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== Short description ==
 
== Short description ==
 
The start event phase is the starting point for every EPC modelling endeavour. The modelling of a start event is straightforward, encompassing three steps that are shown in Figure 3. First, the modeller needs to check the textual description of the process to be modelled. Adhering to the definition of the event element given earlier, a possible starting event may be any occurrence or state that triggers the process flow. After the starting event has been identified, the event has to be modelled and subsequently labelled. The modelling of the start event(s) is succeeded by the function phase. In the case of multiple start events, the demonstrated start event phase needs to be repeated once for every start event. For each execution path, the EPC modelling cycle is applied separately, until there is a merge of two or more process paths that have been opened up via different start events.
 
The start event phase is the starting point for every EPC modelling endeavour. The modelling of a start event is straightforward, encompassing three steps that are shown in Figure 3. First, the modeller needs to check the textual description of the process to be modelled. Adhering to the definition of the event element given earlier, a possible starting event may be any occurrence or state that triggers the process flow. After the starting event has been identified, the event has to be modelled and subsequently labelled. The modelling of the start event(s) is succeeded by the function phase. In the case of multiple start events, the demonstrated start event phase needs to be repeated once for every start event. For each execution path, the EPC modelling cycle is applied separately, until there is a merge of two or more process paths that have been opened up via different start events.
 
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''Figure 3.  EPC start event''
 
== References ==
 
== References ==
 
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Latest revision as of 12:25, 12 September 2017

Short description

The start event phase is the starting point for every EPC modelling endeavour. The modelling of a start event is straightforward, encompassing three steps that are shown in Figure 3. First, the modeller needs to check the textual description of the process to be modelled. Adhering to the definition of the event element given earlier, a possible starting event may be any occurrence or state that triggers the process flow. After the starting event has been identified, the event has to be modelled and subsequently labelled. The modelling of the start event(s) is succeeded by the function phase. In the case of multiple start events, the demonstrated start event phase needs to be repeated once for every start event. For each execution path, the EPC modelling cycle is applied separately, until there is a merge of two or more process paths that have been opened up via different start events.

EPC Modelling start event.jpg

Figure 3. EPC start 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.