Conference Program

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08:00RegistrationRegistration
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09:00Welcome & Keynote 1
09:15WS-Session 1Keynote 2Keynote 3
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10:45Coffee BreakCoffee BreakCoffee BreakCoffee Break
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11:15WS-Session 2Session 1: Modeling ITutorial 1: Process Model ComprehensionSession 3: Processes and ServicesTutorial 3: BPMN 2.0Session 6: Verification and Compliance
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12:45LunchLunchLunchLunch
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14:00WS-Session 3Session 2: Managing ProcessesTutorial 2: Business Process Modeling — Part 1 Session 4: Modeling IITutorial 4: Process Flexibility — Part 1Session 7: Process Mining II
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15:00Farewell
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16:00WS-Session 4PanelTutorial 2: Business Process Modeling — Part 2Session 5: Process Mining ITutorial 4: Process Flexibility — Part 2
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17:00Demo-TeaserBizAgi
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17:30Demo-Session
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Welcome Dinner (19:30)Steering Committee (20:30)Conference Dinner (19:30)

BPM 2009: Preliminary Program (as of June 24th)

Keynotes

09:15 – 10:45 Room: O28 H22

Keynote Tuesday (chair: Peter Dadam)

August-Wilhelm Scheer
BPM 3.0

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09:15 – 10:45 Room: O28 H22

Keynote Wednesday (chair: Hajo Reijers)

John Hoogland
Change in Control

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09:15 – 10:45 Room: O28 H22

Keynote Thursday (chair: Johann Eder)

Bertram Ludaescher
Scientific Workflows: Business as Usual?

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Sessions

11:15 – 12:45 Room: O28 H22

Session 1: Modeling (chair: Wil van der Aalst)

  • Remco Dijkman, Marlon Dumas and Luciano García-Bañuelos
    Graph Matching Algorithms for Business Process Model Similarity Search
  • Carlo Combi and Roberto Posenato
    Controllability in Temporal Conceptual Workflow Schemata
  • Marcio Oikawa, João Ferreira, Simon Malkowski and Calton Pu
    Towards Algoritmic Generation of Business Processes: From Business Steps Dependencies to Process Algebra Expressions
14:00 – 15:30 Room: O28 H22

Session 2: Managing processes (chair: Jana Koehler)

  • Mathias Fritzsche, Michael Picht, Wasif Gilani, Ivor Spence, John Brown and Peter Kilpatrick
    Extending BPM Environments of your choice with performance related Decision Support
  • Stefan Fenz, Andreas Ekelhart and Thomas Neubauer
    Business Process-based Resource Importance Determination
  • Michael Rohloff
    Case Study and Maturity Model for Business Process Management Implementation
16:00 – 17:00 Room: O28 H22

Session 5: Process Mining I (chair: Manfred Reichert)

  • Diogo Ferreira and Daniel Gillblad
    Discovering Process Models from Unlabelled Event Logs
  • Jagadeesh Chandra Bose Rantham Prabhakara and Wil van der Aalst
    Abstractions in Process Mining: A Taxonomy of Patterns
11:15 – 12:45 Room: O28 H22

Session 3: Processes and Services (chair: Carlo Combi)

  • Irfan Ul Haq, Altaf Ahmad Huqqani and Erich Schikuta
    Aggregating hierarchical Service Level Agreements in Business Value Networks
  • Karsten Wolf and Kathrin Kaschner
    Set Algebra for Service Behavior: Applications and Constructions
  • Thomas Heinze, Wolfram Amme and Simon Moser
    A Restructuring Method for WS-BPEL Business Processes Based on Extended Workflow Graphs
14:00 – 15:30 Room: O28 H22

Session 4: Modeling II (chair: Rick Hull)

  • Artem Polyvyanyy, Sergey Smirnov and Mathias Weske
    The Triconnected Abstraction of Process Models
  • Oliver Holschke, Jannis Rake and olga levina
    Granularity as a Cognitive Factor in the Effectiveness of Business Process Model Reuse
  • John Vergo
    Artifact-based transformation of IBM Global Financing, A Case Study
11:15 – 12:45 Room: O28 H22

Session 6: Verification and Compliance (chair: Jianwen Su)

