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BPM
2008
Springer
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Towards Process Models for Disaster Response
In the immediate aftermath of a disaster routine processes, even if specifically designed for such a situation, are not enacted blindly. Actions and processes rather adapt their be...
Dirk Fahland, Heiko Woith
BPM
2008
Springer
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Enhancing Web Service Composition by Means of Diagnosis
Abstract. This paper proposes a framework based on Service Oriented Architecture which integrates diagnostic services in the architecture of a composite service in order to improve...
Liliana Ardissono, Stefano Bocconi, Luca Console, ...
BPM
2008
Springer
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Reasoning about Repairability of Workflows at Design Time
This paper describes an approach for reasoning about the repairability of workflows at design time. We propose a heuristic-based analysis of a workflow that aims at evaluating its ...
Gaston Tagni, Annette ten Teije, Frank van Harmele...
BPM
2008
Springer
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From Paper Based Clinical Practice Guidelines to Declarative Workflow Management
We present a field study of oncology workflow, involving doctors, nurses and pharmacists at Danish hospitals and discuss the obstacles, enablers and challenges for the use of compu...
Karen Marie Lyng, Thomas Hildebrandt, Raghava Rao ...
BPM
2008
Springer
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Flexibility Schemes for Workflow Management Systems
Abstract. Currently, many hospitals are investigating the use of workflow management systems in order to provide support for healthcare processes. However, contemporary workflow ma...
R. S. Mans, Wil M. P. van der Aalst, Nick Russell,...
BPM
2008
Springer
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Business Process Modelling with Continuous Validation
In this paper, we demonstrate the prototype of a modelling tool that applies graph-based rules for identifying problems in business process models. The advantages of our approach a...
Stefan Kühne, Heiko Kern, Volker Gruhn, Ralf ...
BPM
2008
Springer
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Trace Clustering in Process Mining
Process mining has proven to be a valuable tool for analyzing operational process executions based on event logs. Existing techniques perform well on structured processes, but stil...
Minseok Song, Christian W. Günther, Wil M. P....
BPM
2008
Springer
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Towards Transformations from BPMN to Heterogeneous Systems
Abstract. By now, the mapping from BPMN to BPEL has been implemented in numerous tools, greatly assisting the business architect in the creation of BPEL processes. However, most of...
Tobias Küster, Axel Heßler
BPM
2008
Springer
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Automating Knowledge Transfer and Creation in Knowledge Intensive Business Processes
It is a well known fact that a wealth of knowledge relies in the employees which makes them one of the most or even the most valuable asset of organisations. But often this knowled...
Michael Granitzer, Gisela Granitzer, Klaus Tochter...
BPM
2008
Springer
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Detecting Regulatory Compliance for Business Process Models through Semantic Annotations
A given business process may face a large number of regulatory obligations the process may or comply with. Providing tools and techniques through which an evaluation of the complia...
Guido Governatori, Jörg Hoffmann, Shazia Wasi...
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