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Lecture Notes in Business Information Processing
Knowledge-intensive Processes (KiPs) are processes characterized by high levels of unpredictability and dynamism. Their process structure may not be known before their execution. One way to cope with this uncertainty is to defer decisions regarding the process structure until run time. In this paper, we consider the definition of the process structure as a planning problem. Our approach uses automated planning techniques to generate plans that define process models according to the currentdoi:10.1007/978-3-030-49418-6_7 fatcat:yyhejkjsrvfbpa4tanialedera