2015 IEEE 19th International Enterprise Distributed Object Computing Workshop

21-25 Sept. 2015

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  • Table of contents

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  • Message from the EDOC 2015 General Chairs

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  • EVL-BP 2015 Program Committee

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  • ModTools 2015 Program Committee

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  • SoEA4EE 2015 Program Committee

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  • EDOCW 2015 Demo Committee

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  • Message from the EVL-BP 2015 Workshop Co-Chairs

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  • Domain Specific Languages for Maintaining and Analyzing Changes in Event-Based Architectures

    Publication Year: 2015, Page(s):4 - 13
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    A main characteristic of event-driven architectures is that components are highly decoupled, which facilitates high flexibility, scalability and concurrency of distributed systems. This intrinsic loose coupling of components introduces the challenge to identify dependencies between the components, which have to be known to developers to analyze, maintain, and evolve an event-based architecture. Th... View full abstract»

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  • Analyzing the Effects of Reordering Work List Items for Selected Control Flow Patterns

    Publication Year: 2015, Page(s):14 - 23
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    Efficient resource management is an important requirement for many process-oriented applications. Typically, work items are assigned to resources through their work lists. There are many reasons for reordering work items in a resource's work list. For process scheduling, for example, swapping process instances constitutes a mean to keep due times. At the same time, reducing the throughput time of ... View full abstract»

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  • A Framework Towards Model Driven Business Process Compliance and Monitoring

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    Currently available business process monitoring solutions usually rely on applications' business logic, which hampers the separation between the business logic and the business rules. Existing solutions address the issue from only the modeling perspective at design-time. However, modern business process systems are required to be adaptive to the constant changes of the business rules at runtime. I... View full abstract»

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  • The Regorous Approach to Process Compliance

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    We propose an ITC (Information and Communication Technology) approach to support regulatory compliance for business processes, and we report on the development and evaluation of a business process compliance checker called Regorous, based on the compliance-by-design methodology proposed by Governatori and Sadiq [1]. View full abstract»

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  • A Methodology for Extracting Legal Norms from Regulatory Documents

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    We present a methodology to extract legal norms from regulatory documents for their formalisation and later compliance checking. The need for the methodology is motivated from the shortcomings of existing approaches where the rule type and process aspects relevant to the rules are largely overlook. The methodology incorporates the well-known IF... THEN structure extended with the process aspect an... View full abstract»

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  • Multilevel Modeling for Business Process Automation

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    Many real-world situations are more easily represented using multilevel models that abandon traditional two level instantiation. In business process management, multilevel modeling allows for the explicit representation of the interdependencies between the processes at the different hierarchy levels within an organization. Furthermore, multilevel modeling allows modelers to capture the variability... View full abstract»

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  • Yank Your Data Out of My Engine: A New Approach to Workflow System Design

    Publication Year: 2015, Page(s):61 - 69
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    Business process (or workflow) management is vital in enterprise application systems. Current workflow management systems (WfMSs) do not provide a clear separation between execution management and data management, such a lack of separation causes serious difficulties in managing data consistency and process change. This paper argues for an "execution independence" principle of isolating the two an... View full abstract»

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  • Message from the Methodical Development of Modeling Tools Workshop Co-Chairs (Mod Tools 2015)

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  • Microservice Based Tool Support for Business Process Modelling

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    The rise of micro services as architectural pattern creates a bunch of interesting opportunities for software architectures of modelling editors and additional services. Main advantages are the scalability in collaborative distributed scenarios and enhanced possibilities regarding service development and operation. Throughout this article, we will illustrate how modelling editors and additional se... View full abstract»

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  • A Requirements Based Approach for Automating Enterprise IT Architecture Modeling Using Multiple Data Sources

    Publication Year: 2015, Page(s):79 - 87
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    Enterprise Architecture (EA) is an approach where models of an enterprise are used for decision support. An important part of EA is enterprise IT architecture. Creating models of both types can be a complex task. EA can be difficult to model due to unavailable business data, while in the case of enterprise IT architecture, there can be too much IT data available. Furthermore, there is a trend of a... View full abstract»

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  • Message from the Service Oriented Enterprise Architecture for Enterprise Engineering Workshop Co-Chairs (SoEA4EE 2015)

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  • Towards the Next Generation Service Oriented Enterprise Architecture

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    Emerging business models such as digital ecosystems involving collaborative innovation, participatory decision-making and flexible organizational structures are set to significantly affect inter- and intra-enterprise structure and functionality. This has seen the appearance of increasingly complex Service-oriented Architecture (SOA) scenarios featuring various partnership levels, increased resilie... View full abstract»

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