||FRAMEWORK OF THE EXTENDED PROCESS TO PRODUCT MODELING (XPPM) FOR EFFICIENT IDM DEVELOPMENT
||G Lee, Sl Ham, Y Hyun Park
||This paper introduces a new “extended Process to Product Modeling (xPPM)” for efficient Information Delivery Manual (IDM) development. The current IDM development typically uses Business Process Modeling Notation (BPMN) to represent a Process Map (PM). However, the resultant Process Map is isolated from the development of Exchange Requirements (ERs) and Functional Parts (FPs). ERs and FPs specify the information required when information is exchanged between different activities. The extended Process to Product Modeling (xPPM) method is proposed to provide a tight connection between PMs, ERs, and FPs. The theoretical framework is based on the Georgia Tech Process to Product Modeling. An xPPM tool is being developed in Java to support several IDM development efforts in South Korea.
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||xPPM, IDM, product modeling, process modeling
G Lee, Sl Ham, Y Hyun Park (2011).
FRAMEWORK OF THE EXTENDED PROCESS TO PRODUCT MODELING (XPPM) FOR EFFICIENT IDM DEVELOPMENT. Proceedings of the 28th International Conference of CIB W78, Sophia Antipolis, France, 26-28 October (ISSN: 2706-6568),