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== Relation type ==
 
== Relation type ==
 
An organizational unit is connected to a [[Function|function]] by an [[Organizational flow|organizational flow connector]]. [2]
 
An organizational unit is connected to a [[Function|function]] by an [[Organizational flow|organizational flow connector]]. [2]
 
== XML Representation ==
 
  
 
== References ==
 
== References ==

Latest revision as of 09:21, 11 September 2018


Organizational unit
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Organizational unit
IsSubClassOf Resource
Successors Organizational unit
Predecessors Organizational unit
HasIncomingControlFlow 0
HasOutgoingControlFlow 0
HasResource 0
HasAttribute 0
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 Possible succeeding element(s) is/are  Organizational unit. Previous element(s) can be Organizational unit. The cardinalities are 0 (incoming) and 0 (outgoing) respectively .  


Syntax

In the extended EPC, additional resources like an organizational unit are introduced. Organizational units may be differentiated into post, role or person. [1] An organizational unit is connected to a function by an organizational flow connector, a straight line without arrow. [2], [3], [4] Every function is associated with one or more organizational units and every organizational unit is involved in one or more functions. [5]

Semantic

An organizational unit is connected to a function for different reasons: The organizational unit executes the function, contributes to the function, must be informed about the result of the function or has a consulting role in the function. [1], [2], [5]

Relation type

An organizational unit is connected to a function by an organizational flow connector. [2]

References


  • [1] ^ 1 2 R. Klein, F. Kupsch, and A. Scheer, “Modellierung inter-organisationaler Prozesse mit Ereignisgesteuerten Prozessketten,” Inst. für Wirtschaftsinformatik, no. November, 2004.
  • [2] ^ 1 2 3 B. Korherr and B. List, “A UML 2 Profile for Event Driven Process Chains *,” vol. 205, pp. 161–172, 2006.
  • [3] ^ Rump, “Geschäftsprozessmanagement mit EPK.” 1999.
  • [4] ^ J. L. Staud, Geschäftsprozessanalyse. 2006.
  • [5] ^ 1 2 F. Gottschalk, “My own process : Providing dedicated views on EPCs,” no. December, pp. 8–9, 2005.
  • [6] L. Rosa, H. M. Arthur, M. La, and M. Dumas, Configurable Multi-Perspective Business Process Models. 2010.