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The different approaches of emerging workflow modeling languages are manifold. Today, there exist many notations for workflow modeling with various specializations on different domains. In this paper we analyze three well known business process (workflow) modeling notations for their support for elaborated key aspects in workflow modeling. The aim of this paper is to discuss their differences and commonalities concerning these aspects.doi:10.1109/pdp.2006.17 dblp:conf/pdp/VaskoD06 fatcat:2dvakkcmafdnte2xykos6vhbae