Pulsar : un prototype d'assistance et de partage de connaissances métier

Abstract : The Pulsar project aims at creating a new generation of business decision automation processes, unifying the concepts of BPM, Business Rules and Business events. It allows reactive automation of business processes leveraging the experience of its users across the enterprises: custom notifications of the events to process, assistance in conducting business processes and experience sharing by means of “recipes” shared among its users. We introduce here its design goals and preliminary prototypes.
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Emmanuel Tissandier, Patrick Mégard, Christophe Jolif. Pulsar : un prototype d'assistance et de partage de connaissances métier. 30eme conférence francophone sur l'interaction homme-machine, Oct 2018, Brest, France. 8p. ⟨hal-01900067⟩

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