BIS 2010

 

List of accepted papers for the main conference

  • SEARCH AND KNOWLEDGE SHARING
    • Rasmus Hahn, Christian Herta and Chris Bizer. Faceted Wikipedia Search (paper 40)
    • Konstantinos Christidis and Gregoris Mentzas. Using Probabilistic Topic Models in Enterprise Social Software (paper 16)
    • Shahla Ghobadi, Farhad Daneshgar and Graham Low. A Model of Cross-functional Coopetition in Software Development Project Teams (paper 18)
  • DATA AND INFORMATION QUALITY
    • Naiem Khodabandehloo Yeganeh and Shazia Sadiq. Avoiding Inconsistency in User Preferences for Data Quality Aware Queries (paper 20)
    • Christian Fuerber and Martin Hepp. Using SPARQL and SPIN for Data Quality Management on the Semantic Web (paper 83)
    • Thomas Mandl. Quality in Blogs: How to find the best User Generated Content (paper 64)
  • WEB EXPERIENCE MODELLING
    • Ashwin Ittoo, Laura Maruster and Hans Wortmann. Textractor: A Framework for Extracting Relevant Domain Concepts from Irregular Corporate Textual Datasets (paper 4)
    • Robert Andrei Buchmann and Radu Meza. Capturing Eye Tracking Data for Customer Profiling (paper 46)
    • Jeremy Besson, Ieva Mitasiunaite, Audrone Lupeikiene and Jean-Francois Boulicaut. Comparing intended and real usage in web portal: Temporal Logic and Data Mining (paper 67)
  • DATA MINING FOR PROCESSES
    • Dennis Wegener and Stefan Rueping. On Integrating Data Mining into Business Processes (paper 43)
    • Carsten Felden, Peter Chamoni and Markus Linden. From Process Execution towards a Business Process Intelligence (paper 8)
    • Claus Wonnemann and Rafael Accorsi. Auditing Workflow Executions for Dataflow Policies (paper 61)
    • Nikola Trcka. Workflow Data Footprints (paper 33)
  • VISUALIZATION IN BPM
    • Kathrin Figl, Jan Mendling, Mark Strembeck and Jan Recker. On the Cognitive Effectiveness of Routing Symbols in Process Modeling Languages (paper 36)
    • Christopher Klinkmüller, Andre Ludwig and Bogdan Franczyk. Visualising Business Capabilities in the Context of Business Analysis (paper 51)
    • Imen Ben Said, Mohamed Amine Chaabane and Eric Andonoff. A Model Driven Engineering Approach for Modelling Versions of Business Processes using BPMN (paper 81)
  • BUSINESS PROCESSES AND RULES
    • Ahmed Awad, Matthias Weidlich and Mathias Weske. Consistency Checking of Compliance Rules (paper 14)
    • José L. Martínez-Fernández, José C. González-Cristóbal and Paloma Martínez. Using Surveys to Evaluate a Business Rules based Development Framework (paper 6)
    • Thomas Motal, Rainer Schuster, Hannes Werthner and Christian Huemer. From Economic Drivers to B2B Process Models: a Mapping from REA to UMM (paper 71)
  • SERVICES AND REPOSITORIES
    • Khurram Shahzad, Mturi Elias and Paul Johannesson. Requirements for a Business Process Model Repository: A Stakeholders’ Perspective (paper 63)
    • Oliver Daute and Stefan Conrad. Supporting Complex Business Information Systems by Use of RT-BCDB and PAC (paper 12)
    • Artur Caetano, António Rito Silva and José Tribolet. Identification of Services through Functional Decomposition of Business Processes (paper 65)
  • ERP AND SCM
    • Salvatore Cannella, Elena Ciancimino and José David Canca Ortiz. Production Inventory and Enterprise System Implementation: an ex-ante no-cost based evaluation (paper 25)
    • Gustaf Juell-Skielse and Hakan Enquist. Value Propositions in Service Oriented Business Models for ERP: Case Studies (paper 32)
    • Markus Linden, Sebastian Neuhaus, Daniel Kilimann, Tanja Bley and Peter Chamoni. Event-driven IT-Architecture for Real-Time Process Execution in Supply Chains (paper 7)


13th International Conference on Business Information Systems (BIS 2010), Berlin, Germany 3-5 May 2010
Department of Information Systems, Poznan University of Economics, al. Niepodleglosci 10, 60-967 Poznan, Poland
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