Choreography of business processes can track messages between different services. At the time of writing, there are no guidelines t o d raw a U ML C lass D iagram f rom t he Business Process Choreography. This paper reports an experiment using a set of guidelines. Objective: Evaluate the subjects’ performance and perceptions when applying the BPc2Class-guidelines and BPc2Class-discovery process. Method: To measure the performance and user perception of both ways of mapping the processes, a comparative experiment was conducted with 38 subjects. The subjects, being master students, solved a process case in the first session and a guidelines case in the second session. A survey was filled in by the subjects to measure the user perception variables. Results: The results indicated that the guidelines showed significantly better results in five out of the six measured variables. Conclusion: Based on the findings and limitations of this research the use of guidelines looks promising, but future research is necessary to further generalize the conclusion.
Berkhout, Matthijs; Leewis, Sam; and Smit, Koen, "Translating Business Process Models to Class Diagrams" (2020). BLED 2020 Proceedings. 21.