2015 IEEE 19th International Enterprise Distributed Object Computing Conference

21-25 Sept. 2015

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  • Table of contents

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  • Message from the General Chairs

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  • Monitoring Strategic Business Goals with Argus

    Publication Year: 2015, Page(s):1 - 8
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    Business analytics has emerged in the past decade as a top concern for business executives world-wide, surpassing earlier top concerns such as supply chain management and total quality management. Business analysis techniques analyze operational data for a variety of purposes including prediction, planning, monitoring, and trouble-shooting. In this paper we focus on one type of analysis, monitorin... View full abstract»

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  • No Time for Compliance

    Publication Year: 2015, Page(s):9 - 18
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    In the past few years several business process compliance frameworks based on temporal logic have been proposed. In this paper we investigate whether the use of temporal logic is suitable for the task at hand: namely to check whether the specifications of a business process are compatible with the formalisation of the norms regulating the business process. We provide an example inspired by real li... View full abstract»

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  • Supporting Knowledge-Intensive Processes through Integrated Task Lifecycle Support

    Publication Year: 2015, Page(s):19 - 28
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    The operational support of knowledge-intensive business processes constitutes a big challenge. In particular, these processes are driven by knowledge workers utilizing their skills, experiences, and expertise. Regarding coordination and synchronization, in turn, knowledge workers still rely on simple task lists (e.g., To-do lists or checklists) and established communication software (e.g., email).... View full abstract»

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  • Synthesis of Artifact Lifecycles from Activity-centric Process Models

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    In recent years, artifact-centric business process modeling is gaining momentum with its improved flexibility and extensibility. In order to support the rapid translation of the traditional activity-centric processes into this new type of processes, this paper proposes a novel approach to automatically transforming an activity-centric process model into a group of lifecycles of artifacts and their... View full abstract»

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  • Think? Compute! See!! End User Programming for Thinkers

    Publication Year: 2015, Page(s): 38
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    Summary form only given. In this talk we discuss our experience making state of the art software technologies including vector functional programming, collaborative analytics and visualization consumable by demanding customers we call Thinkers. The emerging discipline of Computational Science brings Thinkers and Software Experts together to create environments for Thinkers. Thinkers are well educa... View full abstract»

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  • Model-Driven Engineering for the Social Enterprise

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    Summary form only given. Model-driven engineering has gained popularity in recent years offering a way to abstractly specify complex computational models and algorithms and generate both configurations and code to achieve their realisation. Often domain-specific languages are used as way to express these model structures enabling end users to better specify their target system needs. We have been ... View full abstract»

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  • Fundamental Realization Strategies for Multi-view Specification Environments

    Publication Year: 2015, Page(s):40 - 49
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    All Enterprise Architecture Modeling (EAM) approaches revolve around the use of multiple, inter-related views to describe the properties of a system and its surrounding environment - that is, they are multi-view specification (MVS) approaches. However, there is still little consensus on how such modeling environments should be realized and on the pros and cons of the different fundamental design c... View full abstract»

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  • A Semantic Foundation for Organizational Structures: A Multi-level Approach

    Publication Year: 2015, Page(s):50 - 59
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    Conceptualizing the organizational structure domain requires considering multiple levels of classification, with both types and types of types included in the domain of enquiry (e.g., Types of organizational units and particular organizational units). In this paper we propose a semantic foundation for the organizational structure domain that is capable to address the multi-level modeling issues. W... View full abstract»

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  • Designing Dialects of Enterprise Modeling Languages with the Profiling Technique

    Publication Year: 2015, Page(s):60 - 67
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    During the last years, several enterprise modeling languages became de-facto standards in their particular field of application. This dissemination increased the need for extending these languages in order to both specify concepts domain-specifically and integrate additional concepts. However, only the minority of enterprise modeling languages provides an extension mechanism and even those definin... View full abstract»

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  • A Description Framework for Data Visualizations in Enterprise Information Systems

    Publication Year: 2015, Page(s):68 - 73
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    Data visualizations play a prominent role in enterprise information systems in various flavors. Traditional bar, line, or pie charts, or timelines, heat maps, geographical maps, dashboard gauges, and complex relationship mappings are examples of visualizations that are frequently used in business application scenarios. Despite their extensive use, however, there is only few theoretic reflection on... View full abstract»

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  • In-Memory Business Process Management

    Publication Year: 2015, Page(s):74 - 83
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    In-memory databases have become a mainstay of enterprise computing offering significant performance boosts for OLAP and OLTP workloads as well as improved prospects for application integration through an efficient, shared database layer. Despite significant R&D investments into in-memory data management, limited insights are available on the impacts of middleware platforms for application inte... View full abstract»

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  • A Graph-Based Approach for Containment Checking of Behavior Models of Software Systems

    Publication Year: 2015, Page(s):84 - 93
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    In the development of complex and large scale software systems, it is important to detect and fix the deviations of systems' behaviors at different abstraction levels in early phases. Our main focus here is the containment checking-a special type of consistency checking-that verifies whether the behavior (or functions) described by a low-level behavior model encompasses those specified in the high... View full abstract»

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  • A Workflow for Model Driven Game Development

    Publication Year: 2015, Page(s):94 - 103
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    Software development faces challenges from high expectation of software qualities, complexity of software and long development cycle. While Domain Specific Modeling (DSM) is helping developers overcome many of these challenges in many domains, it is not generally applied in the computer game domain. DSM can be hard to apply in the computer game domain because of the complexity of computer game dom... View full abstract»

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  • Multidimensional Cluster Sampling View on Large Databases for Approximate Query Processing

    Publication Year: 2015, Page(s):104 - 111
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    Approximate query processing with relatively small random samples is an effective way to deal with many queries on large databases. However, small random samples might miss relevant records for highly selective queries due to insufficient coverage. A multidimensional index tree called the k-MDI was proposed as an effective sampling scheme for highly selective decision support queries. It has been ... View full abstract»

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