Manufacturing of process driven business applications can be supported by process modeling efforts in order to link the gap between business requirements and system conditions. However, deviating purposes of business process modeling inventiveness have led to considerable problems of aligning related models at distinct abstract levels and distinct outlooks. Verifying the consistency of such related models is a big challenge for process modeling theory and practice. Our contribution is a concept called behavioral profile that sum up the fundamental behavioral limits of a process model. We show that these outlines can be calculated effectively, i.e., in cubic time for sound free-choice Petri nets w.r.t. their number of places and changeovers. In addition to the above Support Vector Machines (SVM) usage is helpful to improve consistency with greater confidence to evaluate behavioral and structural consistency.
SISTLA, SUKANTH and Rao, A.Ananda
"A Structural and Behavioral Analysis Approach for Process Model Evaluation.,"
International Journal of Computer and Communication Technology: Vol. 6:
1, Article 7.
Available at: https://www.interscience.in/ijcct/vol6/iss1/7