Business Information Systems Workshops: BIS 2009 International Workshops, Poznan, Poland, April 27-29, 2009, Revised Papers / Edition 1

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Overview

Over the last few decades, business information systems have been one of the most important factors in the transition toward a knowledge-basedeconomy. At thesametimetheyhavebeensubjectontinuousrapiddevelopmentandin- vation driven both by industry and by academia. During the last 12 years these innovationswerecarefullyobservedbut alsoshapedbyresearchersattending the annual International Conference on Business Information Systems (BIS). Recently, apart from the main conference, workshops covering specific topics in the area of business information systems have been organized. In 2007 and 2008, the BIS conference featured two and three workshops, respectively. Their proceedings were published on-line and outstanding workshop papers were - cluded in two special issues of international journals. This year nine workshops were successfully organized in conjunction with BIS 2009, covering the topics of Deep Web (ADW), applications and economics of knowledge-based techno- gies (AKTB, ECONOM), SOA (SDS-SOA), legalIT (LIT), socialWeb andWeb 2. 0 (SAW, Enterprise X. 0), e-learning (EeLT) and enterprise systems in higher education (ESHE). This volume contains papers that were accepted and p- sented at the BIS 2009 workshops. Additionally it featuresthe BIS 2009 keynote speech by Wil van der Aalst, as well as two invited speeches presented at LIT and ECONOM / Enterprise X. 0 workshops. Workshop papers included in this volume were subject to a thorough review procedure. Each submitted paper received from two up to—ve reviews (a - tal of 208 reviews were received, with an average of 2. 9 reviews per paper) by over 130 members of the Program Committees of the workshops.

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BIS 2009 Keynote Speech.- Using Process Mining to Generate Accurate and Interactive Business Process Maps.- ADW Workshop.- ADW 2009 Chairs’ Message.- Improving Database Retrieval on the Web through Query Relaxation.- Using Semantics to Personalize Access to Data-Intensive Web Sources.- Deep Web Queries in a Semantic Web Environment.- AKTB Workshop.- AKTB Workshop Chairs’ Message.- Identification of Unexpected Behavior of an Automatic Teller Machine Using Principal Component Analysis Models.- Business Process Transformation Grid: An Empirical Model for Strategic Decision Making Towards IT Enabled Transformations.- Research of the Calendar Effects in Sk Returns.- The Issues Concerning the Application of Multiple Evaluation Methods for the Projects in Lithuanian Companies.- Control View Based Elicitation of Functional Requirements.- Market-Driven Software Project through Agility: Requirements Engineering Perspective.- On the Adaptation of Foreign Language Speech Recognition Engines for Lithuanian Speech Recognition.- Analysis of the Share Price Bubbles in the Baltic Countries.- Data Quality Issues and Duel Purpose Lexicon Construction for Mining Emotions.- ECONOM / Enterprise X.0 Workshop.- Enterprise X.0 and ECONOM Workshops Chairs’ Message.- From Research to Business: The Web of Linked Data.- Framework for Value Prediction of Knowledge-Based Applications.- In Quest of ICT Value through Integrated Operations: Assessment of Organisational – Technological Capabilities.- e-Business in the Construction Sector: A Service Oriented Approach.- Business Patterns in Ontology Design.- Towards Models for Judging the Maturity of Enterprises for Semantics.- EeLT Workshop.- EeLT 2009 Workshop Chairs’ Message.- eLearning in the Web 2.0 Era – Lessons from the Development of the Lingro.com Language Learning Environment.- ESHE Workshop.- ESHE 2009 Workshop Chairs’ Message.- Process Methodology in ERP-Related Education: A Case from Swedish Higher Education.- Using FERP Systems to Introduce Web Service-Based ERP Systems in Higher Education.- Applied Business Intelligence in the Making: An Inter-University Case from Swedish Higher Education.- Case Study-Design for Higher Education - A Demonstration in the Data Warehouse Environment.- Off-the-Shelf Applications in Higher Education: A Survey on Systems Deployed in Germany.- LIT Workshop.- LIT 2009 Workshop Chairs’ Message.- The Need to Incorporate Justice into Negotiation Support Systems.- Building-Up a Reference Generic Regulation Ontology: A Bottom-Up Approach.- Legal Aspects of Functioning of the Social Network Sites.- A Support System for the Analysis and the Management of Complex Ruling Documents.- Legal Advisory System for the Agricultural Tax Law.- Identifying the Content Zones of German Court Decisions.- SAW Workshop.- SAW 2009 Workshop Chairs’ Message.- Guideline for Evaluating Social Networks.- Connected Traveller, Social Web and Energy Efficiency in Mobility.- Designing Social Support Online Services for Communities of Family Caregivers.- SDS-SOA Workshop.- SDS-SOA 2009 Workshop Chairs’ Message.- Towards High Integrity UDDI Systems.- QoS-Aware Peer Services Selection Using Ant Colony Optimisation.- Supporting Service Level Agreement Creation with Past Service Behavior Data.

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