Rule-based business policies specification, reasoning and integration for business process model extraction
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Business policies are pervasive in web-based information systems and the introduction of the semantic web has opened new fertile horizons for their representation and automated processing. However, a number of challenges have also emerged. One of those challenges is the contradictory information detection and resolution among policies. This papers reports on a semantic, knowledge-based approach for business policies representation, conflict detection and argumentation based resolution, leading to a justifiable conclusion. We also propose an architecture for enterprise-wide information system to integrate business policies about a given subject spanning across different information systems in an enterprise for decision making purposes.
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