The presented framework engaged three levels of dynamics: the process level (process dynamics within a predefined scheme), the process scheme level (run time changes of the process scheme), and the BR level (decision-making model, i.e., changing the way that process scheme changes are implemented). Using the dynamic process changes classification definitions, in Sect. 2.3, the implementation of the following dynamic levels (Fig. 2.5) is further elaborated (Fig. 11.1):
KeywordsProcess Scheme Design Activity Logic Activity Activity Duration Business Rule
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