Integration of workflow functionalities in a Simulation Resource Planning software

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1. Schedule

1.1. Thesis Start

1.2. double supervisioning

2. Tasks

2.1. Identification and documentation of requirements

2.1.1. Workflow functionality

2.1.2. technical requirements analyzing and decomposing the elements of workflow patterns metamodels formats how to store them

2.2. solution approaches

2.2.1. existing wf engines

2.2.2. hybrid

2.2.3. own

2.3. evaluation scheme

2.3.1. Technical criterias design and algorithm issues

2.3.2. non-technical criteria licensing adaptability speed of development

2.4. Development of a proof-of-concept prototype

2.4.1. feasibility of integration of selected solution approach

3. workflow software

3.1. Open Source

3.1.1. Activiti minuses need a bit of coding if you want to orchestrate services Not all BPMN-elements are realized benefits easy to use AngularJS Web-Modeler BPMN 2 process engine Activiti Explorer under the Apache license

3.1.2. JBoss — BPMSuite

3.1.3. jBPM 6.3 release integrated with drools allowing you to model and execute complex business scenarios minuses scalability low level programming supports the complete lifecycle providing you tools for authoring your processes and rules and a repository to manage and store your processes

3.1.4. BonitaSoft

3.1.5. links

3.2. Business Process Management Software

3.2.1. monitor

3.2.2. evaluate and categorize

3.2.3. ... maintain tasks and processes

3.3. Paid

3.3.1. Intalio (paid sw, but has a free core)

3.3.2. Infinity/Stardust (commercial) supporting more BPMN2 elements under the Eclipse Public License developed by the German startup CARNOT AG The Infinity Process Platform is Stardust under a commercial license

3.3.3. Camunda

4. design

4.1. Workflow Model

4.1.1. Budget

4.1.2. Data Model Type of data Sources of data external internal Structure of the data use metamodels?... takes generic infrastructure design and assign assets to create flexible WF

4.2. Workflow Components

4.2.1. General output description he information, material and energy produced by the step and provided as input to downstream steps. transformation rules and algorithms may be carried out by associated human roles or machines, or a combination State Transitions input description the information, material and energy required to complete the step

4.2.2. Diagramm tasks connectors

4.3. language for business process modeling

4.3.1. BPEL

4.3.2. BPMN