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Models in Software Engineering
Business process models and object life cycles can provide two different views on behavior of the same system, requiring that these models are consistent with each other. However, it is difficult to reason about consistency of these two types of models since their relation is not well-understood. We clarify this relation and propose an approach to establishing the required consistency. Object state changes are first made explicit in a business process model and then the process model is used todoi:10.1007/978-3-540-69489-2_11 dblp:conf/models/RyndinaKG06 fatcat:66jfrkrpavharpul6cgnfinqr4