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6th International Conference on

Business Information Systems


BIS 2003

with Technology Transfer


Colorado Springs, Colorado, USA
June 4-6, 2003

Preliminary Call for Papers





The BIS 2003 International Conference invites researchers and practitioners to submit papers advancing research in business information systems as well as papers that report on IT projects. The Program Committee encourages practical papers on experience or on the validation of prototype implementations. Any topic of interest to the business information system field is welcome in the general session, one of the special sessions, or theme tracks. Accepted papers will be published in conference proceedings and may also be considered for fast-track publication as book chapters or journal articles as indicated in the calls available on the BIS web pages. Tracks and special sessions include:


Project Management Track: Strategic Project Management, Project Portfolio Management, Scope, Risk, Staffing, Process Support


Software Engineering and E-Business Engineering Track: Value Proposition Innovation, Business Process Reengineering, Model Verification, EAI, Software Reuse, Non-Monolithic Solutions, Requirements Specification, Database Development and Applications, System Design, Implementation Issues, Software Quality and Testing


Distance Education Track: Individualization, Improving Learning, Increasing Access, Sustaining Innovation, Cost Reduction


Technology Transfer Track: Knowledge Management, Social Impact of Technology, Product Innovation, Technology Business Incubation, Economic Impact of technology, Cultural Impact of Technology


Information Retrieval and Filtering (IraF) for Business Applications Special Session: Knowledge Representation, Query Languages; Profiling and Personalization; Search Strategies, E.G. Agents Technology; Document Indexing, Categorization and Clustering; Information Extraction; Web Filtering


Legal Information Systems Special Session: Legal publishing via the Web, Legal data and legal databases, Indexing, searching and finding multidimensional legal contents across the Web, Standards for legal information interchange, XML legal standards, Impact of legal information systems on the law, Multinational legal information initiatives, Interactive and 'intelligent' legal services on the web, Legal ontologies


System Security Special Session: Network Security and Management, Computer Crime


Time Aspects of Information Systems Special Session: Time References in Web Documents, Time Granularities in Document Collections, Time Granularities in Databases, Temporal Reasoning


Ontologies for Business Information Systems Special Session: Semantic Web for Decision Support, Searching the Semantic Web, Web Services Integration, Ontologies for Data Warehousing, Workflow, ERP, CRM, E-Business


Software Agents in Business Information Systems Special Session: Agent Systems, Agent System Development, Business Applications of Agent Systems





7th International Conference BIS 2004

in cooperation with 

International Society for Computers and Their Applications German Informatics Society  Naukowe Towarzystwo Informatyki Ekonomicznej

media patronage

Gazeta IT


Last updated on 2004-08-29