Business Process Management Workshops: BPM 2006 International Workshops, BPD, BPI, ENEI, GPWW, DPM, semantics4ws, Vienna, Austria, September 4-7, 2006, Proceedings

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Johann Eder, Schahram Dustdar
Springer Science & Business Media, Aug 29, 2006 - Computers - 508 pages
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BPM 2006 was the fourth in a conference series that provides a forum for - searchers and practitioners in all areas of business process management. In c- junction with BPM 2006, a series of workshops were held. They were meant to facilitate the exchange of ideas and experiences between active researchers, and to stimulate discussions on new and emerging topics in line with the conference topics. We see the workshops as a necessary extension to the main conference. BPM has established itself rapidly as a high quality conference with a highly competitive selection process. The following workshops were approved and - cepted for inclusion in the BPM 2006 program: – BPD 2006 – 2nd International Workshop on Business Process Design – BPI 2006 – 2nd International Workshop on Business Process Intelligence – ENEI 2006 – 2nd International Workshop on Enterprise and Networked - terprises Interoperability – GPWW 2006 – 2nd InternationalWorkshopon Grid and Peer-to-Peerbased Work?ows – DPM 2006 – International Workshop on Dynamic Process Management – semantics4ws 2006 – Advances in Semantics for Web Services The program of each of these workshops was developed by a separate d- icated organization team and program committee. In summary the respective calls for papers attracted a total of 94 submissions out of which 40 papers were selected for presentation and are included in this volume. The organization of these workshops was made possible by the voluntary dedicated e?orts of many individuals.
 

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Contents

Preface
3
Process Design Strategies to Address Breadth and Depth Complexity
25
From Generic to Specific
45
An Approximate Analysis of Expected Cycle Time in Business Process
65
A Generic Import Framework for Process Event Logs 81
80
Process Mining and Petri Net Synthesis
105
Measuring Performance in the Retail Industry
129
Process Representation and Reasoning Using a Logic Formalism
153
B2B Protocol Construction as a Basis for Integration Architecture
285
A P2P Approach for Business Process Modelling and Reuse
297
Application
309
An Architecture for Proactive Timed Web Service Compositions
323
Ontology Knowledge Spaces for Semantic Collaboration in Networked
336
Workflows GPWW 2006
361
EventBased PeertoPeer Process Enactment for Ubiquitous
387
Expressing Business Process Models as OWLS Ontologies
400

A Declarative Approach for Flexible Business Processes
167
Business Rules Segregation for Dynamic Process Management
193
Agile Processes Through Goal and ContextOriented Business Process
217
Workshop on Enterprise and Networked Enterprises
230
ProductDriven Enterprise Interoperability for Manufacturing Systems
249
A Model
261
Semaphore A ModelBased Semantic Mapping Framework 275
274
Combining i and BPMN for Business Process Model Lifecycle
416
Preface 431
429
The Semantics of Business Service Orchestration
435
Semiautomatic SemanticBased Web Service Classification
459
Version Management in Semantic Web Services Using OWLS
483
Author Index
507
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