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Business Process Management by Martyn A. Ould

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MODELLING THE CP—CMP RELATIONSHIP AT RAD LEVEL

We now know, at the process level, what form the relationship between CPs and CMPs takes: we have the generic pictures in Figures 5.3 and 5.5. What do these relationships look like in the RADs concerned? Again, generically, we know that we shall be using activation when the CMP wants to start a CP, and an interaction when a CP wants to deliver something to the requesting CP, when a CMP wants to monitor a CP, and so on.

Let’s look at some simple examples to see this in practice. Figure 5.6 shows us part of the CMP that we might have in a pharmaceutical company for clinical trials. We have shown just three of the potentially many threads that might make up such a process. They are all in the main ...

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