  • Dirk Fahland, Cédric Favre, Barbara Jobstmann, Jana Koehler, Niels Lohmann, Hagen Völzer and Karsten Wolf
    Instantaneous Soundness Checking of Industrial Business Process Models
  • Kais Klai, Samir Tata and Jörg Desel
    Symbolic abstraction and deadlock freeness verification of inter-enterprise processes
  • Yurdaer Doganata and Francisco Curbera
    Effect of using automated auditing tools on detecting compliance failures in unmanaged processes
14:00 – 15:00 Room: O28 H22

Session 7: Process Mining II (chair: Stefanie Rindele-Ma)

  • Josep Carmona, Jordi Cortadella and Michael Kishinevsky
    Divide-and-Conquer Strategies for Process Mining
  • Chen Li, Manfred Reichert and Andreas Wombacher
    Discovering Reference Models by Mining Process Variants Using a Heuristic Approach

Tutorials

11:15 – 12:45 Room: O27 2203

Tutorial 1: Process Model Comprehension A Human View on Formal Structures

Jan Mendling, Humboldt-Universität zu Berlin, Germany
Hajo Reijers, Eindhoven University of Technology, The Netherlands

This tutorial covers the emerging field of empirical research into the quality of business process models. Various papers at the recent BPM conferences have shown that quantitative methods can provide valuable insights for the business process management field, also in the formal and technical area. With our tutorial we are embracing this trend and summarize the major pilars and backgrounds of process model comprehension. This is an important subject, as in various contexts the effective use of process models is influenced by the extent to which human readers can quickly and correctly understand these.

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14:00 – 15:30 Room: O27 2203

Tutorial 2: A Business Process is more than a Workflow — Part 1

Jan L.G. Dietz, TU Delft, The Netherlands
Linda Terlouw, Icris BV, The Netherlands

Current approaches (methods, techniques, languages) to business process modeling hardly distinguish between business processes and workflows. Examples of these approaches are Flowcharts, Petri Nets, YAWL, EPC, BPMN, BPEL, UML, and IDEF0. However, reducing a business process to a workflow is only acceptable in the final stage of (re-) designing and (re-) engineering business processes, i.e. the stage at which the process is going to be implemented. As will be demonstrated and clarified, workflow models are hopelessly unsuitable for (re-) designing and (re-) engineering business processes. First, the sheer size of workflow model representations (easily running into dozens of pages) as well as the degree of detail prohibits a normal human being to understand and to overlook the modeled process. Second, workflow models do not show the deep structure of the modeled business processes, i.e. the tree structures of transactions. Third, workflow models do not make a distinction between the essential, ontological, parts of a business process and the supporting infological and datalogical parts. These drawbacks make the validation of process models virtually impossible.

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16:00 – 17:30 Room: O27 2203

Tutorial 2: A Business Process is more than a Workflow — Part 2

Jan L.G. Dietz, TU Delft, The Netherlands
Linda Terlouw, Icris BV, The Netherlands

Current approaches (methods, techniques, languages) to business process modeling hardly distinguish between business processes and workflows. Examples of these approaches are Flowcharts, Petri Nets, YAWL, EPC, BPMN, BPEL, UML, and IDEF0. However, reducing a business process to a workflow is only acceptable in the final stage of (re-) designing and (re-) engineering business processes, i.e. the stage at which the process is going to be implemented. As will be demonstrated and clarified, workflow models are hopelessly unsuitable for (re-) designing and (re-) engineering business processes. First, the sheer size of workflow model representations (easily running into dozens of pages) as well as the degree of detail prohibits a normal human being to understand and to overlook the modeled process. Second, workflow models do not show the deep structure of the modeled business processes, i.e. the tree structures of transactions. Third, workflow models do not make a distinction between the essential, ontological, parts of a business process and the supporting infological and datalogical parts. These drawbacks make the validation of process models virtually impossible.

