The integration of YAWL and Apromore is achieved via three components: i) a stencil for Apromore’s editor to render YAWL models on canvas, ii) a Canonizer plug-in to convert YAWL models to Apromore’s canonical format and vice versa, and iii) a component to link Apromore to a running YAWL System distribution in order to deploy YAWL models stored in Apromore directly onto YAWL.
YAWL (Yet Another Workflow Language) is a workflow system together with it’s own workflow language that is developed by the Queensland University of Technology. It is published as open source under the LGPL license. The workflow editor of YAWL is written as a desktop application in Java.
The University of Melbourne, Australia
Queensland University of Technology, Australia
Bonn-Rhein-Sieg University of Applied Sciences, Germany
- Prof. Andreas Hense
- Felix Mannhardt