Business Process Management: 4th International Conference, BPM 2006, Vienna, Austria, September 5-7, 2006, Proceedings (Google eBook)
Schahram Dustdar, José Luiz Fiadeiro, Amit Sheth
Springer Science & Business Media, Aug 30, 2006 - Business & Economics - 486 pages
The4thInternationalConferenceonBusinessProcessManagement(BPM2006) washeld in Vienna, Austria, onSeptember 5–7,2006,organizedby the VitaLab, DistributedSystemsGroup,Institute ofInformationSystems,ViennaUniversity of Technology. The present volumecollects the papers accepted for presentationat the main conference. A series of co-located workshops were held together with BPM, the proceedings of which are published as volume 4103 of Springer’s Lecture Notes in Computer Science series. Paper submission was strong and geographically well distributed: 78 papers originated from Europe, 32 from Asia, 14 from the Americas, 11 from Oceania, and 3 from Africa, to a total of 40 di?erent countries. Allpapers werereviewedbyatleastthreerefereesandcompetitionfor acc- tance was very high: of the 138 submitted papers, only 20 were accepted as full research papers (14% acceptance rate), 5 as industrial papers and 15 as short papers. Further to these, invited lectures were delivered by Donald Ferguson – an IBM fellow, Dave Green – an architect for Microsoft’s Windows Work?ow Foundation, and Edwin Khodabakchian – Vice President of Product Devel- ment at Oracle. We want to thank our keynote speakers and their organizations for their invited presentations. We take this opportunity to thank the members of the Program Committee and the additional reviewers for their tremendous e?ort in guaranteeing the scienti?c quality of BPM. We would also like to thank the Steering Committee for their constant support.
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