The BPM Academic Initiative Model Collection
The BPM Academic Initiative strives to foster research and teaching in the area of Business Process Management. Our efforts comprise a comprehensive set of teaching material and a professional process modeling editor provided by our industry partner.
By now, hundreds of academic institutes utilized this offer in their courses. Thereby, a steadily growing amount of models is created with the process editor and streams into the model collection. The models are intended to contribute to empirical research in the field of BPM. Thus, we offer access to our collection to interested researchers.
The collection comprises tens of thousands of models, of various process modeling languages, and size. Further, models of the collection are available in several revisions, which opens a new perspective in researching the way people model. You can get a rough insight in our collection by reviewing the statistics below.
Facts and figures about our collection...
Apart from EPCs, Petrinets and jBPMs the model collection provides a wide range of different BPMN diagrams like BPMN2.0 Choreography and BPMN2.0 Conversation.
The complexity of a model depends on the number of its elements. While most models have as many as 40 elements, some complex models have up to several hundred elements.
Many models show a number of revisions. With their help, for example, the history of models can be analyzed step by step.
You can use below filters to discover the provided models by means of certain criteria, that is, modeling language, language, connectedness, and size. The filter will show you, how much models fit your selection.
To download models, click on the register now button below. you will be presented with a form that requests your name, email address, affiliation, and a short research proposal to which the models shall contribute. The BPM AI core team will review the research proposal and grant access to earnest requests, thus avoiding abuse of the service.
Also, before submitting the request, you have to accept a license agreement that restricts usage of the models to empirical research in non-commercial settings only. Once, access to the models has been granted, you will receive an Email to the address you provided with a unique link and further instructions.
interesting numbers from our collection:
different models: 29825, different revisions: 146976, version: 2.0 (Aug. 2012)
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