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Barbara Weber;
  • Published: 11 Nov 2015
Research on quality issues of business process models has recently begun to explore the process of creating process models by analyzing the modeler's interactions with the modeling environment. In this paper we aim to complement previous insights on the modeler's modeling behavior with data gathered by tracking the modeler's eye movements when engaged in the act of modeling. We present preliminary results and outline directions for future research to triangulate toward a more comprehensive understanding of the process of process modeling. We believe that combining different views on the process of process modeling constitutes another building block in understand...
free text keywords: Business process modeling, Data science, Process modeling, Systems engineering, Computer science, Eye movement, Computer Science - Software Engineering
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FWF| Nautilus - The Process of Process Modeling
  • Funder: Austrian Science Fund (FWF) (FWF)
  • Project Code: P 23699
  • Funding stream: Einzelprojekte
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