Title

Consistency Checking of Goal Models and Case Management Schemas

Publication Name

Lecture Notes in Business Information Processing

Abstract

Case management is an approach for handling business processes that are knowledge-intensive. The knowledge work performed on case management schemas is driven by operational goals. Typically, organizational goals and their interdependencies are specified in goal models. A goal model defines how higher-level goals are achieved by lower-level goals. While goals have been related to classical activity-centric process models, the relation between declarative data-centric case management schemas and goal models has not yet been explored. This paper presents a structural approach to check consistency of a goal model and a declarative case management schema. The approach is supported by a tool and evaluated in a case study.

Open Access Status

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Volume

427 LNBIP

First Page

54

Last Page

70

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Link to publisher version (DOI)

http://dx.doi.org/10.1007/978-3-030-85440-9_4