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11:15 – 12:45 Room: O27 2203

Tutorial 3: An Introduction to BPMN 2.0

Hagen Voelzer, IBM Research, Zurich, Switzerland

The Business Process Modeling Notation (BPMN) aims at providing a notation for processes and interactions that is readily understandable by business analysts as well as technical developers. Version 2.0 consolidates the previous version and adds new features:

  • A graphical notation for modeling choreographies and conversations,
  • A metamodel and accompanying interchange format,
  • An execution semantics for all modeling elements.
  • A visual model and accompanying interchange format,
  • A mapping from a BPMN subset to WS-BPEL

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14:00 – 15:30 Room: O27 2203

Tutorial 4: Enabling Flexibility in Process-aware Information Systems Challenges, Paradigms, Technologies — Part 1

Barbara Weber, University of Innsbruck Austria
Manfred Reichert, Ulm University, Germany

Process-aware information systems (PAIS) must be able to deal with uncertainty, exceptional situations, and environmental changes. Needed business agility is often hindered by the lacking flexibility of existing PAIS. Once a process is implemented, its logic cannot be adapted or refined anymore, and no flexibilty is provided to users. This often leads to rigid behavior or gaps between real-world processes and implemented ones. In response to this drawback, different paradigms and technologies for realizing flexible PAIS (e.g., adaptive processes, declarative workflows, case handling) have emerged. Using real-world cases, this tutorial presents a detailed review of the challenges that exist for flexible PAISs, and it gives detailed insights into paradigms and technologies for their realization. Our approach is to present real-world needs and then to deliberate on various developments from academia and industry in terms of their closeness to these needs, thus identifying open questions where relevant.

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16:00 – 17:30 Room: O27 2203

Tutorial 4: Enabling Flexibility in Process-aware Information Systems Challenges, Paradigms, Technologies — Part 2

Barbara Weber, University of Innsbruck Austria
Manfred Reichert, Ulm University, Germany

Process-aware information systems (PAIS) must be able to deal with uncertainty, exceptional situations, and environmental changes. Needed business agility is often hindered by the lacking flexibility of existing PAIS. Once a process is implemented, its logic cannot be adapted or refined anymore, and no flexibilty is provided to users. This often leads to rigid behavior or gaps between real-world processes and implemented ones. In response to this drawback, different paradigms and technologies for realizing flexible PAIS (e.g., adaptive processes, declarative workflows, case handling) have emerged. Using real-world cases, this tutorial presents a detailed review of the challenges that exist for flexible PAISs, and it gives detailed insights into paradigms and technologies for their realization. Our approach is to present real-world needs and then to deliberate on various developments from academia and industry in terms of their closeness to these needs, thus identifying open questions where relevant.

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Workshops

Session 1
12th International Workshop on Reference Modelling (RefMod'09)

The Workshop starts at 14 o'clock in the afternoon. Please visit WS-Session 3 and WS-Session 4 for more information.

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09:00 – 10:30 Room: O27 123

Session 1: Welcome and Keynote
1st International Workshop on Empirical Research in Business Process (ER-BPM'09)

Introduction: B. Mutschler, J. Recker and R. Wieringa

„Welcome to ER-BPM 2009“ [30 minutes]

Keynote: A. Dreiling (SAP Research)

“Rigor versus Relevance? Avoiding past mistakes while doing empirical research in BPM” [60 minutes]

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09:00 – 10:30 Room: O27 2203

Session 1: Welcome and Keynote (Chair: Michael Rosemann)
5th International Workshop on Business Process Design (BPD'09)

Introduction: Selma Limam Mansar, Michael Rosemann and Hajo Reijers
„Welcome to BPD'09“

Keynote: Rob Davis, IDS Scheer, UK

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09:00 – 10:30 Room: O27 2202

Session 1
3rd International Workshop on Collaborative Business Processes (CBP'09)

Introduction to CBP 2009

Talk 1: Byoung Kyu Choi, Duckwoong Lee, and Dong Hun Kang
„HLA/RTI-based BPM Middleware for Collaborative Business Process“

Talk 2: Marco Rospocher, Chiara Di Francescomarino, Chiara Ghidini, Luciano Serafini, and Paolo Tonella
„Collaborative Specification of Semantically Annotated Business Processes“

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09:00 – 10:00 Room: O28 1002

Session 1: Welcome and Talk
3rd International Workshop on Process-oriented information systems in healthcare (ProHealth'09)

Welcome [5 minutes]

