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Process querying in apromore

M La Rosa, Artem Polyvyanyy, Luigi Corno, Raffaele Conforti, Simon Raboczi, Giancarlo Fortino

CEUR Workshop Proceedings | CEUR Workshop Proceedings | Published : 2015


Process querying addresses the problem of automatically retrieving process models from collections thereof on the basis of user-defined queries. Process querying can be used to tackle problems of process compliance, reuse, redesign, and standardization [1].In this paper, we demonstrate a process querying environment that resulted from integrating Process Query Language (PQL) [2] into the Apromore process model reposi-tory [3]. PQL is a programming language based upon temporal logic with an intuitive SQL-like syntax for the specification of queries. The semantics of PQL queries is grounded in process model behavior. The intent of a PQL query is to retrieve process models from a co..

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