the CWO concepts are used as metadata to annotate process semantics.
Therefore, we use domain ontologies to annotate the models contents and thesaurus as a type of ontology for annotating the used terms to help the cooperating actors for expliciting the meaning of the models.
* The relations: 'member_of, 'subClass_of and 'instance_of are used to annotate relationships between roles or actors defined in a model and concepts defined in domain ontology.
To enable a same understanding for these activities, we should annotate them by the same concept of the activity SCOR ontology, for instance, 'phase_of Wf-Activity: Schedule Product Deliveries'.
'Same_as', "kind_of, and 'phase_of, are used to annotate the activities with domain ontology.
Models profiles concepts are used to annotate intentional usage of process models.
To annotate the models information, we refer to a common informational ontology, which include the concept 'Wf-Artifact' and the concepts 'Wf-Input' and 'Wf-Output'.
To annotate the activities with a common informational ontology, we use the relationship 'related Wf-Artifact'.
To annotate the functional aspect, we refer to a common functional ontology, which is derived from a common functional meta-model (figure 7).
To annotate the dynamic aspect of process models, we refer to both common behavioural ontologies, which are derived from common behavioural meta-models and presented above.
To annotate the organizational aspect of models, we refer to a common organizational ontology, which is derived from common organizational meta-model (figure 10) using the relationship 'related_Wf-OrganizationalUnit'.