Business Process Management: 6th International Conference, BPM 2008, Milan, Italy, September 2-4, 2008, Proceedings

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Marlon Dumas, Manfred Reichert, Ming-Chien Shan
Springer Science & Business Media, Aug 25, 2008 - Computers - 399 pages
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This book constitutes the refereed proceedings of the 6th International Conference on Business Process Management, BPM 2008, held in Milan, Italy, in September 2008.

The volume contains 20 revised full research papers and 3 industrial papers carefully reviewed and selected from 154 submissions, as well as 8 prototype demonstration papers selected out of 15 demo submissions. In addition three invited keynote papers are presented. The conference has a record of attracting innovative research of the highest quality related to all aspects of BPM, including theory, frameworks, methods, techniques, architectures, standards, and empirical findings.

 

 

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Contents

Today and Tomorrow
1
Understanding and Impacting the Practice of Business Process Management
2
Flying with the Eagles or Scratching with the Chickens?
3
Applying Patterns during Business Process Modeling
4
Review and Effects
20
Model Driven Business Transformation An Experience Report
36
Supporting Flexible Processes through Recommendations Based on History
51
Visual Support for Work Assignment in ProcessAware Information Systems
67
How They Impact on Each Other
228
Detecting and Resolving Process Model Differences in the Absence of a Change Log
244
Diagnosing Differences between Business Process Models
261
BPEL for REST
278
Scaling Choreography Modelling for B2B ValueChain Analysis
294
An Industrial Case Study
310
Efficient Compliance Checking Using BPMNQ and Temporal Logic
326
Automatic Extraction of Process Control Flow from IO Operations
342

From Personal Task Management to EndUser Driven Business Process Modeling
84
The Refined Process Structure Tree
100
Covering Places and Transitions in Open Nets
116
Correcting Deadlocking Service Choreographies Using a SimulationBased Graph Edit Distance
132
Predicting Coupling of ObjectCentric Business Process Implementations
148
Instantiation Semantics for Process Models
164
A Probabilistic Strategy for Setting Temporal Constraints in Scientific Workflows
180
Workflow Simulation for Operational Decision Support Using Design Historic and State Information
196
Analyzing Business Continuity through a Multilayers Model
212
A RegionBased Algorithm for Discovering Petri Nets from Event Logs
358
Behavioural Service Interface Analyser
374
A Practitioners Tool for Business Transformation
378
Oryx An Open Modeling Platform for the BPM Community
382
Transforming BPMN Diagrams into YAWL Nets
386
Engineering Change Management Demonstration
390
A Tool for Modeling Simulating and Adapting DataDriven Process Structures
394
Author Index
398
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About the author (2008)

MARLON DUMAS, PhD, is a Senior Lecturer at Queensland University of Technology. Dr. Dumas has published extensively in international journals and conferences in the areas of business process management and service-oriented computing, and is the recipient of a Smart State Fellowship from the Queensland Government.

WIL M. P. van der AALST, PhD, is Professor at Eindhoven University of Technology and Adjunct Professor at Queensland University of Technology. He is coauthor of the textbook Workflow Management: Models, Methods, and Systems, and editor of several other books in the areas of business process management and Petri nets.

ARTHUR H. M. ter HOFSTEDE, PhD, is Associate Professor at Queensland University of Technology. He, along with Professor van der Aalst, is codesigner of the YAWL workflow language and open-source system, coauthor of the Workflow Patterns Web site, and cofounder of the International Conference on Business Process Management.