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The Practice of Enterprise Modeling
Robert Buchmann, Dimitris Karagiannis, Marite Kirikova
Front Matter

Business Process Modeling


Formalising BPMN Service Interaction Patterns
Chiara Muzi, Luise Pufahl, Lorenzo Rossi, Mathias Weske, Francesco Tiezzi
3-20
Toward Requirements-Driven Design of Visual Modeling Languages
Jens Gulden, Eric Yu
21-36
A Method to Enable Ability-Based Human Resource Allocation in Business Process Management Systems
Jonnro Erasmus, Irene Vanderfeesten, Traganos Konstantinos, Xavier Jie-A-Looi, Ad Kleingeld, Paul Grefen
37-52

Model Derivation


Grass-Root Enterprise Modeling: Issues and Potentials of Retrieving Models from Powerpoint
Achim Reiz, Kurt Sandkuhl, Alexander Smirnov, Nikolay Shilov
55-70
A Machine Learning Based Approach to Application Landscape Documentation
Jörg Landthaler, Ömer Uludağ, Gloria Bondel, Ahmed Elnaggar, Saasha Nair, Florian Matthes
71-85
Case and Activity Identification for Mining Process Models from Middleware
Saimir Bala, Jan Mendling, Martin Schimak, Peter Queteschiner
86-102

Collaboration Modeling


Conceptualising Gamification Risks to Teamwork within Enterprise
Abdullah Algashami, Sainabou Cham, Laura Vuillier, Angelos Stefanidis, Keith Phalp, Raian Ali
105-120
A Composition Method to Model Collective Behavior
Junsup Song, Moonkun Lee
121-137
DEMO and the Story-Card Method: Requirements Elicitation for Agile Software Development at Scale
Marné Vries
138-153

Reviews and Analyses of Modeling Methods


Adaptive Case Management - A Review of Method Support
Birger Lantow
157-171
Metamodel-Based Analysis of Domain-Specific Conceptual Modeling Methods
Dominik Bork
172-187
Towards a Framework for Shaping & Forming Enterprise Capabilities
Mohammad Danesh, Eric Yu
188-202

Semantics and Reasoning


Reconciling Practice and Rigour in Ontology-Based Heterogeneous Information Systems Construction
Carme Quer, Xavier Franch, Cristina Palomares, Andreas Falkner, Alexander Felfernig, Davide Fucci, Walid Maalej, Jennifer Nerlich, Mikko Raatikainen, Gottfried Schenner, Martin Stettinger, Juha Tiihonen
205-220
An Agile and Ontology-Aided Modeling Environment
Emanuele Laurenzi, Knut Hinkelmann, Alta Merwe
221-237
Modeling and Reasoning About Privacy-Consent Requirements
Marco Robol, Elda Paja, Mattia Salnitri, Paolo Giorgini
238-254

Experience Reports


Enterprise Modelling in the Age of Digital Transformation
Bas Van Gils, Henderik Proper
257-273
Organizational Value Creation by IT in Industry 4.0
Domonkos Gaspar
274-287
A Case Study on Modeling and Validating Financial Regulations Using (Semi-) Automated Compliance Framework
Suman Roychoudhury, Sagar Sunkle, Namrata Choudhary, Deepali Kholkar, Vinay Kulkarni
288-302
Enterprise Modeling at the Work System Level: Evidence from Four Cases at DHL Express Europe
Thomas Köhler, Steven Alter, Brian Cameron
303-318

Teaching Challenges


Learning from Errors: Error-based Exercises in Domain Modelling Pedagogy
Daria Bogdanova, Monique Snoeck
321-334
Discovering the Impact of Students’ Modeling Behavior on their Final Performance
Galina Deeva, Monique Snoeck, Jochen de Weerdt
335-350

Short Papers


Towards Assessing the Multi-view Modeling Capability of Enterprise Modeling Methods
Afef Awadid, Dominik Bork, Selmin Nurcan
351-361
Toward an Adaptive Enterprise Modelling Platform
Amjad Fayoumi
362-371
OntoREA© Accounting and Finance Model: Hedge Portfolio Representation of Derivatives
Christian Fischer-Pauzenberger, Walter Schwaiger
372-382
Reflections on Using an Architecture Model for Matching Existing Applications to a Radical Business Requirements Change: A Case Study
Debbie Tarenskeen, Stijn Hoppenbrouwers, Rogier Wetering
383-393
Conceptual Modeling to Support the “Larger Goal” Pivot – An Example from Netflix
Vik Pant, Eric Yu
394-403

 


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