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AAAI
2004
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Mixed-Initiative Workflow Composition
CAT's knowledge base contains abstract task or example "abstract flight reservation task," which can be included in a workflow as placeholders. CAT will gest that us...
Marc Spraragen
MKWI
2008
112views Business» more  MKWI 2008»
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An Environment for the Orthographic Modeling of Workflow Components
: An important goal of workflow engines is to simplify the way in which the interaction of workflows and software components (or services) is described and implemented. The vision ...
Colin Atkinson, Dietmar Stoll
ZEUS
2010
154views Communications» more  ZEUS 2010»
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Research challenges on person-centric flows
Research in the domain of Workflow Management focuses increasingly on service orchestrations. Often the fact is neglected that a huge part of the activities of business processes a...
Tobias Unger, Hanna Eberle, Frank Leymann
SERVICES
2010
105views more  SERVICES 2010»
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Scientific Workflow Development Using Both Visual and Script-Based Representation
In this paper we propose to achieve a semantic equivalence between a visual- and a script-based workflow development paradigm. We accomplish this by building a script language whi...
Ketan Maheshwari, Johan Montagnat
LREC
2010
136views Education» more  LREC 2010»
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LoonyBin: Keeping Language Technologists Sane through Automated Management of Experimental (Hyper)Workflows
Many contemporary language technology systems are characterized by long pipelines of tools with complex dependencies. Too often, these workflows are implemented by ad hoc scripts;...
Jonathan H. Clark, Alon Lavie
ICWS
2010
IEEE
11 years 1 months ago
A MVC Framework for Policy-Based Adaptation of Workflow Processes: A Case Study on Confidentiality
Abstract--Most work on adaptive workflows offers insufficient flexibility to enforce complex policies regarding dynamic, evolvable and robust workflows. In addition, many proposed ...
Kristof Geebelen, Eryk Kulikowski, Eddy Truyen, Wo...
APCCM
2008
11 years 1 months ago
Making Workflows Context-aware: A Way to Support Knowledge-intensive Tasks
In business processes, knowledge-intensive tasks are ones in which the people performing such tasks are involved in a fair degree of uncertainty. These people are required to appl...
Mitra Heravizadeh, David Edmond
AAAI
2010
11 years 1 months ago
Decision-Theoretic Control of Crowd-Sourced Workflows
Crowd-sourcing is a recent framework in which human intelligence tasks are outsourced to a crowd of unknown people ("workers") as an open call (e.g., on Amazon's Me...
Peng Dai, Mausam, Daniel S. Weld
ESWS
2008
Springer
11 years 1 months ago
Enhancing Workflow with a Semantic Description of Scientific Intent
Abstract. In the e-Science context, workflow technologies provide a problemsolving environment for researchers by facilitating the creation and execution of experiments from a pool...
Edoardo Pignotti, Peter Edwards, Alun D. Preece, N...
ESAW
2008
Springer
11 years 1 months ago
Coping with Exceptions in Agent-Based Workflow Enactments
A workflow involves the coordinated execution of multiple operations and can be used to capture business processes. Typical workflow management systems are centralised and rigid; t...
Joey Sik Chun Lam, Frank Guerin, Wamberto Weber Va...
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