BIS 2000: 4th International Conference on Business Information Systems, Pozna?, Poland, 12–13 April 2000
Witold Abramowicz, Maria E. Orlowska
Springer London, Mar 24, 2000 - Business & Economics - 306 pages
This volume contains papers presented during the science trace at the 4th International Conference of Business Information Systems, BIS 2000, held in Poznan, Poland, 12-13 April 2000, which discussed the development, implementation, applications and improvement of computer systems for business processes.
The papers deal with practical, industry experiences and validated prototype implementations, and cover areas such as integration of information systems, electronic transactions and banking, virtual organisations, network technologies, business information systems modelling and analysis.
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abstract workflow action activities agents application approach architecture Arizona State University bank branches business process client collaborative communication complete concurrency control Conference context customers data sources defined documents domain Donaji DPC system dynamic changes e-banking e-commerce e-mail Electronic Commerce environment evaluation example exception handling execution Figure function global class global object graph identify implementation Information Systems integration interaction International Internet knowledge Knowledge Management learning meta-data migrating workflow module multidatabase nodes Object-Oriented offer operations organisation paper performed placeholder Poland Poznan University problems process model query language repository request requirements Section semantic server software agents Software Engineering specification structure tags task Telenor template temporary object tion users virtual Virtual Communities Web server WF instance Workflow Management wrapper