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Business process modelling languages typically enable the representation of business process models by employing (graphical) symbols. These symbols can vary depending upon the verbosity of the language, the modelling paradigm, the focus of the language, and so on. To make explicit the different constructs and rules employed by a specific language, as well as bridge the gap across different languages, meta-models have been proposed in literature. These meta-models are a crucial source ofarXiv:2011.09177v1 fatcat:3hydxptiznh3hlncvcofyxcn7i