Enterprise, Business-Process and Information Systems Modeling: 11th International Workshop, BPMDS 2010, and 15th International Conference, EMMSAD 2010, held at CAiSE 2010, Hammamet, Tunisia, June 7-8, 2010, Proceedings / Edition 1

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This book contains the proceedings of two well established scientific events held in connection with the CAiSE conferences relating to the areas of enterprise, business-processes, and information systems modeling: – The 11th International Workshop on Business Process Modeling, Devel- ment and Support (BPMDS 2010); – The 15th International Conference on Exploring Modeling Methods for S- tems Analysis and Design (EMMSAD 2010). The two events are introduced briefly below. BPMDS 2010 BPMDS 2010wasthe 11th in a seriesof workshopsthat havesuccessfully served as a forum for raising and discussing new ideas in the area of business process development and support. The BPMDS series has produced 10 workshops from 1998 to 2009. Eight of these workshops, including the last seven (BPMDS 2003–BPMDS 2009) were held in conjunction with CAiSE conferences. The BPMDS workshops focus on topics relating to IT support for business processes, which addresses key issues that are relevant to the continuous development of information systems theory. The continued interest in these topics within the industrial and academic IS communities is reffected by the success of the last BPMDS workshops and the emergence of new conferences devoted to this theme. Previous BPMDS workshops focused on the difierent phases in the business processlife-cycleaswellasthedriversthatmotivateandinitiatebusinessprocess design and evolution.

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Table of Contents

BPMDS 2010

State-Oriented Perspective

In Search of the Holy Grail: Integrating Social Software with BPM Experience Report Erik Perjons Perjons, Erik 1

Mirror, Mirror on the Wall, Can I Count on You At All? Exploring Data Inaccuracy in Business Processes Pnina Soffer Soffer, Pnina 14

Service Provision as a Perspective

Ontology Driven Government Services Inventory and Business Process Management A. Nusret Guclu Guclu, A. Nusret 26

A Service-Oriented View on Business Processes and Supporting Applications Marcus Trapp Trapp, Marcus 39

Perspectives for Moving Business Processes into the Cloud Rainer Schmidt Schmidt, Rainer 49

Knowledge Sharing and Collaboration as Perspectives

Viewpoints Reconciliation in Services Design: A Model-Driven Approach for Highly Collaborative Environments Lucie Braye Braye, Lucie 62

Towards Extending BPMN with the Knowledge Dimension Marite Kirikova Kirikova, Marite 69

Perspectives for Integrating Knowledge and Business Processes through Collaboration I.T. Hawryszkiewycz Hawryszkiewycz, I. T. 82

'Fine-Tuning' as a Perspective: Scheduling, Configuration and Efficiency

Workflow Time Patterns for Process-Aware Information Systems Manfred Reichert Reichert, Manfred 94

On the Suitability of Aggregated and Configurable Business Process Models Jan Mendling Mendling, Jan 108

Identifying Drivers of Inefficiency in Business Processes: A DEA and Data Mining Perspective Jurgen Moormann Moormann, Jurgen 120

Integrating Multiple Perspectives

An Enterprise Architecture Framework for Integrating the Multiple Perspectives of Business Processes Michael Soanes Soanes, Michael 133

An Interperspective-Oriented Business Process Modeling Approach Roger Atsa Etoundi Etoundi, Roger Atsa 145

EMMSAD 2010

An Indexing Structure for Maintaining Configurable Process Models Sami Bhiri Bhiri, Sami 157

A Meta-language for EA Information Modeling - State-of-the-Art and Requirements Elicitation Christian M. Schweda Schweda, Christian M. 169

Playing ArchiMate Models Erik Proper Proper, Erik 182

Supporting Layered Architecture Specifications: A Domain Modeling Approach Arnon Sturm Sturm, Arnon 195

A Model Based Framework Supporting ITIL Service IT Management Henda Ben Ghezala Ghezala, Henda Ben 208

A Structured Evaluation to Assess the Reusability of Models of User Profiles John Krogstie Krogstie, John 220

Distribution of Effort among Software Development Artefacts: An Initial Case Study Miroslaw Staron Staron, Miroslaw 234

FORML 2 Jan Pieter Wijbenga Wijbenga, Jan Pieter 247

Specifying Structural Properties and Their Constraints Formally, Visually and Modularly Using VCL Qin Ma Qin, Ma 261

Configuring the Variability of Business Process Models Using Non-Functional Requirements Oscar Pastor Pastor, Oscar 274

A Business Process Metadata Model for a Process Model Repository Paul Johannesson Johannesson, Paul 287

Exploring Intuitive Modelling Behaviour Stijn Hoppenbrouwers Hoppenbrouwers, Stijn 301

Co-evolution of (Information) System Models Bernhard Thalheim Thalheim, Bernhard 314

Process Line Configuration: An Indicator-Based Guidance of the Intentional Model MAP Elena Kornyshova Kornyshova, Elena 327

Author Index 341

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