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This book contains the proceedings of two long-running events held along with the CAiSE conference relating to the areas of enterprise, business-process and information systems modeling: * the 21st International Conference on Business Process Modeling, Development and Support, BPMDS 2020, and * the 25th International Conference on Exploring Modeling Methods for Systems Analysis and Development, EMMSAD 2020. The conferences were planned to take place in Grenoble, France, during June 8-9, 2020. They were held virtually due to the COVID-19 pandemic. For BPMDS 13 full papers and 1 short paper were carefully reviewed and selected for publication from a total of 30 submissions; for EMMSAD 11 full papers and 4 short papers were accepted from 29 submissions. The papers were organized in topical sections named as follows: BPMDS: Business process execution and monitoring, BPM applications in industry and practice, planning and scheduling in business processes, process mining, process models and visualizations EMMSAD: Requirements and method engineering, enterprise and business modeling, software-related modeling, domain-specific modeling, evaluation-related research.
This book constitutes the proceedings of the 28th International Conference on Advanced Information Systems Engineering, CAiSE 2016, held in Ljubljana, Slovenia, in June 2016. The 35 papers presented in this volume were carefully reviewed and selected from 211 submissions. The program included the following paper sessions: Collaboration, Business Process Modeling. Innovation, Gamication, Mining and Business Process Performance, Requirements Engineering, Process Mining, Conceptual Modeling, Mining and Decision Support, Cloud and Services, Variability and Configuration, Open Source Software, and Business Process Management.
This book constitutes the proceedings of the CAiSE Forum from the 26th International Conference on Advanced Information Systems Engineering, CAiSE 2014, held in Thessaloniki, Greece, June 2014. The CAiSE 2014 Forum was a place to present and discuss new ideas, emerging topics, and controversial positions, and to demonstrate innovative tools and systems related to information systems engineering. To this end, three types of submissions were invited: visionary papers presenting innovative research projects at an early stage, demo papers describing novel tools and prototypes; and case studies reporting industrial applications. The 17 papers in this volume were carefully reviewed and selected from 45 submissions and include 12 visionary papers, four demo papers, and one case study. The reworked and extended versions of the original presentations cover topics such as business process management, process mining, enterprise architecture and modeling, model-driven development, and requirements engineering.
Requirements engineering has since long acknowledged the importance of the notion that system requirements are stakeholder goals-rather than system functions-and ought to be elicited, modeled and analyzed accordingly. In this book, Nurcan and her co-editors collected twenty contributions from leading researchers in requirements engineering with the intention to comprehensively present an overview of the different perspectives that exist today, in 2010, on the concept of intention in the information systems community. These original papers honor Colette Rolland for her contributions to this field, as she was probably the first to emphasize that 'intention' has to be considered as a first-class concept in information systems engineering. Written by long-term collaborators (and most often friends) of Colette Rolland, this volume covers topics like goal-oriented requirements engineering, model-driven development, method engineering, and enterprise modeling. As such, it is a tour d'horizon of Colette Rolland's lifework, and is presented to her on the occasion of her retirement at CaISE 2010 in Hammamet, the conference she once cofounded and which she helped to grow and prosper for more than 20 years.
This book contains the refereed proceedings of the 14th International Conference on Business Process Modeling, Development and Support (BPMDS 2013) and the 18th International Conference on Exploring Modeling Methods for Systems Analysis and Design (EMMSAD 2013), held together with the 25th International Conference on Advanced Information Systems Engineering (CAiSE 2013) in Valencia, Spain, in June 2013. The 15 full papers, two experience reports, and three idea papers accepted for BPMDS were selected from 54 submissions and cover a wide spectrum of issues related to business process development, modeling, and support. They are grouped into sections on innovative representations for knowledge-intensive processes; business process management in practice; analysis of business process models; model-based business process analysis; flexible business process management; improvement and change patterns; and process model repositories . The 10 full and 2 short papers accepted for EMMSAD were chosen from 27 submissions and focus on exploring, evaluating, and enhancing current information modeling methods and methodologies. They are grouped in sections on advanced modelling; capturing design knowledge; method engineering; modelling process; specialized modelling; and modelling experiences.
This book constitutes the proceedings of the CAiSE Forum from the 23rd International Conference on Advanced Information Systems Engineering (CAiSE 2011), held in London, UK, June 2011. The CAiSE 2011 Forum was a place to present and discuss new ideas, emerging topics, and controversial positions; and to demonstrate innovative tools and systems related to information systems engineering. The 15 papers presented in this volume were carefully reviewed and selected from 46 submissions. The reworked and extended versions of the original presentations cover topics such as business process management, enterprise architecture and modeling, model-driven development, and requirements engineering.