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Contextual Workflow Modeling
Activity-based workflow modeling (AWM) is a common and useful modeling technique, whose fundamental drawbacks limit its effectiveness in modeling complex

escalation clauses  a state becomes completed Escalation Rules - define escalation actions associated with time-sensitive states, e.g., sending email reminders or overdue notifications Transition Rules - govern the transition from one state to the next Triggers, on the other hand, are external method invocations that occur as a result of some workflow event. For example, a trigger can be attached to the activation of a particular state so that it is invoked whenever the state is activated. At times, one may be interested in

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