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The biggest challenge of business process management is the provision of non-technical tools, based on implementation standards, which swing control of business processes away from technical departments and towards the business process owners themselves. These tools aid business users in designing high level process models using graphical notations which can then be mapped to lower level implementation models for execution. In this paper we propose our framework leading to a tool that aidsdoi:10.1504/ijwgs.2006.008878 fatcat:niwhroehbveafigt635o6juzlu