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An Organization Model based on Party Pattern to Support Dynamic Change for Role-based Workflow Application

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2 Author(s)
Bai, S. ; Software Coll., Hunan Univ. ; Peng Du

An organization model describes the relationships between personnel and the structure of the organization. While flexible, dynamic changes in organizations is also an important, yet unresolved problem which appears in many domains, but very few approaches of organization modeling can address dynamic changes in organizational structures, so some new approaches and technologies for organization model design seem to be inevitable. In this paper, firstly we particularly discuss the essentiality of organization model design in workflow systems, and propose a novel organization model based on party pattern by an analyzing and comparing traditional organization models. Secondly, for integrating it into a workflow model seamlessly, we use a role model connect of these two disparate models. This integrated model is desired to adapt various changes including personnel changes, organization changes and process changes etc., and realize the amalgamation of personnel, organization and computer application system naturally in order to accomplish given tasks successfully

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Distributed Intelligent Systems: Collective Intelligence and Its Applications, 2006. DIS 2006. IEEE Workshop on

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15-16 June 2006

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