Data-Flow Correctness and Compliance Verification for Data-Aware Workflows in Energy Markets
|Termin||Fr 24. November 2017|
|Kurzfassung||- Vortrag im SR 010 -
Data flow is becoming more and more important for business processes over the last few years. Nevertheless, data in workflows is often considered as second-class object and is not sufficiently supported. In many domains, such as the energy market, the importance of compliance requirements stemming form legal regulations or specific standards has dramatically increased over the past few years. To be broadly applicable, compliance verification has to support data-aware compliance rules as well as to consider data conditions within a process model. In this thesis we model the data-flow of data objects for a scenario in the energy market domain. For this purpose we use a scientific workflow management system, namely the Apache Taverna. We will then insure the correctness of the data flow of the process model. The theoretical starting point for this thesis is a verification approach of the supervisors of this thesis. It formalizes BPMN process models by mapping them to Petri Nets and unfolding the execution semantics regarding data. We develop an algorithm for transforming Taverna workflows to BPMN 2.0. We then ensure the correctness of the data-flow of the process model. For this purpose we analyse which compliance rules are relevant for the data objects and how to specify them using anti-patterns.