Invited Talk: Paolo Terenziani

“A hybrid multi-layered approach to the integration of Workflow and Clinical Guideline approaches” [55 minutes]

10:00 – 10:30 Room: O28 1002

Session 2 (part 1): Utilizing clinical semantics for IT support (chair: Paul de Clercq)
3rd International Workshop on Process-oriented information systems in healthcare (ProHealth'09)

Talk: Johny Ghattas, Mor Peleg, Pnina Soffer and Yaron Denekamp

„Learning the Context of a Clinical Process“ [30 minutes]

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09:00 – 10:30 Room: O28 H21

Session 1: Introductory (Chair: Jan Mendling)
5th International Workshop on Business Process Intelligence (BPI '09)

Keynote: Joachim Herbst

“Process Management Challenges and Solutions in the Automotive Electrics/Electronics”

Talk: Johny Ghattas, Pnina Soffer and Mor Peleg

„A Formal Model for Process Context Learning“

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09:00 – 10:30 Room: O27 121

Session 1
2nd International Workshop on Business Process Management and Social Software (BPMS2 '09)

Introduction: Selmin Nurcan, Rainer Schmidt

Keynote

Talk: Rania Khalaf, Revathi Subramanian, Thomas Mikalsen, Matthew Duftler, Judah Diament, Ignacio Silva-Lepe
„Enabling Community Participation for Workflows Through Extensibility and Sharing“

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09:00 – 10:30 Room: O27 122

Session 1
2nd International Workshop on Event-Driven Business Process Management (edBPM'09)

Introduction
[30 minutes]

Keynote
[60 minutes]

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Session 2
12th International Workshop on Reference Modelling (RefMod'09)

The Workshop starts at 14 o'clock in the afternoon. Please visit WS-Session 3 and WS-Session 4 for more information.

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11:00 – 12:30 Room: O27 123

Session 2: Empirical Foundation of BPM
1st International Workshop on Empirical Research in Business Process (ER-BPM'09)

Talk 1: S. Meerkamm

„The Concept of Process Management in Theory and Praxis – A Qualitative Analysis“ [30 minutes]

Talk 2: S. Koster, M.-E. Iacob, and L. F. Pires

„An Evaluation Framework for Business
Process Management Products“ [30 minutes]

Talk 3: J. Ricken and M. Petit

“Requirements for BPM-SOA Methodologies: Results
from an Empirical Study of Industrial Practice” [30 minutes]

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11:00 – 12:30 Room: O27 2203

Session 2: Paper Session I (Chair: Selma Limam Mansar)
5th International Workshop on Business Process Design (BPD'09)

Talk 1: Andreas Gehlert, Olha Olha Danylevych and Dimka Karastoyanova
„From Requirements to Executable Processes. A Literature Study“

Talk 2: Krishnendu Kunti, Ujval Mysore and Apeksha Apeksha
„Designing Generic Business Processes based on SOA: An Approach and a Use Case“

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11:00 – 12:30 Room: O27 2202

Session 2
3rd International Workshop on Collaborative Business Processes (CBP'09)

Talk 1: Pablo David Villarreal, Ivanna Lazarte, Jorge Roa, and Omar Chiotti
„A Modeling Approach for Collaborative Business Processes based on the UP-ColBPIP Language“

Talk 2: Bernardo Yahya, Hyerim Bae, and JoonSoo Bae
„Process design selection using proximity score measurement“

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11:00 – 12:30 Room: O28 1002

Session 2 (part 2): Utilizing clinical semantics for IT support (chair: Paul de Clercq)
3rd International Workshop on Process-oriented information systems in healthcare (ProHealth'09)

Talk 1: Christoph P. Neumann and Richard Lenz

„A Light-Weight System Extension Supporting Document-based Processes in Healthcare“ [30 minutes]

Talk 2: Christoph P. Neumann and Richard Lenz
„alpha-Flow: A Document-based Approach to Inter-Institutional Process Support in Healthcare“ [30 minutes]

Talk 3: Hans-Georg Fill and Ilona Reischl
“An Approach for Managing Clinical Trial Applications using Semantic Information Models” [30 minutes]

