BIS '99: Proceedings of the 3rd International Conference on Business Informaiton Systems, Poznan, Poland, April 14-16, 1999

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This volume contains papers presented during the science trace at the 3rd International Conference of Business Information Systems, BIS 9, held in Poznan, Poland, 14-16 April 1999, 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 Decision Support, Workflow Management, Data Warehousing, Business Process Re-engineering. The ...
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Overview

This volume contains papers presented during the science trace at the 3rd International Conference of Business Information Systems, BIS 9, held in Poznan, Poland, 14-16 April 1999, 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 Decision Support, Workflow Management, Data Warehousing, Business Process Re-engineering. The authors are well-known, and include Klaus R. Dittrich, Johann Eder, Gary Klein, Peter C. Lockemann, Heinrich C. Mayr, August-Wilhelm Scheer and Robert Winter.
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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9781852331672
  • Publisher: Springer-Verlag New York, LLC
  • Publication date: 4/28/1999
  • Pages: 296
  • Product dimensions: 6.14 (w) x 9.21 (h) x 0.66 (d)

Table of Contents

Inauguration session: Gary Klein: Building a Case for Consonance.- Robert Myers, James Aronson, Robert B. Wharton: The Impact of Time Pressure on Idea Generation.- Benjamin Martz: A Discussion on Process Losses in GSS: Suggested Ground Rules for the Electronic Environment.- Morgan M. Shepherd: Suggestions for Improving the Diffusion of GroupSystems in Organizations.- James Suleiman, Roberto Evaristo, Gigi G. Kelly: Facilitating and Coordinating Distributed Joint Applications Development.- Knowledge Management: Peter C. Lockemann: Information Systems in Customer-Oriented, Dynamic Environments: The Marketplace as a Metaphor.- August-Wilhelm Scheer, Ursula Markus: Knowledge Management: Life Cycle and Implementation Techniques.- Henry Linger: Utilising Knowledge Resources: An Activity Perspective of Knowledge Management.- Jacek Unold: The Strategic Role of Marketing Information Systems in Modern Business.- Workflow Management Issues: Johann Eder, Euthimios Panagos, Heinz Pozewaunig, Michael Rabinovich: Time Management in Workflow Systems.- Wasim Sadiq, Maria E. Orlowska: On Capturing Process Requirements of Workflow Based Business Information Systems.- Data Warehousing: Robert Winter: Data Warehousing Beyond Tools and Data: Justification, Organization and Structured Development of Data Warehousing Applications.- Jaroslav Pokorny: To the Stars through Dimensions and Facts.- A. Min Tjoa, Josef Schiefer: Sample Data for Mining and Warehousing.- Zdzislaw Hippe: Data Mining and Knowledge Discovery in Business: Past, Present, and Future.- Web Solutions: Joseph E. Urban: Software Engineering on the Web.- From Economical Theory to Management Systems: Wita Wojtkowski, Kenneth Wong: On the Difficulties of Cost/Benefit Analysis: What Management Is Buying when Buying Information Technology Systems.- Business Process Re-engineering: Jerzy Kisielnicki: Re-engineering: Problems with Theory and Practical Application.- Vaclav Repa: Business Processes Based Information Systems Development.- Database for BIS: Klaus R. Dittrich, Ruxandra Domenig: Towards Exploitation of the Data Universe: Database Technology for Comprehensive Query Services.- B. John Oommen, Murali Thiyagarajah: Prototype Validation of the Rectangular Attribute Cardinality Map for Query Optimization in Database Systems.
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