Variability, Knowledge Intensive Process, Business Process Modeling
One of the most important features of an Knowledge Intensive Process (KIP) is the variability: different activities can be performed by certain factors, i.e., certain behaviors lead to different directions at runtime. Despite the variability to be a key point in PIC, the various existing proposals in the literature are not treated satisfactorily aspects of reasons why the behavior of processes to be modified. This article aims to present the KIP-Organon method, designed to identify the elements that can cause variability in Knowledge Intensive Processes.
do Nascimento, Anderson S.; Santoro, Flavia; and Cereja, José Ricardo, "A Method to Identify Variability in Knowledge Intensive Processes" (2015). Proceedings of the XI Brazilian Symposium on Information Systems (SBSI 2015). 1.