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Business Process Management: 8th International Conference, BPM 2010, Hoboken, NJ, USA, September 13-16, 2010, Proceedings

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This book constitutes the refereed proceedings of the 8th International Conference on Business Process Management, BPM 2010, held in Hoboken, NJ, USA, in September 2010. The volume contains 21 revised full research papers carefully reviewed and selected from 151 submissions, as well as 3 invited talks. The papers deal with issues in the area of business process management and process-aware information systems and are organized in topical sections on BPM in practice, correctness, design, distributed processes, ...

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Overview

This book constitutes the refereed proceedings of the 8th International Conference on Business Process Management, BPM 2010, held in Hoboken, NJ, USA, in September 2010. The volume contains 21 revised full research papers carefully reviewed and selected from 151 submissions, as well as 3 invited talks. The papers deal with issues in the area of business process management and process-aware information systems and are organized in topical sections on BPM in practice, correctness, design, distributed processes, mining, and semantics.

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Invited Talks

The Next Decade of BPM Phil Gilbert 1

BPM in Cloud Architectures: Business Process Management with SLAs and Events Vinod Muthusamy Hans-Arno Jacobsen 5

Warning: Don't Assume Your Business Processes Use Master Data Clay Richardson 11

BPM in Practice

IT Requirements of Business Process Management in Practice - An Empirical Study Susanne Patig Vanessa Casanova-Brito Barbara Vögeli 13

How Novices Model Business Processes Jan Recker Niz Safrudin Michael Rosemann 29

BPM in Practice: Who Is Doing What? Hajo A. Reijers Sander van Wijk Bela Mutschler Maarten Leurs 45

Correctness

How to Implement a Theory of Correctness in the Area of Business Processes and Services Niels Lohmann Karsten Wolf 61

Deciding Behaviour Compatibility of Complex Correspondences between Process Models Matthias Weidlich Remco Dijkman Mathias Weske 78

Correctness Ensuring Process Configuration: An Approach Based on Partner Synthesis Wil van der Aalst Niels Lohmann Marcello La Rosa Jingxin Xu 95

Design

Impact of Granularity on Adjustment Behavior in Adaptive Reuse of Business Process Models Oliver Holschke 112

Machine-Assisted Design of Business Process Models Using Descriptor Space Analysis Maya Lincoln Mati Golani Avigdor Gal 128

From Informal Process Diagrams to Formal Process Models Debdoot Mukherjee Pankaj Dhoolia Saurabh Sinha Aubrey J. Rembert Mangala Gowri Nanda 145

Distributed Processes

Value-Oriented Coordination Process Modeling Hassan Fatemi Marten van Sinderen Roel Wieringa 162

Coordination for Fragmented Loops and Scopes in a Distributed Business Process Rania Khalaf Frank Leymann 178

PAPEL: A Language and Model for Provenance-Aware Policy Definition and Execution Christoph Ringelstein Steffen Staab 195

Mining

A Fresh Look at Precision in Process Conformance Jorge Muñoz-Gama Josep Carmona 211

Trace Alignment in Process Mining: Opportunities for Process Diagnostics R.P. Jagadeesh Chandra Bose Wil M.P. van der Aalst 227

Content-Aware Resolution Sequence Mining for Ticket Routing Peng Sun Shu Tao Xifeng Yan Nikos Anerousis Yi Chen 243

Semantics

Symbolic Execution of Acyclic Workflow Graphs Cédric Favre Hagen Völzer 260

Structuring Acyclic Process Models Artem Polyvyanyy Luciano García-Bañuelos Marlon Dumas 276

A New Semantics for the Inclusive Converging Gateway in Safe Processes Hagen Völzer 294

Processes and People

From People to Services to UI: Distributed Orchestration of User Interfaces Florian Daniel Stefano Soi Stefano Tranquillini Fabio Casati Chang Heng Li Yan 310

Self-adjusting Recommendations for People-Driven Ad-Hoc Processes Christoph Dorn Thomas Burkhart Dirk Werth Schahram Dustdar 327

A Collaborative Approach to Maturing Process-Related Knowledge Hans Friedrich Witschel Bo Hu Uwe V. Riss Barbara Thönssen Roman Brun Andreas Martin Knut Hinkelmann 343

Author Index 359

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