By Stefano Ceri, Marco Brambilla (auth.), Barbara Pernici (eds.)

This e-book constitutes the court cases of the twenty second overseas convention on complex info structures Engineering, CAiSE 2010, held im Hammamet, Tunisia, in June 2010. The 39 papers provided have been conscientiously reviewed and chosen from 299 submissions. the subjects coated are company strategy modeling, info platforms caliber, carrier modelling, safety administration, matching and mining, case reviews and reviews, conceptual modelling, edition, requisites, and approach research. moreover this quantity comprises keynote papers and the summary of a panel dialogue.

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Tari, Z. ) OTM 2007, Part I. LNCS, vol. 4803, pp. 59–76. com Abstract. We identify the success factors of collaborative modeling of business processes by a qualitative analysis of the experiences of participants in group modeling sessions. The factors and their relations form a preliminary theoretical model of collaboration in modeling that extends existing models. The insights from this guided the improvement of a group modeling method and tool support which are in turn relevant outcomes of the design part of this study.

In the second case, the change process (node 16) is executed after the approval (node 15). However, another approval activity (node 17) is executed afterwards, that is directly followed by the integration. According to the interpretation from Def. 1, c5 is also satisfied in the second case. 5 Discussion and Validation Generally, different scenarios of integrating business processes and compliance rules are conceivable. At the one side of the spectrum, all relevant compliance rules might be integrated (as far as possible) within the process model.

At the end the facilitator will show the average scores of all teams on the big screen. The model with the highest score is chosen and becomes the new version of the group model. Step 3: Consolidate the best proposal (factor integration). In this step the best proposal is adapted according to input from the participants. This is similar to model elicitation in conventional sessions but the facilitator here has already an almost finished model available and can concentrate on fine-tuning it. The model is visible on the big screen (and also the facilitator’s changes) and participants can discuss in the large group to resolve remaining issues.

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