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11:00 – 12:30 Room: O28 H21

Session 2: Optimization (Chair: Anne Rozinat)
5th International Workshop on Business Process Intelligence (BPI '09)

Talk 1: Markus Kress and Detlef Seese

„Autonomous Optimization of Business Processes“

Talk 2: Asvin Goel, Volker Gruhn, and Thomas Richter
„Mobile Workforce Scheduling Problem With Multitask-Processes“

Talk 3: Joyce Nakatumba and Wil M.P. van der Aalst
“Analyzing Resource Behavior Using Process Mining”

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11:00 – 12:30 Room: O27 121

Session 2
2nd International Workshop on Business Process Management and Social Software (BPMS2 '09)

Talk 1: Antonio Rito Silva, Rachid Meziani, Rodrigo Magalhaes, David Martinho, Ademar Aguiar and Nuno Flores
„AGILIPO: Embedding Social Software Features into Business Process Tools“

Talk 2: Marcello Sarini, Federica Durante, and Alessandro Gabbiadini
„Workflow Management Social Systems: a new socio-psychological perspective on process management“

Talk 3: Giorgio Bruno
„Requirements Elicitation as a Case of Social Process: an Approach to its Description“

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11:00 – 12:30 Room: O27 122

Session 2
2nd International Workshop on Event-Driven Business Process Management (edBPM'09)

Talk 1: Nancy Alexopoulou, Mara Nikolaidou, Dimosthenis Anagnostopoulos and Drakoulis Martakos
„An Event-Driven Modeling Approach for Dynamic Human-Intensive Business Processes“

Talk 2: Lucas Meertens, Maria-Eugenia Iacob and Silja Eckartz
„Feasibility of EPC to BPEL Model Transformations based on Ontology and Patterns“

Talk 3: Oliver Kopp, Matthias Wieland and Frank Leymann
„External and Internal Events in EPCs: e2EPCs“

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14:00 – 15:30 Room: O27 2201

Session 3
12th International Workshop on Reference Modelling (RefMod'09)

Welcome: Patrick Delfmann

[10 minutes]

Talk 1: Sebastian Herwig and Armin Stein

“Enabling Widespread Configuration of Conceptual Models - An XML Approach” [40 minutes]

Talk 2: Jan vom Brocke and Birgit Hofreiter

„On the Contribution of Reference Modeling to e-Business Standardization - How to Apply Design Techniques of Reference Modeling to UN/CEFACT's Modeling Methodology“ [40 minutes]

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14:00 – 15:30 Room: O27 123

Session 3: Process Modelling
1st International Workshop on Empirical Research in Business Process (ER-BPM'09)

Talk 1: J. Melcher, J. Mendling, H. Reijers and D. Seese

“On Measuring the Understandability of Process Models” [30 minutes]

Talk 2: A. Großkopf, J. Edelman, and M. Weske

“Tangible Business Process Modeling -
Methodology and Experiment Design” [30 minutes]

Talk 3: D. Fahland, J. Mendling, H. Reijers, B. Weber, M. Weidlich and S. Zugal

„Declarative versus Imperative Process Modeling Languages: The Issue of Maintainability“ [30 minutes]

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Session 3: Paper Session II (part 1) (Chair: Michael Rosemann)
5th International Workshop on Business Process Design (BPD'09)

Talk 1: Vera Kuenzle and Manfred Reichert

“Integrating Users in Object-aware Process Management Systems: Issues and Challenges”

Talk 2: Ahmed Awad, Gero Decker and Niels Lohmann

“Diagnosing and Repairing Data Anomalies in Process Models”

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14:00 – 15:30 Room: O27 2202

Session 3
3rd International Workshop on Collaborative Business Processes (CBP'09)

Keynote: Dr. Alexander Dreiling, SAP

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14:00 – 15:30 Room: O28 1002

Session 3: Healhcare process design and quality assessment (chair: Richard Lenz)
3rd International Workshop on Process-oriented information systems in healthcare (ProHealth'09)

Talk 1: Hajo Reijers, Nick Russell, Simone Van der Geer and Gertruud Krekels

“Workflow for Healthcare: A Methodology for Realizing Flexible Medical Treatment Processes” [30 minutes]

