Natalya V. Bogoslovskaya

Place of work

FSAEI of HE "Saint Petersburg State University of Aerospace Instrumentation"
associate professor
candidate of technical sciences

Author's articles(4)

Metriki kursovykh proektov po biznes-modelirovaniiu



В статье представлены результаты анализа коллекции моделей бизнес-процессов, собранные по результатам курсового проектирования на кафедре информационно-сетевых технологий Санкт-Петербургского государственного университета аэрокосмического приборостроения. Коллекция, состоящая из 80 моделей, разработана с использованием нотации BPMN 2.0. Часть моделей была создана студентами очной формы обучения, которые имеют очень приблизительные представления о бизнес-процессах компаний. Другая часть моделей была разработана студентами заочной формы обучения, которые имеют личный опыт работы в современных пр...

On the topic of choosing the bpmn modeling tool for learning process realization



the article discusses the question of choosing software tools for the development of business-models in BPMN relevant notation modeling during realization of learning process of higher education institution. The problem is investigated with consideration of professional standards requirements 06 «Connection, information and communication technologies» for 09.03.02 «Information systems and technologies» training field.

Executable Business Process Modeling



as noted in the explanatory note to the «Information Systems Specialist» professional standard, the success of implementing information systems is largely determined by the accuracy of their adaptation to the business processes of the customer organization. Today, BPMN notation is often used as a tool for extracting requirements for information systems. BPMN provides executable semantics that make it possible not only to draw up a detailed specification of a business process, but also to model it with numerical estimates. The aims of this study are to choose tools for teaching students from th...

Ontology as a Term System of BPMN Notation



introduction. Business Process Model and Notation (BPMN) is widely used standard for modeling business processes and supported by the Object-Oriented Technology Specification Management Group (OMG). However, the BPMN 2.0 specification is quite lengthy and contains over 500 pages. Item definitions are scattered across different sections of the specification and sometimes conflict. In addition, the structure of elements and their relationships are described in the form of metamodel, but further syntactic rules are defined within the natural language text. The purpose. This article proposes an o...