Recently, several approaches have been developed to check process models for compliance with laws and regulations. In this paper a contribution is made with respect to reducing the com-plexity of compliance checking by partially automating business process compliance (BPC) checking. We present a model check-ing approach that is able to check process models for BPC. In particular, we apply a generic pattern matching approach to the Semantic Business Process Modeling Language (SBPML) allow-ing for extended model checking not being restricted to predeces-sor-successor relationships. Finally, we apply the BPC checking approach to the example of a credit approval process from a real-world bank scenario using a demonstrator modeling software.
Becker, Jörg; Bergener, Philipp; Delfmann, Patrick; Eggert, Mathias; and Weiss, Burkhard, "Supporting Business Process Compliance in Financial Institutions – A Model-Driven Approach" (2011). Wirtschaftsinformatik Proceedings 2011. 75.