Talk 2: Mariska Netjes, Ronny Mans, Hajo Reijers and Wil van der Aalst

“BPR Best Practices for the Healthcare Domain” [30 minutes]

Talk 3: Elske Ammenwerth, Ruth Breu and Barbara Paech

„User-oriented Quality Assessment of IT-supported Healthcare Processes – a Position paper“ [30 minutes]

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14:00 – 15:30 Room: O28 H21

Session 3: Visualization (Chair: Diogo Ferreira)
5th International Workshop on Business Process Intelligence (BPI '09)

Talk 1: Thomas Heer, Christoph Außem, and René Wörzberger

„Flexible Multi-Dimensional Visualization of Process Enactment Data“

Talk 2: B.F. van Dongen and A. Adriansyah
„Process Mining: Fuzzy Clustering and Performance Visualization“

Talk 3: Ahmed Awad and Mathias Weske
“Visualization of Compliance Violation in Business Process Models”

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14:00 – 15:30 Room: O27 121

Session 3
2nd International Workshop on Business Process Management and Social Software (BPMS2 '09)

Talk 1: Rainer Schmidt, Frank Dengler, Axel Kieninger
„Co-Creation of Value in IT Service Processes using Semantic MediaWiki“

Talk 2: Michael Prilla
„Models, Social Tagging and Knowledge Management – A fruitful Combination for Process Improvement“

Talk 3: Ben Jennings
„Micro Workflow Gestural Analysis: Representation in Social Business Processes“

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14:00 – 15:30 Room: O27 122

Session 3
2nd International Workshop on Event-Driven Business Process Management (edBPM'09)

Talk 1: Alexandre Alves
„New Event-Processing Design Patterns using CEP“

Talk 2: Wei Zhou and Selwyn Piramuthu
„Health Care Process Mining with RFID“

Talk 3: Seyed Hossein Siadat and Mariagrazia Fugini
„SLA Contract for Cross-layer Monitoring and Adaptation“

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16:00 – 17:30 Room: O27 2201

Session 4
12th International Workshop on Reference Modelling (RefMod'09)

Talk 1: Werner Esswein, Jeannette Stark and Sina Lehrmann

“The Potential of Reference Modeling for Simulating Mobile Construction Machinery” [40 minutes]

Talk 2: Volker Hoyer, Katarina Stanoevska-Slabeva and Jan vom Brocke

“On the Contribution of Reference Modeling for Organizing Enterprise Mashup Environments” [40 minutes]

Final Discussion [10 minutes]

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16:00 – 17:30 Room: O27 123

Session 4: Other Issues
1st International Workshop on Empirical Research in Business Process (ER-BPM'09)

Talk 1: V. Gruhn and R. Laue

“A Comparison of Soundness Results Obtained
by Different Approaches” [30 minutes]

Talk 2: J. Melcher and D. Seese

“Empirical Analysis of a Proposed Process Granularity Heuristic” [30 minutes]

Demo 1: A. Großkopf, J. Brunnert, S. Wehrmeyer and M. Weske

“BPMNCommunity.org: A Forum for Process Modeling Practitioners - A Data Repository for Empirical BPM Research” [15 minutes]

Demo 2: P. Dadam, M. Reichert, S. Rinderle-Ma, A. Lanz,
R. Pryss, M. Predeschly, J. Kolb, L. T. Ly, M. Jurisch,
M. Kreher, and K. Göser

“From ADEPT to AristaFlow BPM Suite: A Research Vision has become Reality” [15 minutes]

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16:00 – 17:30 Room: O27 2203

Session 4: Paper Session II (part 2) (Chair: Michael Rosemann)
5th International Workshop on Business Process Design (BPD'09)

Talk 1: Christoph Rosenkranz, Stefan Seidel, Jan Mendling, Markus Schäfermeyer and Jan Recker
“Towards a Framework for Business Process Standardization”

Talk 2: Selma Limam Mansar, Michael Rosemann, Hajo Reijers

“Business Process Design – Lessons Learnt and Where from here?”

