Business Information Systems: 13th International Conference, BIS 2010, Berlin, Germany, May 3-5, 2010, Proceedings / Edition 1

Business Information Systems: 13th International Conference, BIS 2010, Berlin, Germany, May 3-5, 2010, Proceedings / Edition 1

by Witold Abramowicz, Robert Tolksdorf
     
 

ISBN-10: 3642128130

ISBN-13: 9783642128134

Pub. Date: 04/23/2010

Publisher: Springer Berlin Heidelberg

BIS 2010 held on 3–5 May 2010 in Berlin, Germany was the 13th in a series of international conferences on Business Information Systems. The BIS conference series has been recognised by professionals from its very beginning as a forum for the exchange and dissemination of topical research in the development, - plementation, application and improvement of

Overview

BIS 2010 held on 3–5 May 2010 in Berlin, Germany was the 13th in a series of international conferences on Business Information Systems. The BIS conference series has been recognised by professionals from its very beginning as a forum for the exchange and dissemination of topical research in the development, - plementation, application and improvement of computer systems for business processes. The theme ofthe conferencewas“Future InternetBusiness Services.” A n- ber of new initiatives are already underway to address the challenges related to explosive development of Internet applications, hence the conference topics: Searchand KnowledgeSharing,Data and InformationSecurity,Web Experience Modelling. Although many people announced that SOA was dead there is - doubtedly a strong need for service-orientation. This was addressed by a topic: Services and Repositories. More and more effort is put on explaining and und- standing complex processes as could be seen in topics: Business Processes and Rules, Data Mining for Processes, Visualisation in BPM. Finally, the classical business aspects were covered in session: ERP and SCM. Altogether, a set of 25 papers illustrating these trends were selected for the presentation during the main event, grouped in 8 sessions. The Program C- mittee consisted of almost 100 members who carefully evaluated all the subm- ted papers. Each submission was reviewed on the average by 3.1 programme committee members. Only the best quality papers were selected, resulting in an acceptance rate of less than 30%.

Product Details

ISBN-13:
9783642128134
Publisher:
Springer Berlin Heidelberg
Publication date:
04/23/2010
Series:
Lecture Notes in Business Information Processing Series , #47
Edition description:
2010
Pages:
305
Product dimensions:
6.20(w) x 9.20(h) x 0.70(d)

Table of Contents

Session 1 Search and Knowledge Sharing

Faceted Wikipedia Search Rasmus Hahn Christian Bizer Christopher Sahnwaldt Christian Herta Scott Robinson Michaela Bürgle Holger Düwiger Ulrich Scheel 1

A Model of Cross-Functional Coopetition in Software Development Project Teams Shahla Ghobadi Farhad Daneshgar Graham Low 12

Using Probabilistic Topic Models in Enterprise Social Software Konstantinos Christidis Gregoris Mentzas 23

Session 2 Data and Information Security

Using SPARQL and SPIN for Data Quality Management on the Semantic Web Christian Fürber Martin Hepp 35

Quality in Blogs: How to Find the Best User Generated Content Rafael Hellmann Joachim Griesbaum Thomas Mandl 47

Avoiding Inconsistency in User Preferences for Data Quality Aware Queries Naiem Khodabandehloo Yeganeh Shazia Sadiq 59

Session 3 Web Experience Modelling

Textractor: A Framework for Extracting Relevant Domain Concepts from Irregular Corporate Textual Datasets Ashwin Ittoo Laura Maruster Hans Wortmann Gosse Bouma 71

Comparing Intended and Real Usage in Web Portal: Temporal Logic and Data Mining Jérémy Besson Ieva Mitašiunaite Audrone Lupeikiene Jean-François Boulicaut 83

Capturing Eye Tracking Data for Customer Profiling Robert Andrei Buchmann Radu Meza 94

Session 4 Business Processes and Rules

Consistency Checking of Compliance Rules Ahmed Awad Matthias Weidlich Mathias Weske 106

From Economic Drivers to B2B Process Models: A Mapping from REA to UMM Rainer Schuster Thomas Motal Christian Huemer Hannes Werthner 119

Using Surveys to Evaluate a Business Rules Based Development Approach José L. Martínez-Fernández José C. González-Cristóbal Paloma Martínez 132

Session 5 Services and Repositories

Identification of Services through Functional Decomposition of Business Processes Artur Caetano António Rito Silva José Tribolet 144

Requirements for a Business Process Model Repository: A Stakeholders' Perspective Khurram Shahzad Mturi Elias Paul Johannesson 158

Supporting Complex Business Information Systems: A Case Study Focusing on Incidents, Recovery and Evolution Oliver Daute Stefan Conrad 171

Session 6 Data Mining for Processes

On Integrating Data Mining into Business Processes Dennis Wegener Stefan Rüping 183

From Process Execution towards a Business Process Intelligence Carsten Felden Peter Chamoni Markus Linden 195

Auditing Workflow Executions against Dataflow Policies Rafael Accorsi Claus Wonnemann 207

Workflow Data Footprints Nikola Trcka 218

Session 7 Visualisation in BPM

On the Cognitive Effectiveness of Routing Symbols in Process Modeling Languages Kathrin Figl Jan Mendling Mark Strembeck Jan Recker 230

Visualising Business Capabilities in the Context of Business Analysis Christopher Klinkmüller André Ludwig Bogdan Franczyk Rolf Kluge 242

A Model Driven Engineering Approach for Modelling Versions of Business Processes using BPMN Imen Ben Said Mohamed Amine Chaabane Eric Andonoff 254

Session 8 ERP and SCM

Value Propositions in Service Oriented Business Models for ERP: Case Studies Håkan Enquist Gustaf Juell-Skielse 268

Event-Driven Business Intelligence Architecture for Real-Time Process Execution in Supply Chains Markus Linden Sebastian Neuhaus Daniel Kilimann Tanja Bley Peter Chamoni 280

Production Inventory and Enterprise System Implementation: An Ex-ante No-Cost Based Evaluation Salvatore Cannella Elena Ciancimino José David Canca Ortiz Rossitza Setchi 291

Author Index 305

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