Extra Exercise 1
A workflow is defined as a network of tasks rules that determine the (partial) order in which the
tasks should be performed.
a) Which are these essential ordering principles?
b) Show that iteration can be made by the other pr
Aalst and Hee, Chaffey, Chapter 3
Order of tasks
Who should do it?
Way in which the work items are allocated to resources
people and/or machinesis very important to the efficienc
M. Weske, Chapter 1-2
Aalst and Hee, Chapter 2
The primary objective of a workflow system is to deal
A case has a limited lifetime, between the appearance
Business Process and
Anupindi, Chapter 1-2
Rashid, Chapter 1
Chaffey, Chapter 1
Produce All things Ourselves?
Organize into business units
Task Logical unit of work that is carried o
Aalst and Hee, Chaffey, Chapter 4
ii. Reachability Analysis
iii. Structural Analysis
Method for computer support
Method without computer support
Business Process and Workflow Management, COMP 4123
Department of Computing, The Hong Kong Polytechnic University
Assignment # 1
Total Marks: 20, Submission Deadline: 11th October 2015 [23:55 Hrs]
1. A car repair shop has two hoists where cars can be lift
Extra exercise 2
German Traffic Light
There are quite some differences between traffic lights in different countries. The traffic light described in this paper
is a Dutch traffic light. The traffic light in Germany has an extra phase in its c
(a)For the current process we have
Inventory, I = 8 cars,
Throughput, R = 4 cars per hour.
Flow time, T = I/R = 8/4 = 2 hours.
Cars wait an average of 2 hours before being served.
(b)At the routine repair hoist, we have
Inventory, I = 5 cars,
Tuen Mun Hospital
Third Nursing practicum (medical and orthopedics ward)
Checked vital sign
Performed stoma care
performed continuous ambulatory peritoneal dialysis care
Changed napkin and bed making
Performed Wound dressing/ off stit