Program BPMDS 2013

Monday, June 17th

8:00-17:00         Registration

9:00-10:30        Session 1: Joint Keynote with EMMSAD

Brian Henderson-Sellers: Multi-level modelling: time for a ‘Copernican’ (r)evolution?.

10:30-11:00       Coffee break

11:00-12:30      Session 2: Innovative representations for knowledge-intensive processes (Chair: Selmin Nurcan)

Cornelia Haisjackl, Stefan Zugal, Pnina Soffer, Irit Hadar, Manfred Reichert, Jakob Pinggera and Barbara Weber. Making Sense of Declarative Process Models: Common Strategies and Typical Pitfalls

Nancy Alexopoulou, Mara Nikolaidou and Christian Stary. Blending BPMS and Social Software: Issues Identification (idea paper)

Irina Rychkova, Manuele Kirsch-Pinheiro and Bénédicte Le Grand. Context-Aware Agile Business Process Engine: Foundations and Architecture (idea paper)

12:30-14:00       Lunch

14:00-15:30       Session 3: BPM in practice (Chair: Rainer Schmidt)

Nesi Outmazgin and Pnina Soffer. Business Process Workarounds: What Can and Cannot Be Detected by Process Mining

Ilia Bider, Erik Perjons and Zakria Riaz Dar. Using Data-Centric Business Process Modeling for Discovering Requirements for Business Process Support Systems: Experience Report (experience report)

Sebastian Adam, Norman Riegel and Matthias Koch. A Methodological Framework with Lessons Learned for Introducing Business Process Management

15:30-16:00       Coffee break

16:00-17:30       Session 4: Analysis of business process models (Chair: Ilia Bider)

María Fernández-Ropero, Hajo A. Reijers, Ricardo Pérez-Castillo and Mario Piattini. Repairing Business Process Models as Retrieved from Source Code

Thomas Baier and Jan Mendling. Bridging Abstraction Layers in Process Mining: Event to Activity Mapping

Fernando Szimanski, Célia G. Ralha, Gerd Wagner and Diogo R. Ferreira. Improving Business Process Models with Agent-based Simulation and Process Mining



Tuesday, June 18th

8:30-17:00        Registration

9:00-10:30        Session 5: Model-based Business process analysis (Chair: Barbara Weber)

Anis Boubaker, Hafedh Mili, Yasmine Charif and Abderrahmane Abderrahmane Leshob. Towards a Framework for Modeling Business Compensation Processes (idea paper)

Banu Aysolmaz, Deniz İren and Onur Demirörs. An Effort Prediction Model based on BPM Measures for Process Automation

Jose Luis de La Vara, Juan Sanchez and Oscar Pastor. On the Use of Goal Models and Business Process Models for Elicitation of System Requirements

10:30-11:00       Coffee break

11:00-12:30       Session 6: Flexible BPM  (Chair: Hajo Reijers)

Karolyne Oliveira, Jaelson Castro, Sergio Spana and Oscar Pastor. Multi-level Autonomic Business Process Management

Amin Jalali and Paul Johannesson. Multi-Perspective Business Process Monitoring

Luciano Baresi, Annapaola Marconi, Marco Pistore and Adina Sirbu. Corrective Evolution of Adaptable Process Models

12:30-14:00       Lunch

14:00-15:30       Session 7: Improvement and change patterns (Chair: )

Matthias Lohrmann and Manfred Reichert. Demonstrating the Effectiveness of Process Improvement Patterns (experience report)

Clara Ayora, Victoria Torres, Barbara Weber, Manfred Reichert and Vicente Pelechano. Enhancing Modeling and Change Support for Process Families through Change Patterns

Barbara Weber, Jakob Pinggera, Victoria Torres and Manfred Reichert. Change patterns in use: a critical evaluation

15:30-16:00       Coffee break

16:00-17:30       Session 8: Process model repositories  (Chair: Pnina Soffer)

Andrea Marrella and Yves Lespérance. Synthesizing a Library of Process Templates through Partial-Order Planning Algorithms

Fabian Pittke, Henrik Leopold and Jan Mendling. Spotting Terminology Deficiencies in Process Model Repositories

17:30                Closing

19:30                CAISE Joint Workshops/Working Conferences dinner



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