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Program

On this page, you will find the program of the conference (September 6, 7, and 8), and the programs of the workshops (September 5). For direct access, click on the name of the workshop: BPS'05, WSCO4BPM'05, BPI'05, ENEI'05, BPD'05, BPRM'05.
Please note that these are preliminary programs, and that it may have few adjustments.

Keynote speakers

Gustavo Alonso

Gustavo Alonso is professor in the Department of Computer Science at the Swiss Federal Institute of Technology in Zurich (ETHZ). Gustavo Alonso holds degrees in Telecommunications Engineering from the Madrid Technical University (1989) and in computer science (M.S. 1992, Ph.D. 1994) from the University of California at Santa Barbara. After graduating, he was a visiting scientist in the IBM Almaden Research Laboratory in San Jose, California. Currently, Gustavo Alonso leads the Information and Communication Systems Research Group. The research interests of the group include Web Services, grid and cluster computing, databases, workflow management, scientific applications of database and workflow technology (for geographic, astronomical, and biochemical data), pervasive computing and dynamic aspect oriented programming. Gustavo Alonso is co-author of a recently published book on Web Services (Springer Verlag, Berlin 2004, ISBN 3-540-44008-9) and has participated in numerous conferences, panels and projects related to the topic.

Frank Leymann

Frank Leymann is a full professor of computer science and director of the Institute of Architecture of Application Systems at the University of Stuttgart, Germany. His research interests include service oriented computing, workflow- and business process management, transaction processing, and architecture patterns.
Before taking over as a professor, Frank worked for two decades for IBM Software Group building database and middleware products. During that time, he built tools that support conceptual and physical database design for DB2; built performance prediction and monitoring tools for an object database system; co-architected a repository system; built both, a universal relation system as well as a complex object database system on top of DB2; and was co-architect of the MQSeries family. In parallel to that, Frank has worked continuously since the late 1980s on workflow technology and has become the father of IBM's workflow product set.
He was appointed IBM Distinguished Engineer in 2000 and elected member of the IBM Academy of Technology in 1994. As member of the IBM Software Group Architecture Board he contributed to the architecture and strategy of IBM's entire middleware stack as well as IBM's On Demand Computing strategy. From 2000 on, Frank works as co-architect of the Web Service stack. He is co-author of many Web Service specifications, including WSFL, WS-Addressing, WS-Metadata Exchange, WS-Business Agreement, and the WS-Resource Framework set of specifications; together with Satish Thatte, he was the driving force behind BPEL4WS.
Frank published many papers in journals and proceedings, co-authored three text books, and holds a multitude of patents especially in the area of workflow management and transaction processing. He served on program committees and organization committees of many international conferences, and he is editor-in-chief or associated editor of a couple of journals.

Conference program

Day 1, Tuesday September 6, 2005

9:00 - 9:30 Opening
9:30 - 10:30 Keynote talk: Gustavo Alonso
Title: Turning Processes into Mature Programming Tools
Abstract: Business processes and workflows are gaining relevance as development tools in a wide variety of applications (Service Oriented Architectures, Enterprise Application integration, Grid Computing, etc.). Some of the most important limitations of business processes have been resolved by the advent of technologies like Web services and containers (J2EE, .NET) which greatly simplify both the design of the undelying system and the deployment of processes. Yet, there are still a number of old problems and several new ones that still prevent the widespread adoption of business processes as an accepted development paradigm. These include the management of data (one of the major weaknesses of business processes), dealing with new data formats (streams, RSS feeds, standardized XML forms), exception handling, debugging, and the complete software life cycle of processes. In general, these problems have the same root: the failure to see processes as a programming paradigm with all that this implies (semantics, programming constructs, compilers, efficient execution, data types, etc.). In this talk, I would describe how some of the recent technological developments have influenced business process management and discuss what still needs to be done to turn processes into a useful programming paradigm.
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10:30 - 11:00 Coffee break
11:00 - 13:00 Flexible and Dynamic Process Management
Chair: Peter Dadam

Integrating Process Learning and Process Evolution - A Semantics Based Approach
Stefanie Rinderle, Barbara Weber, Manfred Reichert and Werner Wild
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An intuitive formal approach to dynamic workflow modeling and analysis
Jiacun Wang, Daniela Rosca, William Tepfenhart, Allen Milewski and Michael Stoute
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A Flexible Business Process Management using Forward Stepping and Alternative Paths
Mati Golani and Avigdor Gal
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An Analysis and Taxonomy of Unstructured Workflows
Rong Liu and Akhil Kumar
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13:00: 14:00 Lunch break
14:00 - 16:00 Process Models and Languages
Chair: Michael zur Muehlen

Using the Pi-Calculus for Formalizing Workflow Patterns
Frank Puhlmann and Mathias Weske
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Event-based Coordination of Process-oriented Composite Applications
Marlon Dumas, Tore Fjellheim, Stephen Milliner and Julien Vayssiere
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Transforming BPEL to Petri Nets
Sebastian Hinz, Karsten Schmidt and Christian Stahl
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Specifying Web Workflow Services for finding partners in the context of Loose Inter-Organizational Workflow
Andonoff Eric, Bouzguenda Lotfi and Hanachi Chihab
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16:00-16:30 Coffee break
16:30-18:30 Integration
Chair: Domenico Saccà

