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26-29 May 2015
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10-01 - Enterprise Modeling


Location: Fürstenberghaus
Address: Domplatz 20-22 48143 Münster Germany
Room: F104
Date: 29 May 09:00 - 10:30


The purpose of this track is to focus on a core topic in business and information systems en- gineering research. Enterprise modeling is an established approach for the conceptual rep- resentation, design, implementation and analysis of information systems and has gained much attention in academia as well as in industry. Enterprise modeling is today of primary importance to develop, analyze and deploy infor- mation systems that operate in today’s user-driven world with massive amounts of ex- changed information. It contributes with the conceptualization, implementation, and use of machine processable languages to facilitate the interaction with complex business and tech- nological scenarios, engage in knowledge management and support organizational engineer- ing. In addition, the development of reference models for selected domains, the design of generic models for enterprise architecture management, and the development of modeling tools are investigated. In this track the discussion shall be fostered both on the foundations and applications in en- terprise modeling, as well as on the model-based development and evolution of enterprise- wide IS from a conceptual / business perspective. For the description of innovative and rigor- ously elaborated research results a wide variety of research methodologies are welcomed including but not limited to design science research, mathematical modeling, simulation, case studies, as well as empirical approaches.


  • Session 1
    • Donnellan, Brian (Maynooth University)

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Type: Complete Research Paper Session: 10-01 - Enterprise Modeling
Track: 10 - Enterprise Modeling
To increase the quality and decrease costs of medical care provision, hospitals apply clinical pathways (CPs) to ‘model’ and manage their processes. Conceptual models of CPs should foster communication between hospital stakeholders, serve as an instrument for quality assurance and optimisation of resource usage, and a foundation for the (re-)design of hospitals’ action and information system ... More
Presented by Monika KACZMAREK, Ulrich FRANK on 29/5/2015 at 10:00
Type: Complete Research Paper Session: 10-01 - Enterprise Modeling
Track: 10 - Enterprise Modeling
Currently, the development and modeling of enterprise architectures is an intensively discussed topic in both science and practice. Process architectures represent a core element in recent enterprise architecture frameworks. With process models being a central means for communicating and documenting the process architectures, both their quality and understandability are decisive. However, the conc ... More
Presented by Daniel BRAUNNAGEL, Florian JOHANNSEN, Susanne LEIST on 29/5/2015 at 7:30
Type: Complete Research Paper Session: 10-01 - Enterprise Modeling
Track: 10 - Enterprise Modeling
Some process algebras were applied to enterprise business modelling for formal specification and verification. However the algebras mostly dealt with stationary cases but the distributed and mobile. π-calculus and mobile ambient can be considered for the distributed and mobile, especially to represent the movements of distributed real-time business processes. However there are some limitations to ... More
Presented by Moonkun LEE on 29/5/2015 at 7:00
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