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If no further events indicating a continuing process flow can be identified in the textual description, the modelling process comes to an end. The corresponding steps are shown in Figure 7.
 
If no further events indicating a continuing process flow can be identified in the textual description, the modelling process comes to an end. The corresponding steps are shown in Figure 7.
 
By reaching the end event phase, the modeller has finished the modelling process. As a result, the former textual process description has been transformed into a semi-formal EPC model.
 
By reaching the end event phase, the modeller has finished the modelling process. As a result, the former textual process description has been transformed into a semi-formal EPC model.
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''Figure 7.  EPC end event''
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== References ==
 
== References ==
 
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Latest revision as of 12:57, 12 September 2017

Short description

If no further events indicating a continuing process flow can be identified in the textual description, the modelling process comes to an end. The corresponding steps are shown in Figure 7. By reaching the end event phase, the modeller has finished the modelling process. As a result, the former textual process description has been transformed into a semi-formal EPC model.

EPC Modelling end event.jpg

Figure 7. EPC end event

References


  • [1] Jannaber, S., Riehle, D., Delfmann, P., & Thomas, O. (2017). HELP IS ON THE WAY–PROVIDING USER SUPPORT FOR EPC MODELLING VIA A SYSTEMATIC PROCEDURE MODEL.