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Lecture Notes in Computer Science
Legal compliance is an important part of certifying the correct behaviour of a business process. To be compliant, organizations might hard-wire regulations into processes, limiting the discretion that workers have when choosing what activities should be executed in a case. Worse, hard-wired compliant processes are difficult to change when laws change, and this occurs very often. This paper proposes a model-driven approach to process compliance and combines a) reference models from laws, and b)doi:10.1007/978-3-030-45234-6_19 fatcat:yphnyhiqwvesrimxtblphqxozq