Theseproceedingscontainthe?nalversionsofpapersacceptedfortheworkshops that were held in conjunction with the 6th International Conference on Bu- ness Process Management (BPM 2008) that took place in Milan, Italy. Thirteen workshop proposals were submitted for this conference, nine of which were - lected, and ultimately they ran concurrentlyon September 1,2008.This wasthe fourth year running for BPM workshops, a testament to the continued success of the workshop program. This year the workshops included some new emerging areas: Business Process Management and Social Softwarefocusedonthe-…mehr
Theseproceedingscontainthe?nalversionsofpapersacceptedfortheworkshops that were held in conjunction with the 6th International Conference on Bu- ness Process Management (BPM 2008) that took place in Milan, Italy. Thirteen workshop proposals were submitted for this conference, nine of which were - lected, and ultimately they ran concurrentlyon September 1,2008.This wasthe fourth year running for BPM workshops, a testament to the continued success of the workshop program. This year the workshops included some new emerging areas: Business Process Management and Social Softwarefocusedonthe- teraction of social software and the underlying paradigm of social prod- tion with business processes, by exploring how social software and social production interact with business process management, how business p- cess management has to change to comply with social production, and how business processes may pro?t from social techniques. Model-Driven Engineering for Business Process Management was about the application of model-driven engineering to business process m- agement,byfocusing on researchproblems that arisewhen the model-driven engineering and development methodology is applied to automate the whole lifecycle of business process modeling artifacts (e.g., automatically mapping high-level business process models to executable IT-level work?ows). Process Management for Highly Dynamic and Pervasive Scenarios recognized how nowadays process management systems are also being used in pervasive and highly dynamic situations, such as emergency management, pervasive healthcare and ambient intelligence, thus requiring novel approaches merging traditional BPM with arti?cial intelligence, agent programming and robotics.
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BPD Workshop.- to the Fourth Workshop on Business Process Design (BPD 2008).- Detecting Regulatory Compliance for Business Process Models through Semantic Annotations.- Crosscutting Concern Documentation by Visual Query of Business Processes.- Real Support for Perspective-Compliant Business Process Design.- Elicitation of Requirements for a Business Process Model Repository.- Issues in Modeling Process Variants with Provop.- On the Alignment of Business Models and Process Models.- Dimensions of Business Processes Quality (QoBP).- BPI Workshop.- to the Fourth International Workshop on Business Process Intelligence (BPI 2008).- Bayesian Classification of Events for Task Labeling Using Workflow Models.- Trace Clustering in Process Mining.- Mining Based on Learning from Process Change Logs.- Checking Compliance of Execution Traces to Business Rules.- Detecting Intrinsic Inefficiency on Process Level: Benchmarking of Transactions in Banking.- Abductive Workflow Mining.- New Quality Metrics for Evaluating Process Models.- MDE4BPM Workshop.- to the First International Workshop on Model-Driven Engineering for Business Process Management (MDE4BPM 2008).- Business to IT Transformations Revisited.- A Model-Driven Approach to Implementing Coordination Protocols in BPEL.- Towards Transformations from BPMN to Heterogeneous Systems.- Business Process Modelling with Continuous Validation.- On the Formal Generation of Process Redesigns.- Translating BPMN Models into UML Activities.- PM4HDPS Workshop.- to the First International Workshop on Process Management for Highly Dynamic and Pervasive Scenarios (PM4HDPS 2008).- Towards Process Models for Disaster Response.- Workflows in Dynamic Development Processes.- Hypergraph-Based Modeling of Ad-Hoc Business Processes.- Domain-Driven Process Adaptation in Emergency Scenarios.- Supporting Emergency Management through Process-Aware Information Systems.- ProHealth Workshop.- to the Second International Workshop on Process-Oriented Information Systems in Healthcare (ProHealth 2008).- Process Mining in Healthcare: A Contribution to Change the Culture of Blame.- A Concept for the Assessment of Electronic Communication in Integrated Information Systems.- Management of Knowledge-Intensive Healthcare Processes on the Example of General Medical Documentation.- From Paper Based Clinical Practice Guidelines to Declarative Workflow Management.- Petri Nets as a Formalism for Comparing Expressiveness of Workflow-Based Clinical Guideline Languages.- Flexibility Schemes for Workflow Management Systems.- Integrating Healthcare Ontologies: Inconsistency Tolerance and Case Study.- Promoting Process-Based Collaboration Awareness to Integrate Care Teams.- Session-Aware Clinical Information Systems.- Integrating Humans, Devices, and Events in Clinical Workflow Processes.- QSWS Workshop.- to the First Workshop on QoS in Self-healing Web Services (QSWS 2008).- On Modeling and Maximizing Business Value for Autonomic Service-Oriented Systems.- On Combining WS-Policy4MASC and ASF to Support Business-Driven Autonomic Service-Oriented Computing.- Self-healing Systems and Web Services: The WS-Diamond Approach.- Probabilistic Time Management of Choreographies.- Reasoning about Repairability of Workflows at Design Time.- Enhancing Web Service Composition by Means of Diagnosis.- semantics4ws Workshop.- to the Third Edition of the Workshop Advances in Semantics for Web Services 2008 (semantics4ws 2008).- Semantically Annotated EPC within Semantic Business Process Management.- ARIS for Semantic Business Process Management.- Auto-completion for Executable Business Process Models.- Service Discovery in Ubiquitous Environments: Approaches and Requirements for Context-Awareness.- Ontology-Based Data Mediation in BPEL (For Semantic Web Services).- A Framework for Dependency Based Automatic Service Composition.- Ontology-Based Behavioural Reasoning for Business Processes.- CBP Workshop.- to the Second Workshop on Collaborative Business P
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