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Perspectives in Business Informatics Research

9th International Conference, BIR 2010, Rostock Germany, September 29–October 1, 2010. Proceedings

  • Peter Forbrig
  • Horst Günther
Conference proceedings BIR 2010

Part of the Lecture Notes in Business Information Processing book series (LNBIP, volume 64)

Table of contents

  1. Front Matter
  2. Knowledge and Information Management

    1. Christian Märtin, Jürgen Engel, Claus Kaelber, Iris Werner
      Pages 1-13
    2. Anna Wingkvist, Morgan Ericsson, Welf Löwe, Rüdiger Lincke
      Pages 14-26
    3. Auriol Degbelo, Tanguy Matongo, Kurt Sandkuhl
      Pages 27-42
    4. Ulrike Borchardt, Franziska Grap
      Pages 62-72
  3. Ontologies

    1. Eduard Babkin, Ekaterina Potapova
      Pages 73-85
    2. Ernestas Vysniauskas, Lina Nemuraite, Algirdas Sukys
      Pages 86-101
    3. Jānis Bārzdiņš, Guntis Bārzdiņš, Kārlis Čerāns, Renārs Liepiņš, Artūrs Sproģis
      Pages 102-114
  4. Models and Workflows

    1. Robert Kühn, Anke Dittmar, Peter Forbrig
      Pages 115-129
    2. Jens Brüning, Martin Gogolla, Peter Forbrig
      Pages 130-145
  5. Business Information Systems

    1. Oliver Daute, Stefan Conrad
      Pages 161-175
    2. Marcel A. P. M. van den Bosch, Marlies E. van Steenbergen, Marcel Lamaitre, Rik Bos
      Pages 176-187
  6. Databases and Mobile Computing

    1. Natalija Kozmina, Laila Niedrite
      Pages 188-202
    2. Sergejs Rikacovs, Janis Barzdins
      Pages 203-211
    3. Mario Gleichmann, Thomas Hasart, Ilvio Bruder, Andreas Wolff
      Pages 212-219
  7. Back Matter

About these proceedings


The conference series BIR (Business Informatics Research) was established 10 years ago in Rostock as an initiative of researchers from Swedish and German universities. The objective was to create a global forum where researchers in business informatics, seniors as well as juniors, could meet, collaborate and - change ideas. Over the years BIR has matured into a series of international conferences, typically organized in the Baltic Sea region, including Norway and Iceland. A steering committee ensures the high quality of the BIR proceedings. We are very proud that this year an international and very well known editor has agreed to publish selected papers of the conference. The interest in the conference in terms of submissions and participation has steadily increased over the years. This year, we received 53 contributions among which 14 submissions were accepted as long papers and 4 as short papers. A few additional contributions were invited for presentation at the conference. The selection was carefully carried out by an International Program C- mittee. The result is a set of interesting and stimulating papers that address important issues such as knowledge management, ontologies, models, work?ow speci?cations, data bases and OLAP. The conference was opened by an invited technical talk by Dr. Klaus BrunnsteinfromTheUniversityofHamburgwhodiscussedthetopic“TheInf- mation Society on the Way to Web 3.0: Perspectives, Opportunities and Risks”, which is challenging for all of us.


EAI Mobile Computing OLAP OWL 2 Ontologie business information systems business intelligence databases enterprise architecture information management information system knowledge knowledge management online analytical processing ontologies

Editors and affiliations

  • Peter Forbrig
    • 1
  • Horst Günther
    • 2
  1. 1.Lehrstuhl für SoftwaretechnikUniversität RostockRostockGermany
  2. 2.Lehrstuhl für WirtschaftsinformatikUniversität RostockRostockGermany

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