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Author Scholz-Reiter, B.

Title Process Modelling [electronic resource] / edited by B. Scholz-Reiter, Hans-Dietrich Stahlmann, Arnim Nethe.

Published Berlin, Heidelberg : Springer Berlin Heidelberg, 1999.


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Physical description 1 online resource (x, 558 pages 245 illustrations)
Contents Part 1: Common Approaches -- Part 2: Business Processes Modelling -- Part 3: Logistics Processes -- Part 4: Engineering Processes -- Part 5: Production Processes -- Part 6: Modelling and Simulation of Water Systems. The complete table of contents can be found on the Internet:
Summary A process model is very often used for system analysis, design and management in various application areas. Using a process model has the advantage that it has only to be as precise as necessary within the parameters of the individual field of application, whereas the precision externally is less important. This makes process modeling easier and open for structuring. The contributions deal with different approaches to process modelling, especially in the areas of business process modelling, logistics and production processes and water systems.
Other author Stahlmann, Hans-Dietrich.
Nethe, Arnim.
Subject Economics.
Industrial engineering.
Electronic books.
ISBN 9783642601200 (electronic bk.)
3642601200 (electronic bk.)