QUIVIR Research Group
Rafael M. Gasca, PhD
María Teresa Gómez, PhD
Pablo Neira Ayuso, PhD
Sergio Pozo Hidalgo, PhD
Rafael Ceballos, PhD
Fernando de la Rosa, PhD
Miguel Toro, PhD
Diana Borrego, PhD
Luisa Parody, PhD
CombiS-BP Editor is an extension of OPBUS Tool. In addition to OPBUS Tool features, CombiS-BP Editor enables to combine an imperative and declarative specification of a business process.
CombiS-BP Editor makes possible to include BPMN 2.0 components in an imperative way by means of using a declarative element, called CombA Sub-Process.
CombiS-BP Editor integrates a BPMN 2.0 modeller that enables the creation of CombA Sub-Process. The
The marker associated to CombA Sub-Process graphical definition in
the palette is a set of puzzle pieces symbol, and to CombA Task
(activities involved in the combination), the graphical definition is a
unique puzzle piece symbol. CombA Flow is a solid line that can connect
only CambATask with CombA Sub-Process. The declarative
 L. Parody, M. T. Gómez-López, and R. M. Gasca, “Extending BPMN 2.0 for Modelling the Combination of Activities that Involve Data Constraints” in BPMN 2012 Workshop. Vienna, Austria. 12-14 September 2012, pp. 68–82. ISBN 978-3-642-33154-1.
 L. Parody, M. T. Gómez-López, R. M. Gasca and A. J. Varela Vaca, “CombiS-BP Editor: Combining Declarative and Imperative Languages in BP Modelling” in RCIS 2013. Paris, France. 29-31 May 2013, pp. 663-664. ISBN: 978-1-4673-2914-9.
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