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Artifact-centric business process model represents an operational model of business processes in which the changes and evolution of , or business entities, are considered as the main driver of the processes. The artifact-centric approach, a kind of data-centric business process modeling, focuses on describing how business data is changed/updated, by a particular action or task, throughout the process.

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  • Artifact-centric business process model represents an operational model of business processes in which the changes and evolution of , or business entities, are considered as the main driver of the processes. The artifact-centric approach, a kind of data-centric business process modeling, focuses on describing how business data is changed/updated, by a particular action or task, throughout the process. (en)
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  • Artifact-centric business process model represents an operational model of business processes in which the changes and evolution of , or business entities, are considered as the main driver of the processes. The artifact-centric approach, a kind of data-centric business process modeling, focuses on describing how business data is changed/updated, by a particular action or task, throughout the process. (en)
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  • Artifact-centric business process model (en)
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