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

ISBN: 978-3-642-01861-9 (Print) 978-3-642-01862-6 (Online)

Table of contents (33 chapters)

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  1. Front Matter

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  2. BPMDS 2009

    1. Technological Drivers and Process Mining

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        Pages 136-148

        Discovering Business Rules through Process Mining

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        Pages 149-161

        Anomaly Detection Using Process Mining

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        Pages 162-173

        Pattern Mining in System Logs: Opportunities for Process Improvement

      Compliance and Awareness

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        Pages 174-186

        Regulatory Compliance in Information Systems Research – Literature Analysis and Research Agenda

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        Pages 187-196

        Actor-Driven Approach for Business Process. How to Take into Account the Work Environment?

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        Pages 197-210

        Towards Object-Aware Process Management Systems: Issues, Challenges, Benefits

      Business and Goal Related Drivers

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        Towards a BPM Success Model: An Analysis in South African Financial Services Organisations

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        Pages 14-26

        A Conceptual Framework for Business Process Redesign

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        Pages 27-32

        Supporting Change in Business Process Models Using Pattern-Based Constraints

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        Pages 33-45

        Eliciting Goals for Business Process Models with Non-Functional Requirements Catalogues

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        Pages 46-57

        A Business Process-IT Alignment Method for Business Intelligence

      Model-Driven Process Change

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        Pages 58-70

        Analysis and Validation of Control-Flow Complexity Measures with BPMN Process Models

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        Pages 71-84

        Vertical Alignment of Process Models – How Can We Get There?

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        Pages 85-98

        Ontology-Based Description and Discovery of Business Processes

      Technological Drivers and IT Services

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        Pages 99-112

        A Method for Service Identification from Business Process Models in a SOA Approach

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        Pages 113-125

        IT Capability-Based Business Process Design through Service-Oriented Requirements Engineering

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        Pages 126-135

        Minimising Lifecycle Transitions in Service-Oriented Business Processes

  3. EMMSAD 2009

    1. Use of Ontologies

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        Pages 211-223

        Supporting Ontology-Based Semantic Annotation of Business Processes with Automated Suggestions

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        Pages 224-236

        On the Importance of Truly Ontological Distinctions for Ontology Representation Languages: An Industrial Case Study in the Domain of Oil and Gas

      UML and MDA

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        Pages 237-250

        UML Models Engineering from Static and Dynamic Aspects of Formal Specifications

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