Enterprise, Business-Process and Information Systems Modeling [electronic resource] : 11th International Workshop, BPMDS 2010, and 15th International Conference, EMMSAD 2010, held at CAiSE 2010, Hammamet, Tunisia, June 7-8, 2010. Proceedings / edited by Ilia Bider, Terry Halpin, John Krogstie, Selmin Nurcan, Erik Proper, Rainer Schmidt, Roland Ukor.
Contributor(s): Bider, Ilia [editor.] | Halpin, Terry [editor.] | Krogstie, John [editor.] | Nurcan, Selmin [editor.] | Proper, Erik [editor.] | Schmidt, Rainer [editor.] | Ukor, Roland [editor.] | SpringerLink (Online service).Material type: BookSeries: Lecture Notes in Business Information Processing: 50Publisher: Berlin, Heidelberg : Springer Berlin Heidelberg, 2010Description: XV, 341 p. 129 illus. online resource.Content type: text Media type: computer Carrier type: online resourceISBN: 9783642130519.Subject(s): Business | Information technology | Business -- Data processing | Business mathematics | Software engineering | Application software | Computer engineering | Business and Management | Business Mathematics | Software Engineering/Programming and Operating Systems | Computer Engineering | IT in Business | Computer Appl. in Administrative Data Processing | Information Systems Applications (incl. Internet)Additional physical formats: Printed edition:: No titleDDC classification: 330.0151 Online resources: Click here to access online
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BPMDS 2010 -- In Search of the Holy Grail: Integrating Social Software with BPM Experience Report -- Mirror, Mirror on the Wall, Can I Count on You at All? Exploring Data Inaccuracy in Business Processes -- Ontology Driven Government Services Inventory and Business Process Management -- A Service-Oriented View on Business Processes and Supporting Applications -- Perspectives for Moving Business Processes into the Cloud -- Viewpoints Reconciliation in Services Design: A Model-Driven Approach for Highly Collaborative Environments -- Towards Extending BPMN with the Knowledge Dimension -- Perspectives for Integrating Knowledge and Business Processes through Collaboration -- Workflow Time Patterns for Process-Aware Information Systems -- On the Suitability of Aggregated and Configurable Business Process Models -- Identifying Drivers of Inefficiency in Business Processes: A DEA and Data Mining Perspective -- An Enterprise Architecture Framework for Integrating the Multiple Perspectives of Business Processes -- An Interperspective-Oriented Business Process Modeling Approach -- EMMSAD 2010 -- An Indexing Structure for Maintaining Configurable Process Models -- A Meta-language for EA Information Modeling – State-of-the-Art and Requirements Elicitation -- Playing ArchiMate Models -- Supporting Layered Architecture Specifications: A Domain Modeling Approach -- A Model Based Framework Supporting ITIL Service IT Management -- A Structured Evaluation to Assess the Reusability of Models of User Profiles -- Distribution of Effort among Software Development Artefacts: An Initial Case Study -- FORML 2 -- Specifying Structural Properties and Their Constraints Formally, Visually and Modularly Using VCL -- Configuring the Variability of Business Process Models Using Non-Functional Requirements -- A Business Process Metadata Model for a Process Model Repository -- Exploring Intuitive Modelling Behaviour -- Co-evolution of (Information) System Models -- Process Line Configuration: An Indicator-Based Guidance of the Intentional Model MAP.
This book contains the proceedings of two well established scienti?c events held in connection with the CAiSE conferences relating to the areas of enterprise, business-processes, and information systems modeling: – The 11th International Workshop on Business Process Modeling, Devel- ment and Support (BPMDS 2010); – The 15th International Conference on Exploring Modeling Methods for S- tems Analysis and Design (EMMSAD 2010). The two events are introduced brie?y below. BPMDS 2010 BPMDS 2010wasthe 11th in a seriesof workshopsthat havesuccessfully served as a forum for raising and discussing new ideas in the area of business process development and support. The BPMDS series has produced 10 workshops from 1998 to 2009. Eight of these workshops, including the last seven (BPMDS 2003–BPMDS 2009) were held in conjunction with CAiSE conferences. The BPMDS workshops focus on topics relating to IT support for business processes, which addresses key issues that are relevant to the continuous development of information systems theory. The continued interest in these topics within the industrial and academic IS communities is re?ected by the success of the last BPMDS workshops and the emergence of new conferences devoted to this theme. Previous BPMDS workshops focused on the di?erent phases in the business processlife-cycleaswellasthedriversthatmotivateandinitiatebusinessprocess design and evolution.