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Student
Title
Supervisor
Faculty
Educational Programme
Final Grade
Year of Graduation
Aleksandr Chzhan
Program for BPMN Models Execution with Recommendations Support based on Ant Colony Optimization Algorithm
Software Engineering
(Bachelor’s programme)
7
2018
Business process management has become an integral part of all developed companies and one of the most interesting topics for discussion in world-class business schools. Today, people create business process models with computer programs, but the analysis of these models is based on success with its use in the enterprise's daily life.

The purpose of this project is creating a program that will allow you to design a graphical

model of business processes, execute them by calling remote Web servers and issue recommendations for their improvement. For achievement of this purpose, it is necessary to solve a problem of integration of Ant Colony Optimization Algorithm into the methodology of BPMN and finding technological ways to access remote Web servers. The result of the development is the program for building business process models and their execution, which will maximize the using of enterprise resources.

The paper contains 34 pages, 3 chapters, 16 illustrations, 14 bibliography items, 4 appendices

Keywords— Business process; Business process management; BPMN; Web server; Ant Colony

Optimization Algorithm.

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