Business Information Systems Workshops: BIS 2010 International Workshop, Berlin, Germany, May 3-5, 2010, Revised Papers / Edition 1

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Overview

Business information systems is a rapidly developing domain. There are many topicsthatdeserveattentionbuthavenotyetfoundaplaceincanonicalresearch. Workshops give researchers the possibility to share preliminary ideas,—rst - perimental results, or to discuss research hypotheses. Discussions held during presentations strengthen the paper and prepare it for publication. From our - perience, workshops are a perfect instrument with which to create a community aroundvery specific researchtopics, thus offering the opportunity to promote it. Topics that do not—nd critical feedback at the main International Conference on Business Information Systems (BIS) may experience fruitful discussion when confronted with a well-focused audience. Over the last few decades, business informationsystems have been one of the most important factors of the transition toward a knowledge-based economy. At the same time they have been subject to continuous rapid development and innovation driven both by industry and by academia. For the last 12 years these innovations were carefully observed but also shaped by researchers attending BIS yearly.

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AKTB Workshop

AKTB 2010 Workshop Chairs' Message Virgilijus Sakalauskas Dalia Kriksciuniene 1

Case-Based System for Innovation Management in Electric Power Enterprises Tania C.D. Bueno César R.K. Stradiotto Sonali P.M. Bedin Vinícius O. Mirapalheta Hugo C. Hoeschl Thiago P.S. de Oliveira Luiz A.P. Athayde Filho Pedro A.S. de Carvalho Júnior 3

Credit Risk Evaluation Using SVM-Based Classifier Paulius Danenas Gintautas Garsva 7

Logistic Analysis of Price Bubble and Current Situation in USA Real Estate Stasys Girdzijauskas Marius Dubnikovas 13

Using Multi-criteria Decision Making to Choose Process Representation Format for a Process Repository Mturi Elias Khurram Shahzad 19

On Valuing Advanced Technologies in Greenfield Projects Vilde Hushovd Godø Darijus Strasunskas Asgeir Tomasgard 25

Self-adapting Intelligent Business Processes Execution Analysis Dalia Kriksciuniene Sandra Strigunaite 29

MDA Compatible Knowledge Based IS Development Process Audrius Lopata Martas Ambraziunas 33

Incomplete Information within Relative Pairwise Comparisons as Utilized by the AHP Edward W.N. Bernroider Konradin Maier Volker Stix 39

Short Term Trading Strategy Based on Chart Pattern Recognition and Trend Trading in Nasdaq Biotechnology Stock Market Saulius Masteika 51

A Model of Employee Selection for SME Based on Innovation Transfer Justyna Patalas-Maliszewska Irene Krebs 57

Mining Decision Activity Logs Razvan Petrusel Daniel Mican 67

Applications of Voice Based Informative Public Services: Lithuanian Case Vytautas Rudzionis Rytis Maskeliunas Ramunas Šablinskas Algimantas Rudzionis 80

Structure and Levers for Computational Evaluation of Customer Captial Virgilijus Sakalauskas Dalia Kriksciuniene 90

Data Mining for Small Organizations Aukse Stravinskiene Saulius Gudas 102

BITA Workshop

BITA 2010 Workshop Chairs' Message Ulf Seigerroth Kurt Sandkuhl 106

Design Thinking: Towards a Unified View of Organizational and Technological Realms Dimitris Bibikas Eleni Kargioti 107

Interaction between Heterogeneous Autonomous Systems: Principles and Practice Mats-Ake Hugoson Ulf Larsson Vladimir Tarasov 119

Business/IT Alignment: The Executive Perspective: New-Generation EIS Architecture as a Case Example Jörg H. Mayer Bernhard Krönke 131

Enterprise Architecture Design Principles and Business-Driven IT Management Mats-Åke Hugoson Thanos Magoulas Kalevi Pessi 144

ILOG Workshop

ILOG 2010 Workshop Chairs' Message Wolfgang Deiters Anita Mirijamdotter Kurt Sandkuhl 156

Ubiquitous Microblogging: A Flow-Based Front-End for Information Logistics Martin Böhringer Martin Gaedke 158

Information Reuse and Interoperability with Ontology Patterns and Linked Data: First Experiences from the ExpertFinder Project Karl Hammar Feiyu Lin Vladimir Tarasov 168

MAPPER Collaboration Platform for Knowledge-Intensive Engineering Processes Havard Jorgensen Svein G. Johnsen Adam Pawlak Kurt Sandkuhl Till Schümmer Peter Tandler 180

Using Context to Improve Information Supply in the Medical Sector Oliver Koch Elisei Rotaru 192

Validation and Use of Information Demand Patterns in Higher Education Kurt Sandkuhl 204

Context-Based Information and Knowledge Logistics for Self-organisation of Web-Services in Smart Environments Alexander Smirnov Tatiana Levashova Nikolay Shilov 214

Use Cases for Business Metadata - A Viewpoint-Based Approach to Structuring and Prioritizing Business Needs Daniel Stock Felix Wortmann Jörg H. Mayer 226

LIT Workshop

LIT 2010 Workshop Chairs' Message Piotr Stolarski Tadeusz Tomaszewski John Zeleznikow 238

An Overview of the Legal Knowledge Interchange Format Thomas F. Gordon 240

How Information Technology Can Support Family Law and Mediation Emilia Bellucci Deborah MacFarlane John Zeleznikow 243

Traceability of the Implementation of Legal Rules in Public Administration Alexander Boer Tom van Engers Radboud Winkels 256

Legal Ontology Construction Using ATOB Algorithm Vi-sit Boonchom Nuanwan Soonthornphisaj 268

Semantic Interoperability among Thesauri: A Challenge in the Multicultural Legal Domain Enrico Francesconi Ginevra Peruginelli 280

A Framework for Graph-Based Parsing of German Private Law Decisions Florian Kuhn 292

Mediated Signatures - Towards Undeniability of Digital Data in Technical and Legal Framework Przemystaw Kubiak Mirostaw Kutytowski Anna Lauks-Dutka Michat Tabor 298

Ontojuris Project: A Multilingual Legal Document Search System Based on a Graphical Ontology Editor Tania C.D. Bueno Hugo C. Hoeschl César K. Stradiotto 310

Author Index 323

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