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This paper reports a study in which business process modelling was regarded as a useful tool for requirements engineering. We have used business process models as a starting point to derive alternative sets of requirements for a process-oriented system. These alternative sets capture different decisions regarding the intended "level of automation" for the various activities in a business process. The approach is demonstrated in a case study which consists of the development of a real system todoi:10.1109/edocw.2009.5331974 dblp:conf/edoc/CardosoAG09 fatcat:fj7rdsetpba6ldm6a56urzlzoa