An Evaluation Of A Cooperative Process Support Environment
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: An Evaluation Of A Cooperative Process Support Environment
Abstract : This paper describes an evaluation of process modelling where the same distributed conference organizing process was modelled in three different process centred environments (PCEs) - Endeavors, ProcessWeb, and our own CAGIS PCE. Endeavors is an activity based, flexible workflow system, ProcessWeb is a role-based workflow system with a web-interface, whereas the CAGIS PCE combines an activity based workflow system with a software agent system. The goal of the evaluation was to investigate if a combination of a traditional workflow system and a software agent system is more suitable for modelling, changing and configuring distributed cooperative processes than stand-alone workflow systems. As far as we know, there exist no similar studies for process centred environments.
: Computer Science
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