential syntax errors can be detected? Which evolution do syntax errors go through during modeling? A provisional answer to these questions is formulated in this paper based on an investigation of a dataset containing the operational details of 126 modeling sessions. First, a list is composed of the different potential syntax errors. Second, a classification framework is built to categorize the errors according to their certainty and severity during modeling (i.e., in partial or complete models). Third, the origin and evolution of all syntax errors in the dataset are identified. This data is then used to collect a number of observations, which form a basis for future research.},
  author       = {De Bock, Joshua and Claes, Jan},
  booktitle    = {CAiSE 2018 Workshops proceedings, LNBIP 316},
  editor       = {Matulevicus, Raimundas and Dijkman, Remco},
  keyword      = {conceptual modeling,business process management,process,model,process of process modeling,quality,syntactic quality,syntax error},
  language     = {eng},
  location     = {Tallinn, Estonia},
  publisher    = {Springer},
  title        = {The origin and evolution of syntax errors in simple sequence flow models in BPMN},
  url          = {http://www.janclaes.info/paper.php?paper=pubcognise2018},
  year         = {2018},
}

Chicago
De Bock, Joshua, and Jan Claes. 2018. “The Origin and Evolution of Syntax Errors in Simple Sequence Flow Models in BPMN.” In CAiSE 2018 Workshops Proceedings, LNBIP 316, ed. Raimundas Matulevicus and Remco Dijkman. Springer.
APA
De Bock, Joshua, & Claes, J. (2018). The origin and evolution of syntax errors in simple sequence flow models in BPMN. In R. Matulevicus & R. Dijkman (Eds.), CAiSE 2018 Workshops proceedings, LNBIP 316. Presented at the 30th International Conference on Advanced Information Systems Engineering, Springer.
Vancouver
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De Bock J, Claes J. The origin and evolution of syntax errors in simple sequence flow models in BPMN. In: Matulevicus R, Dijkman R, editors. CAiSE 2018 Workshops proceedings, LNBIP 316. Springer; 2018.
MLA
De Bock, Joshua, and Jan Claes. “The Origin and Evolution of Syntax Errors in Simple Sequence Flow Models in BPMN.” CAiSE 2018 Workshops Proceedings, LNBIP 316. Ed. Raimundas Matulevicus & Remco Dijkman. Springer, 2018. Print.