Business information systems : 10th international conference, BIS 2007, Poznań, Poland, April 25-27, 2007. proceedings / Witold Abramowicz, ed.
Contributor(s): Abramowicz, WitoldMaterial type: TextSeries: SerienbezeichnungLecture notes in computer science: 4439.Publisher: New York : Springer, ©2007Description: 1 online resource (xv, 654 pages) : illustrationsContent type: text Media type: computer Carrier type: online resourceISBN: 9783540720355; 3540720359; 3540720340; 9783540720348; 661093715X; 9786610937158Subject(s): Business -- Data processing -- Congresses | Information storage and retrieval systems -- Congresses | COMPUTERS -- Management Information Systems | Information storage and retrieval systems | Business -- Data processing | Informatique | Business -- Data processing | Information storage and retrieval systems | computers | samenleving | society | informatieontsluiting | information retrieval | informatieopslag | information storage | informatiesystemen | information systems | internet | computerwetenschappen | computer sciences | bedrijfsinformatiesystemen | management information systems | datamining | data mining | Information and Communication Technology (General) | Informatie- en communicatietechnologie (algemeen)Genre/Form: Electronic books. | Conference papers and proceedings. Additional physical formats: Print version:: Business information systems.DDC classification: 658.4/038011 LOC classification: HF5548.2 | .I463 2007ebOther classification: F270. 7-532 | F716-532 Online resources: Click here to access online
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Cover -- Table of Contents -- Keynote -- Security Issues for the Use of Semantic Web in E-Commerce -- Business Process Management -- Automatic Merging of Work Items in Business Process Management Systems -- Complex Events in Business Processes -- Collaborative E-Business Process Modelling: A Holistic Analysis Framework Focused on Small and Medium-Sized Enterprises -- A Conceptual Framework for Composition in Business Process Management -- Process Dependencies and Process Interference Rules for Analyzing the Impact of Failure in a Service Composition Environment -- A Survey of Comparative Business Process Modeling Approaches -- Web Services -- Web Service Discovery Based on Past User Experience -- The Service Modeling Process Based on Use Case Refactoring -- Scenarios and Techniques for Choreography Design -- Web Service-Based Specification and Implementation of Functional Components in Federated ERP-Systems -- SEEMP: Meaningful Service-Based Collaboration Among Labour Market Actors -- Towards a Digital Content Services Design Based on Triple Space -- Evaluating Quality of Web Services: A Risk-Driven Approach -- Proposal of an Architecture for a Biometrics Grid -- Ontologies -- An Ontology Slicing Method Based on Ontology Definition Metamodel -- Facilitating Business Interoperability from the Semantic Web -- Efficient Automatic Selection of Semantically-Annotated Building Blocks for ERPs Customizing -- Towards Ontology-Driven Information Systems: Redesign and Formalization of the REA Ontology -- ProdLight: A Lightweight Ontology for Product Description Based on Datatype Properties -- A Context-Based Enterprise Ontology -- Extracting Violent Events From On-Line News for Ontology Population -- Improving the Accuracy of Job Search with Semantic Techniques -- Ontology-Based User Profiling -- Information Retrieval -- Xistree: Bottom-Up Method of XML Indexing -- Efficient Algorithms for Spatial Configuration Information Retrieval -- String Distance Metrics for Reference Matching and Search Query Correction -- Natural Language Technology for Information Integration in Business Intelligence -- Semantic Similarity Measure of Polish Nouns Based on Linguistic Features -- Automatic Document Structure Detection for Data Integration -- Bottom-Up Discovery of Clusters of Maximal Ranges in HTML Trees for Search Engines Results Extraction -- Usability of GeoWeb Sites: Case Study of Czech Regional Authorities Web Sites -- System Design -- Supporting Use-Case Reviews -- Investigation of Application Specific Metrics to Data Quality Assessment -- Tool-Supported Method for the Extraction of OCL from ORM Models -- Agents And Mobile Applications -- Model-Driven Architecture for Mobile Applications -- Automated Integration Tests for Mobile Applications in Java 2 Micro Edition -- Pitfalls of Agent System Development on the Basis of a Travel Support System -- Anticipative Agent Based System Synchronization Example -- Ubiquitous Commerce Business Models Based on Ubiquitous Media -- Context-Awareness in Mobile Service Meets Fine Location Estimate -- Decision Support -- Adaptive Fuzzy Inventory Control Algorithm for Replenishment Process Optimization in an Uncertain Environment -- Post De.
BIS 2007 was the tenth in a series of international conferences on business information systems. The conference took place in Poznan, where it started in 1997. From the very beginning it has been recognized by professionals as a forum for the exchange and dissemination of topical research in the development, implementation, application and improvement of computer systems for business processes. The theme of this jubilee conference was?Semantic Integration of Data and Processes across Enterprises and Societies.? The material collected in this volume covers research trends as well as current achievements and cutting-edge developments in the area of modern business information systems. A set of 51 papers were selected for the presentation during the main event and grouped around conference topics: Business Process Management, Web Services, Ontologies, Information Retrieval, System Design, Agents and Mobile Applications, Decision Support, Social Issues, Specific MIS Issues. The Program Committee consisted of almost 100 members that carefully evaluated all the submitted papers. This year their work was significantly harder as the number of submissions doubled compared to BIS 2006. As in previous years, they were supported by an online transparent review system. Once again we observed an increase in the quality of the reviews, thus sustaining the fairness of the final acceptance decisions. It not only raised the quality of the conference, but also positively affected the work of authors.