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Business Process Management (BPM)
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What are BPMN symbols and uses?
- Start Event: Represents the starting point of a process.
- End Event: Represents the ending point of a process.
- Task: Represents an activity performed by a person or a system in a process.
- Exclusive Gateway: Represents a decision point in a process, used to route the flow of a process based on a specific condition.
- Parallel Gateway: Represents a split in the process flow, allowing multiple tasks to be performed simultaneously.
- Inclusive Gateway: Represents a decision point in a process, used to route the flow of a process based on multiple conditions.
- Event-based Gateway: Represents a decision point in a process that is triggered by a specific event.
- Message Flow: Represents the flow of a message between two activities in a process.
- Data Object: Represents data involved in a process, including input, output, and intermediate data.
- Pool and Lane: Used to define the participants in a process and their responsibilities.
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