Enhancing the guidance of the intentional model "MAP": Graph theory application

Abstract : The MAP model was introduced in information system engineering in order to model processes on a flexible way. The intentional level of this model helps an engineer to execute a process with a strong relationship to the situation of the project at hand. In the literature, attempts for having a practical use of maps are not numerous. Our aim is to enhance the guidance mechanisms of the process execution by reusing graph algorithms. After clarifying the existing relationship between graphs and maps, we improve the MAP model by adding qualitative criteria. We then offer a way to express maps with graphs and propose to use Graph theory algorithms to offer an automatic guidance of the map. We illustrate our proposal by an example and discuss its limitations.
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Rebecca Deneckere, Elena Kornyshova, Colette Rolland. Enhancing the guidance of the intentional model "MAP": Graph theory application. Research Challenges in Information Science (RCIS), Apr 2009, Fès, Morocco. pp.13-22, ⟨10.1109/RCIS.2009.5089263⟩. ⟨hal-00663300⟩

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