business processes and business rules capturing the operational logic and decisioning logic respectively.
To study this analysis, we first need to understand theory which is the basis of their analysis i.e. BWW. Representational analysis is basically comparing constructs of representation theory with the constructs of the modeling grammar. The two evaluation criteria used are ontological completeness which determines the extent of lack of constructs in modeling grammar and ontological clarity. Now BWW is the representational theory to represent real world and has been earlier used to benchmark many languages. SRML and SBVR are compared to BWW to benchmark their representational power.
The “big elephant in the room” in the ongoing CEP dialog is that most of the current (CEP) software on the market is not capable of machine learning and statistical analysis of dynamic real-time situations. Software vendors have been promoting and selling business process automation solutions and calling this approach “CEP” when, in fact, nothing is new. There is certainly no “technology leap” in these systems, as sold today.