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Organizations rely on a multiplicity of processes covering everything from their day-to-day functioning to longer term viability. Together, these processes and their interrelationships constitute the business process architecture (BPA) of the organization. While efforts have been dedicated to the analysis and design of business processes, the question of how processes in an organization should best relate to each other (i.e., the design of the BPA) has received relatively little consideration.doi:10.1109/rcis.2015.7128881 dblp:conf/rcis/LapouchnianYS15 fatcat:bjmlfgmpbbarpfinttasrb66je