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34 AUTOMATING BUSINESS MODELLING as entities with dependencies placed between each entity and those others on which it relies for its existence. A Process Model is a collection of business processes crucial to the business’ operation. The context of a business process is described, including the involved entities, the circumstances that trigger a process and the consequences of its actions. The Procedural Model was devised on top of BSDM’s Entity and Process Model to enable the logical sequences of action for processes to be speciﬁed and recorded, thus enabling simulation of business processes in a model.
Logic is particularly appealing as a means of representing knowledge because it has several important characteristics: • It is expressive, within limits. In other words we can use it to make a wide variety of diﬀerent statements. • It has a clearly deﬁned semantics. That is, the meaning of the notation is unambiguous and well understood. • It provides sound rules of inference. e. we can trust the inference mechanisms. The word “logic” has been used as if it referred to a single notation but there are a multitude of diﬀerent varieties of logic and also diﬀerent approaches to describing each variety.
Problems and Overview of Approach 27 produced model, and often its suitability and applicability are not known until it is actually put into action. There are several problems in ensuring the quality of the produced model, some of which are discussed below. • Availability of expertise: A large enterprise today is a virtual entity which consists of many sub-organisations distributed across diﬀerent geographical areas, each possessing diﬀerent expertise. Hence, it may not be possible to have all of the persons with the right expertise (who are normally senior and/or middle-level managers) available for model development.
Automating Business Modelling: A Guide to Using Logic to Represent Informal Methods and Support Reasoning (Advanced Information and Knowledge Processing) by Yun-Heh Chen-Burger, Dave Robertson