BIS 2000: 4th International Conference on Business Information Systems, Pozna?, Poland, 12-13 April 2000

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This volume contains papers presented during the science trace at the 4th International Conference of Business Information Systems, BIS 2000, held in Poznan, Poland, 12-13 April 2000, which discussed the development, implementation, applications and improvement of computer systems for business processes.
The papers deal with practical, industry experiences and validated prototype implementations, and cover areas such as integration of information systems, electronic transactions...

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Overview

This volume contains papers presented during the science trace at the 4th International Conference of Business Information Systems, BIS 2000, held in Poznan, Poland, 12-13 April 2000, which discussed the development, implementation, applications and improvement of computer systems for business processes.
The papers deal with practical, industry experiences and validated prototype implementations, and cover areas such as integration of information systems, electronic transactions and banking, virtual organisations, network technologies, business information systems modelling and analysis.

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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9781852332822
  • Publisher: Springer London
  • Publication date: 3/24/2000
  • Edition description: Softcover reprint of the original 1st ed. 2000
  • Edition number: 1
  • Pages: 306
  • Product dimensions: 6.14 (w) x 9.21 (h) x 0.68 (d)

Table of Contents

Workflow: On Capturing Exceptions in Workflow Process Models - Shazia W. Sadiq, Maria E. Orlowska. Workflow Migration Supporting Virtual Enterprises - Andrzej Cichocki, Dimitrios Georgakopoulos, Marek Rusinkiewicz. Clinical Workflows - The Killer Application for Process-oriented Information Systems? - Peter Dadam, Manfred Reichert, Klaus Kuhn.- Knowledge in BIS I: Reinventing the Firm: Organisational Implications of Knowledge Management - Henry Linger. Integration and Mediation of Information Sources in an Open Market Environment - Michael Christoffel, Sebastian Pulkowski, Peter C. Lockemann. Architectures for Querying Contents of Web Servers - Jarogniew Rykowski.- Knowledge in BIS II: Empirical Research in Information Systems - George J. Bakehouse. Integrating Intelligent Software Agents into Collaborative Environments to Support Organizational Learning - Marcelo Milrad, Kristian Folkman. Software Requirements on the Web - Sheikh I. Ahamed, Saqib Ali, David G. Bingham, Anshul Dawra, Loan T. Ha,Trung M. Luong, Donna M. Martinez, Jennifer Morris, Srihari A. Palangala, Joseph E. Urban.- BIS Architectures: Global Object Identification in the Donaj Multidatabase Environment - Juan C. Lavariega, Susan D. Urban. A Light Middleware For Client-Cluster Solutions - A. Zabrodin. Supporting Users Interaction and Work Coordination in Collaborative Business Information Systems - Waldemar Wieczerzycki.- Intelligent Tools for BIS: Intelligent Information Extraction - Jakub Piskorski, Wojciech Skut E-Commerce: Deploying the E-Commerce Application System in Wholesale Commerce - Sergiusz Strykowski, Wojciech Cellary. Privacy and Profiling in Electronic Commerce - Malgorzata Pankowska. Dynamic Web Systems Based on XML and Database Technologies - Wojciech Wiza, Krzysztof Walczak.- E-Banking: Virtual Communities in Banking: An Empirical Study - Dimitris Kardaras, Bill Karakostas. Business to Customers E-Commerce Implications in Banking in the UK and Greece - Dimitris Kardaras, Eleftherios Papathanasiou. Development of E-Banking in Poland - Critical Analysis - Maciej Machowiak, Marcin Paprzycki.- Process Approach: Concurrent Approach to Systems Analysis, Modelling and Design - Bernard F. Kubiak, Edward Szczerbicki, Antoni Korowicki Checking Correctness of Business Processes Specification in Action Logic - Stanislaw Kedzierski.- Author Index.

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