The object model for the Sim4BPM scenario definition schema.
Activity parameters describe how work is processed at a given activity.
Specifies a type of work based on a function or skill set and/or a set of attributes of the work.
The context describes some general conditions under which the business process scenario being modeled will occur.
Events represent the injection of work items ("tokens") into the process.
Each unit of work has a set of attributes. These are quantified by the values of a set of data fields.
Resources represent the actual instances of the performers of work in the process.
Describes the roles and resources used to process the work in a business process.
Roles correspond to participant classes defined in a process model.
A Scenario includes meta data plus all of the scenario parameter collections.
Used to control the simulator's (pseudo) random number generator.
Resource availability is specified by a set of shift segments.
Simulation will be a primary consumer of scenario data. These are parameters that may be specific to simulation applications.
Specifies that type of work the resource is assigned to work on.
Some simulation packages support animation. If animation is supported and can be toggled on or off, this option allows one to specify whether to animate the running simulation.
The unit of measure for expressions involving time.
Describes how resources are acquired when needed to perform an activity in the process model.
Describes how resources are scheduled by the roles to which they are assigned.
The seed is used to control the simulator's (pseudo) random number generator.