Table of contents for Business process management : second international conference, BPM 2004, Potsdam, Germany, June 17-18, 2004 ; proceedings / Jčorg Desel, Barbara Pernici, Mathias Weske (eds.).


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Business Process Modeling
Consistency in Model Integration . ..............................     1
   Kees van Hee, Natalia Sidorova, Lou Somers, Marc Voorhoeve

Using TimeNET to Evaluate Operational Planning Processes ..........  17
   Jorn Freiheit, Jonathan Billington

Business Objectives as Drivers for Process Improvement:
Practices and Experiences at Thales Naval The Netherlands (TNNL) ... 33
   Jos J.M. Trienekens, Rob J. Kusters, Ben Rendering, Kees Stokla

Modeling Medical E-services ............ ...       .................... .  49
    Rainer Anzbdck, Schahram Dustdar

Formal Models in Business Process Management

OPCATeam - Collaborative Business Process Modeling with OPM ......   66
    Dov Dori, Dizza Beimel, Eran Toch

On the Semantics of EPCs: A Framework for Resolving the
 Vicious Circle . ................................................... 82
    Ekkart Kindler

Goal-Oriented Business Process Modeling with EPCs and
 Value-Focused'Thinking .......................    ....................  98
    Dina Neiger, Leonid Churilov

Miscellaneous

A Workflow-Oriented System Architecture for the Management of
 Container Transportation ..................   ...... ...... .........   116
    Sarita Bassil, Rudolf K. Keller, Peter Kropf

Business to Business Transaction Modeling and WWW Support ........ 132
    Mateus Barcellos Costa, Rodolfo Ferreira Resende,
    Mirian Halfeld Ferrari Alves, Marcelo Vieira Segatto

Integration of Multi-attributed Negotiations within
 Business Processes .............. ............................ 148
     Carlo Simon, Michael Rebstock




Analysis and Verification of Business Processes

Management of Knowledge Intensive Business Processes ............... 163
   Norbert Gronau, Edzard Weber

SMART: System Model Acquisition from Requirements Text .......... 179
   Dov Dori, Nahum Korda, Avi Soffer, Shalom Cohen

Workload Balancing on Agents for Business Process Efficiency
Based on Stochastic Model ....................................... .  195
   Byung-Hyun Ha, Joonsoo Bae, Suk-Ho Kang

Process Mining

Interactive Workflow Mining ...................................... . 211
   Markus Hammori, Joachim Herbst, Niko Kleiner

Supporting Usage-Centered Workflow Design: Why and How? .......... 227
   Niko Kleiner

Mining Social Networks: Uncovering Interaction Patterns in
Business Processes ................................................ 244
   Wil M.P. van der Aalst, Minseok Song

Workflow Management

Model-Driven Approach to Workflow Execution ...................... 261
   Wonchang Hur, Jae-yoon Jung, Hoontae Kim, Suk-Ho Kang

On Dealing with Structural Conflicts between Process Type and
Instance Changes ................................................ 274
   Stefanie Rinderle, Manfred Reichert, Peter Dadam

Cohesion and Coupling Metrics for Workflow Process Design ........... 290
   Hajo A. Reijers, Irene T.P. Vanderfeesten

Author Index ..............................................    . 307





Library of Congress Subject Headings for this publication: Business Data processing Congresses, Business Data processing Management Congresses, Management information systems Congresses, Workflow Management Congresses