A workflow-driven design of web information systems

A workflow-driven design of web information systems A Work ‚ow-driven Design of Web Information Systems Peter Barna1 Technische Universiteit Eindhoven1 Department of Mathematics and Computer Science 5600 MB, Eindhoven, the Netherlands Flavius Frasincar2 Erasmus University of Rotterdam2 Faculty of Economics PO Box 1738 3000 DR, Rotterdam, the Netherlands Vrije Universiteit Brussel3 Computer Science - WISE Pleinlaan 2 1050 Brussels, Belgium Geert-Jan Houben1,3 p.barna;g.j.houben@tue.nl ABSTRACT frasincar@few.eur.nl GeertJan.Houben@vub.ac.be The World Wide Web is a rapidly growing business environment hosting a large number of business transactions. Methods for designing Web Information Systems (WIS) have adopted process models, typically as extensions of the navigation models they are based on. We observe that the structure of business processes in WIS goes beyond the scope of the navigation structure and deserves to be a more prominent aspect of the design, abstracted from the navigation speci cation. This paper explains the design of WIS driven by the speci cation of business processes of WIS that is used for the automatic generation of models describing the application logic including the navigation structure. The speci cation of processes is explained on a conference review and submission system and the generation process is demonstrated on the Hera application model. Categories and Subject Descriptors H.1.m [Models http://www.deepdyve.com/assets/images/DeepDyve-Logo-lg.png

A workflow-driven design of web information systems

Association for Computing Machinery — Jul 11, 2006

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A Work ‚ow-driven Design of Web Information Systems Peter Barna1 Technische Universiteit Eindhoven1 Department of Mathematics and Computer Science 5600 MB, Eindhoven, the Netherlands Flavius Frasincar2 Erasmus University of Rotterdam2 Faculty of Economics PO Box 1738 3000 DR, Rotterdam, the Netherlands Vrije Universiteit Brussel3 Computer Science - WISE Pleinlaan 2 1050 Brussels, Belgium Geert-Jan Houben1,3 p.barna;g.j.houben@tue.nl ABSTRACT frasincar@few.eur.nl GeertJan.Houben@vub.ac.be The World Wide Web is a rapidly growing business environment hosting a large number of business transactions. Methods for designing Web Information Systems (WIS) have adopted process models, typically as extensions of the navigation models they are based on. We observe that the structure of business processes in WIS goes beyond the scope of the navigation structure and deserves to be a more prominent aspect of the design, abstracted from the navigation speci cation. This paper explains the design of WIS driven by the speci cation of business processes of WIS that is used for the automatic generation of models describing the application logic including the navigation structure. The speci cation of processes is explained on a conference review and submission system and the generation process is demonstrated on the Hera application model. Categories and Subject Descriptors H.1.m [Models

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