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- Springer Berlin Heidelberg
BIS 2009 held in Pozna? was the 12th in a series of international conferences on Business Information Systems. The BIS conference series has been recognized by professionals from its very beginning as a forum for the exchange and d- semination of topical research in the development, implementation, application and improvement of computer systems for business processes. The theme of the conference was “Information Systems for Agile Organi- tions.” The material collected in this volume covers recent tendencies in making organizations more responsive to external conditions. On the one hand, onto- gies are adopted as a tool for better data and information management. On the other hand,exible information systems based on process orientation are being developed. A set of 22 papers illustrating these trends were selected for presentation during the main event. The articles are grouped into the following conference topics: Ontologies in Organizations,Ontologies and Security, Process Modelling, Process Analysis and Mining, Service-Oriented Architecture, Web Search,SocialIssues,andERP. The Program Committee consisted of over 90 members, who carefully ev- uated all the submitted papers. The careful review process assured that each paper underwent thorough evaluation and received many valuable comments. Only the best-quality papers were selected, resulting in an acceptance rate of less than 30%. The regular program was complemented by outstanding keynote speakers. We were honored to host leading experts in business process management and information management: Wil van der Aalst (Eindhoven University of Techn- ogy, The Netherlands) and Asunción Gómez-Pérez (Universidad Politécnica de Madrid, Spain).
|Publisher:||Springer Berlin Heidelberg|
|Series:||Lecture Notes in Business Information Processing Series , #21|
|Product dimensions:||6.10(w) x 9.40(h) x 0.70(d)|
Table of Contents
Ontologies in Organizations.- Organisational Ontology Framework for Semantic Business Process Management.- A Process Oriented Assessment of the IT Infrastructure Value: A Proposal of an Ontology Based Approach.- A Semantic Clinical Knowledge Representation Framework for Effective Health Care Risk Management.- Ontologies and Security.- Ontology-Based Tools for Automating Integration and Validation of Firewall Rules.- Ontological Mapping of Information Security Best-Practice Guidelines.- Supporting the Comparison of Business-Level Security Requirements within Cross-Enterprise Service Development.- Web Search.- Federated Product Search with Information Enrichment Using Heterogeneous Sources.- Parallel Algorithm for Query Content Based Webpages Ranking.- STAR:chart – Preserving Data Semantics in Web-Based Applications.- Social Issues.- Advanced Social Features in a Recommendation System for Process Modeling.- Computer Support for Agile Human-to-Human Interactions with Social Prools.- Process Modelling.- A Requirements Engineering Approach for Data Modelling of Process-Aware Information Systems.- Defining Adaptation Constraints for Business Process Variants.- Process Analysis and Mining.- MMC-BPM: A Domain-Specific Language for Business Processes Analysis.- Strategy-Driven Business Process Analysis.- Case Construction for Mining Supply Chain Processes.- Service-Oriented Architecture.- SOEDA: A Method for Specification and Implementation of Applications on a Service-Oriented Event-Driven Architecture.- Enhancing Semantic Service Discovery in Heterogeneous Environments.- Towards an Implementation of the EU Services Directive with Semantic Web Services.- ERP.- Integrating Process and Data Models to Aid Configuration of ERP Packages.- Designing and Developing Monitoring Agents for ERP Systems.- Organizational Implications of Implementing Service Oriented ERP Systems: An Analysis Based on New Institutional Economics.