The DCR Highlighter supports translations between natural language descriptions and declarative process models. The resulting models are given in DCR Process Models. Traceability is at the core of the tool. Later changes in the process model due to, e.g., ambiguity resolution are traced back into the text. This allows users to either correct and complete their descriptions, or to derive models more refined than the text.
Documentation and Installation
You can download the documentation regarding the Highlighter tool, including installation instructions and its usage, from the online documentation
Some examples of the use of the DCR Highlighter are collected here. They include the process descriptions and their models in DCR Process Models:
- Hospital Process.
Description originally extracted from Process Description | DCR Process Model
- Insurance Process.
Description originally extracted from Process Description | DCR Process Model.
- Computer Repair Process: Process Description | DCR Process Model
- Danish Consolidation Act on Social Services (excerpts).
Process Description | DCR Process Model.
- Order Management (simplified)’: Process Description | DCR Process Model
The text and the highlights are stored inside the DCR XML
Introduction to Highlighter
The Highlighter was presented at the BPM 2018 conference in Sydney, Australia as found in this video.