Research Program

The 2010 Edition of the Business Process Management Conference has a highly competitive research program. We received more than 150 submissions out of which 21 were selected for presentation and publication in the conference proceedings through a rigorous peer-review process. This places the acceptance rate of the conference at a highly selective 14%. The following papers have been accepted for the research program of BPM 2010:

Tuesday, September 14, 2010

Business Process Design

  • From Informal Process Diagrams To Formal Process Models
    Debdoot Mukherjee, Pankaj Dhoolia, Saurabh Sinha, Aubrey J. Rembert and Mangala Gowri Nanda
  • Machine-Assisted Design of Business Process Models Using Descriptor Space Analysis
    Maya Lincoln, Mati Golani and Avigdor Gal
    Presentation Slides (PDF)
  • Impact of Granularity on Adjustment Behavior in Adaptive Reuse of Business Process Models
    Oliver Holschke
    To obtain the presentation slides, please contact the presenter.

People and Processes

  • From People to Services to UI: Distributed Orchestration of User Interfaces
    Florian Daniel, Stefano Soi, Stefano Tranquillini, Fabio Casati, Heng Chang and Yan Li
  • A Collaborative Approach to Maturing Process-Related Knowledge
    Hans Friedrich Witschel, Bo Hu, Uwe Riss, Barbara Thönssen, Roman Brun, Andreas Martin and Knut Hinkelmann
  • Self-adjusting Recommendations for People-driven Ad-hoc Processes
    Christoph Dorn, Thomas Burkhart, Dirk Werth and Schahram Dustdar

Semantics

Wednesday, September 15, 2010

Process Mining

  • Trace Alignment in Process Mining: Opportunities for Process Diagnostics
    Jagadeesh Chandra Bose Rantham Prabhakara and Wil M. P van der Aalst
  • A fresh look at Precision in Process Conformance
    Jorge Muñoz-Gama and Josep Carmona
    Presentation Slides (PDF)
  • Content-Aware Resolution Sequence Mining for Ticket Routing
    Peng Sun, Shu Tao, Xifeng Yan, Nikos Anerousis and Yi Chen

BPM in Practice

  • BPM in Practice: Who Is Doing What?
    Hajo A. Reijers, Sander van Wijk, Bela Mutschler and Maarten Leurs
    Presentation Slides (PDF)
  • How Novices Model Business Processes
    Jan Recker, Niz Safrudin and Michael Rosemann
    Presentation Slides (PDF)
  • IT Requirements of Business Process Management in Practice – An Empirical Study
    Susanne Patig, Vanessa Casanova-Brito and Barbara Vögeli
    To obtain the presentation slides, please contact the presenter.

Thursday, September 16, 2010

Correctness

  • Correctness Ensuring Process Configuration: An Approach Based on Partner Synthesis
    Wil van der Aalst, Niels Lohmann, Marcello La Rosa and Jingxin Xu
    Presentation Slides (PDF)
  • How to Implement a Theory of Correctness in the Area of Business Processes and Services
    Niels Lohmann and Karsten Wolf
    Presentation Slides (Slideshare)
  • Deciding Behaviour Compatibility of Complex Correspondences between Process Models
    Matthias Weidlich, Remco Dijkman and Mathias Weske
    Presentation Slides (Slideshare)

Distributed Processes

  • PAPEL: A Language and Model for Provenance-Aware Policy Definition and Execution
    Christoph Ringelstein and Steffen Staab
  • Coordination for Fragmented Loops and Scopes in a Distributed Business Process
    Rania Khalaf and Frank Leymann
  • Value-Oriented Coordination Process Modeling
    Hassan Fatemi, Roel Wieringa and Marten van Sinderen