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The beneﬁts of process specialisation and decomposition are essentially in four areas. Firstly, these reduce the work of developing a new process. By identifying an appropriate position in a class hierarchy for a new process, fundamental features of that process can be automatically inherited from existing processes which are at a higher level of the hierarchy. Secondly, they can decrease the work for maintenance: any error only needs to be corrected once at the highest level and all of the more specialised processes are corrected.
One can view a process from diﬀerent perspectives that include diﬀerent things. Objectives or drivers may be part of one perspective but not another: if included, they could be seen as instructions.  The descriptions of a process given above are applicable for processes in many process models including the one described in this book. A process is, therefore, an event which may include many activities where each activity may also be itself a process that is decomposable – this is the decomposability property.
Each subclass may also have its own subclasses. A subclass is indicated by an outgoing arrow from itself to the corresponding superclass. This relationship between the subclass and the superclass is a specialisation relationship. For instance, in PIF, decision (making) is a special type of activity, and before describes a particular kind of (temporal) relation. The beneﬁts of allocating all modelling concepts in a PIF class hierarchy with the property of inheritance is similar to that of the Process Handbook Project.
Automating Business Modelling: A Guide to Using Logic to Represent Informal Methods and Support Reasoning (Advanced Information and Knowledge Processing) by Yun-Heh Chen-Burger, Dave Robertson