||Identifiyng a Subset of BPMN for IDM Development
||C Yon Cho, Y Hyun Park, G Lee
||The purpose of this paper is to propose a subset of business process modeling notation (BPMN) to improve the information delivery manual (IDM) development process. The information delivery manual (IDM) (ISO/DIS 29481-1, 2008) currently recommends using BPMN for describing process maps (PM). The BPMN model is a generic graphical representation standard for specifying business processes targeted at a wide range of industry sectors. In its present form, it includes an unwieldy number of symbols and rules (currently over 160 notations) in order to cover a wide range of uses. Consequently, many process models use only a small number of these notations. This study collected and analyzed BPMN notations used in 54 processes in 14 existing PMs developed by various organizations. It was found that only 36 notations are used in IDM development. Based on these 36 notations, a subset of BPMN for IDM development is proposed.
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||Information delivery manual, Korea construction process, Exchange requirement, Process map, BIM
C Yon Cho, Y Hyun Park, G Lee (2011).
Identifiyng a Subset of BPMN for IDM Development. Proceedings of the 28th International Conference of CIB W78, Sophia Antipolis, France, 26-28 October (ISSN: 2706-6568),