Enterprise, Business-Process and Information Systems Modeling: 10th International Workshop, BPMDS 2009, and 14th International Conference, EMMSAD 2009, held at CAiSE 2009, Amsterdam, The Netherlands, June 8-9, 2009, Proceedings / Edition 1

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This book contain the proceedings of two long-running workshops held in c- nection to the CAiSE conferences relating to the areas of enterprise, busine- process, and information systems modeling th – The 10 International Workshop on Business Process Modeling, Devel- ment and Support (BPMDS 2009) th – The 14 International Conference on Exploring Modeling Methods for S- tems Analysis and Design (EMMSAD 2009) BPMDS 2009 BPMDS2009wasthetenthinaseriesofworkshopsthathavesuccessfullyserved as a forum for raising and discussing new ideas in the area of business process development and support. The topics addressed by the BPMDS workshops are focused on IT support forbusinessprocesses.Thisisoneofthekeystonesofinformationsystemstheory. Westronglybelievethatanymajorconferenceintheareaofinformationsystems needs to addresssuchtopics independently ofthe currentfashion.The continued interest in these topics on behalf of the IS community is reffected by the success of the last BPMDS workshops and the recent emergence of new conferences devoted to the theme. During the previous BPMDS workshops, various issues were discussed that could be related to difierent but isolated phases in the life cycle of a business process.Inthepreviouseditionwearrivedto afocus ontheinteractionsbetween several phases of the business process life cycle.

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BPMDS 2009.- Towards a BPM Success Model: An Analysis in South African Financial Services Organisations.- A Conceptual Framework for Business Process Redesign.- Supporting Change in Business Process Models Using Pattern-Based Constraints.- Eliciting Goals for Business Process Models with Non-Functional Requirements Catalogues.- A Business Process-IT Alignment Method for Business Intelligence.- Analysis and Validation of Control-Flow Complexity Measures with BPMN Process Models.- Vertical Alignment of Process Models – How Can We Get There?.- Ontology-Based Description and Discovery of Business Processes.- A Method for Service Identification from Business Process Models in a SOA Approach.- IT Capability-Based Business Process Design through Service-Oriented Requirements Engineering.- Minimising Lifecycle Transitions in Service-Oriented Business Processes.- Discovering Business Rules through Process Mining.- Anomaly Detection Using Process Mining.- Pattern Mining in System Logs: Opportunities for Process Improvement.- Regulatory Compliance in Information Systems Research – Literature Analysis and Research Agenda.- Actor-Driven Approach for Business Process. How to Take into Account the Work Environment?.- Towards Object-Aware Process Management Systems: Issues, Challenges, Benefits.- EMMSAD 2009.- Supporting Ontology-Based Semantic Annotation of Business Processes with Automated Suggestions.- On the Importance of Truly Ontological Distinctions for Ontology Representation Languages: An Industrial Case Study in the Domain of Oil and Gas.- UML Models Engineering from Static and Dynamic Aspects of Formal Specifications.- MDA-Based Reverse Engineering of Object Oriented Code.- Integrated Quality of Models and Quality of Maps.- Masev (Multiagent System Software Engineering Evaluation Framework).- Transactions in ORM.- The Orchestration of Fact-Orientation and SBVR.- Goal-Directed Modeling of Self-adaptive Software Architecture.- A Goal Modeling Framework for Self-contextualizable Software.- Security and Consistency of IT and Business Models at Credit Suisse Realized by Graph Constraints, Transformation and Integration Using Algebraic Graph Theory.- Declarative versus Imperative Process Modeling Languages: The Issue of Understandability.- The Architecture of the ArchiMate Language.- Enterprise Meta Modeling Methods – Combining a Stakeholder-Oriented and a Causality-Based Approach.- Organizational Patterns for B2B Environments –Validation and Comparison.- Anti-patterns as a Means of Focusing on Critical Quality Aspects in Enterprise Modeling.

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