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2013 | 2 | 2 | 87-99
Article title

CRIMINAL PROCEDURE MANAGEMENT BASED ON BPM SIMULATION

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The Polish criminal procedure is strictly based on the Polish Constitution and complex legislation. It involves many steps, phases and stages and creates very complex processes that are composed of multiple sub-processes and activities. Nowadays, the participants of the Polish criminal procedure are provided with modern IT limitedly. Increase the effectiveness of criminal justice is possible via changes in both organizational and procedural way, as well as through the IT technologies supporting the processing of information at any stage of a criminal proceeding. We propose two-way analysis of the criminal procedure: modelling and simulation of the process similarly to Business Processes Modelling (BPM), which forms the basis for measuring and assessing an effectiveness, and optimization based on hybrid models and methods: GAN/GERT with queuing theory and optimization. The practical result of this work is the workflow system extended with the business process simulator.
Year
Volume
2
Issue
2
Pages
87-99
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published
2013
Contributors
  • Military University of Technology (WAT), Cybernetics Faculty
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  • Military University of Technology (WAT), Cybernetics Faculty
  • Military University of Technology (WAT), Cybernetics Faculty
  • Military University of Technology (WAT), Cybernetics Faculty
  • Military University of Technology (WAT), Cybernetics Faculty
  • Military University of Technology (WAT), Cybernetics Faculty
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Publication order reference
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ISSN
2084-5537
YADDA identifier
bwmeta1.element.desklight-f6ceb9e6-d8e5-4d37-9c87-105c7d12e3d3
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