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Session 4
3rd International Workshop on Collaborative Business Processes (CBP'09)

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16:00 – 17:45 Room: O28 1002

Session 4: Verification and testing of healthcare process models (chair: Mor Peleg)
3rd International Workshop on Process-oriented information systems in healthcare (ProHealth'09)

Talk 1: Keith Miller and Wendy MacCaull
“Verification of Careflow Management Systems with Timed BDI-CTL Logic” [30 minutes]

Talk 2: R.S. Mans, Wil van der Aalst, Nick Russell, Piet Bakker and Arnold Moleman

“Process-Aware Information System Development for the Healthcare Domain - Consistency, Reliability, and Effectiveness” [30 minutes]

Talk 3: Leon Osterweil, Lori Clarke and George Avrunin

“An Integrated Collection of Tools for Continuously Improving the Processes by Which Health Care is Delivered: A Tool Report” [20 minutes]

Final Discussion [10 minutes]

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16:00 – 17:30 Room: O28 H21

Session 4: Clustering and Segmentation (Chair: Barbara Weber)
5th International Workshop on Business Process Intelligence (BPI '09)

Talk 1: Gabriel M. Veiga and Diogo R. Ferreira

„Understanding Spaghetti Models with Sequence Clustering for ProM“

Talk 2: Christian W. Günther, Anne Rozinat, and Wil M.P. van der Aalst
„ Activity Mining by Global Trace Segmentation“

Talk 3: R.P. Jagadeesh Chandra Bose and Wil M.P. van der Aalst
„ Trace Clustering Based on Conserved Patterns: Towards Achieving Better Process Models”

Closing Discussions

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16:00 – 17:30 Room: O27 121

Session 4
2nd International Workshop on Business Process Management and Social Software (BPMS2 '09)

Brainstorming and Discussion

Farewell

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16:00 – 17:30 Room: O27 122

Session 4
2nd International Workshop on Event-Driven Business Process Management (edBPM'09)

Talk: Oana Nicolae, Gerd Wagner and Jens Werner
„Towards an Executable Semantics for Activities using Discrete Event Simulation“ [30 minutes]

Plenary Discussion [60 minutes]

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Demonstrations

17:30 — 19:00

Demonstration Session

On Tuesday, there are short ("appetizer" or overview) demos. They are given in different rooms in parallel and are repeated every 20 minutes; i.e., every visitor has the chance to see up to 4 demos in full length.

On Wednesday, in parallel to the main conference track, we give participants the opportunity to get more detailed demonstrations of the tools. Each tool will be presented up to one and a half hours in room O28 H21 from 11:00 to 17:30. A schedule will be published at the entry of the room.

In addition to these "official" demonstrations, there are certainly many possibilities to find a place close-by the lecture rooms for giving private demos using your own laptop.

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16:00 — 17:30

Demonstration Session 2

17:00 — 17:30 Room: O28 H22

BizAgi: Data Oriented Processes

Abstract:

A traditional requirement of Process modeling is to be able to model the data that is created, manipulated, and used during the execution of a Process.
Process interaction is really difficult to represent in a single model; different types of diagrams in BPMN 2.0 deal with this problem, but there are still deficiencies in the data perspective and how the processes link to each other.
Modeling processes from the data perspective will create simpler maintainable models, provide integrity checking mechanisms and support distributed systems that go well beyond input/output sets and independent DataStore references.

Panels

16:00 — 17:00 Room: O28 H22

Panel: Why aren’t BPM approaches taking Center-Stage for managing Regulatory Compliance?

BPM Researchers and opinion leaders are fairly unanimous regarding the value of BPM approaches and tools for ensuring smarter and efficient compliance to the different regulatory requirements faced by an organization (eg, SOX, HIPAA etc). The scenarios discussed include the use of process modeling tools to validate compliance during design-time; BPM engines and process monitoring for dynamic compliance during run-time; post-event compliance tracking for audits etc.

Panel Members:
Jude Fernandez (panel anchor)
Hajo Reijers
Jordan van Vilsteren
Francisco Curbera
Keerthana Mainkar
Represantive of Tibco

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Dinners

19:30

Welcome Dinner

Location: BellaVista

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20:30

Steering Commitee

Location:

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19:30

Conference Dinner

Location: Stadthaus

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Farewell

14:30 — 15:00 Room: O28 H22

Farewell

Conference closing