Behavior based integration of composite business processes
Georg Grossmann, Yikai Ren, Michael Schrefl and Markus Stumptner
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Service Interaction Patterns
Alistair Barros, Marlon Dumas and Arthur ter Hofstede
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Semi-automatic generation of Web services and BPEL processes - A Model-Driven approach
Rainer Anzboeck and Schahram Dustdar
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A Framework for Document-Driven Workflow Systems
Jianrui Wang and Akhil Kumar
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Day 2, Wednesday September 7, 2005

9:00 - 10:00 Keynote talk: Frank Leymann
Title: Flow Technology as Commodity
Abstract: We will briefly review the origin, evolution and direction of Web services and the role flow technology plays in that stack. The concept of "utility computing" and its relation to flow technology is discussed. Conlusions about future thinking about IT are drawn. Selective areas from flow technology that need more attention to meet users' expectations are sketched.
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10:00 - 10:30 Coffee Break
10:30 - 12:30 Industry session
Chair: Schahram Dustdar

A Pathway for Process Improvement Activities in a Production Environment: A Case Study in a Rework Department
Onur Ozkok, Fahri Bugra Camlica, Fatma Pakdil, Tolga Bektas and Imdat Kara
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Modeling and Assessment of Production Printing Workflows Using Petri Nets
Tong Sun and Raju Gottumukkala
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Process Management in Health Care: A System for Preventing Risks and Medical Errors
Ruffolo Massimo, Rosario Curia and Gallucci Lorenzo
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IT Support for Healthcare Processes
Richard Lenz and Manfred Reichert
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From RosettaNet PIPs To BPEL Processes: A Three Level Approach for Business Protocols
Rania Khalaf
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12:30 - 14:00 Lunch break
14:00 - 16:00 Process Analysis and Management
Chair: Marlon Dumas

sPAC (Web SErvices Performance Analysis Center): Performance analysis and estimation tool of web services
Hunggi Song and Kangsun Lee
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Mining Workflow Recovery From Event Based Logs
Walid Gaaloul, Sami Bhiri and Claude Godart
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Mining Hierarchies of Models: From Abstract Views to Concrete Specifications
Gianluigi Greco, Antonella Guzzo and Luigi Pontieri
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Visualisation Support for Managing Large Business Process Specifications
Alexander Streit, Binh Pham and Ross Brown
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16:00 - 22:00 Social event: Art Nouveau visit, and diner in the Grands Salons de l'Hôtel de Ville.

Day 3, Thursday September 8, 2005

9:00 - 10:30 Panel
Panel: Standards, Open Source and BPM
Participants: Gustavo Alonso (ETH Zurich), Peter Furniss (Choreology), Alan Ryckayzen (SAP).
Moderator: Francisco Curbera
10:30 - 11:00 Coffee Break
11:00 - 13:00 Organisational aspects and Mobility
Chair: Farouk Toumani

An Organisational Perspective on Collaborative Business Processes
Xiaohui Zhao, Chengfei Liu and Yun Yang
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Modeling and Analysis of Mobile Service Processes by Example of the Housing Industry
Volker Gruhn, André Khöler and Robert Klawes
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A human-oriented tuning of workflow management systems
Irene Vanderfeesten and Hajo Reijers
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The price of coordination in resource management
Marc Voorhoeve, Kees van Hee, Natalia Sidorova, Jan van de Wal and Alexander Serebrenik
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13:00 - 14:00 Lunch
14:00 - 16:00 Short 1
Chair: Daniela Grigori

Verification of SAP reference models
Boudewijn Frans van Dongen and Monique Vullers - Jansen
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Yet Another Event-Driven Process Chain
Jan Mendling, Gustaf Neumann and Markus Nüttgens
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On the suitability of correctness criteria for business process models
Juliane Dehnert and Armin Zimmermann
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On the semantics of EPCs: Efficient calculation and simulation
Nicolas Cuntz and Ekkart Kindler
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Accelerated Enterprise Process Modeling through a Formalized Functional Typology
Avi Wasser, Maya Lincoln and Reuven Karni

Business Process Modelling and Improvement using TAD Methodology
Nadja Damij and Talib Damij

14:00 - 16:00 Short 2
Chair: Olivier Perrin

An Effective Content Management Methodology for Business Process Management
Young Gil Kim, Chul Young Kim and Sang Chan Park

Introducing Business Process into Legacy Information Systems
Marcos Borges, Andre Vincent, Mari Carmen Penades and Renata Araujo

Using Software Quality Characteristics to Measure Business Process Quality
Onur Demirors and A.Selcuk Guceglioglu
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A Contract Layered Architecture for regulating cross-organisational Business Processes
Moshen Rouached, Olivier Perrin and Claude Godart
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Specification and Management of Policies in Service Oriented Business Collaboration
Bart Orriens and Jian Yang
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Towards integrating business policies with business processes
Zoran Milosevic

16:00 - 16:30 Break
16:30 - 17:30 Short 3
Chair: Olivera Marjanovic

Spheres of isolation: adaptation of isolation levels to transactional workflow
Adnene Guabtni, François Charoy and Claude Godart
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Transactional Patterns: Combining Workflow Flexibility and Transactional Reliability
Sami Bhiri, Khaled Gaaloul, Claude Godart and Olivier Perrin
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16:30 - 17:30 Short 4
Chair: Ekkart Kindler

Service Retrieval Based on Behavioral Specifications and Quality Requirements
Daniela Grigori, Veronika Peralta and Mokrane Bouzeghoub
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Comparing the Control-Flow of EPC and Petri Net from the End-User Perspective
Kamyar Sarshar and Peter Loos
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Workshops programs

Monday September 5, 2005

08:45 - 17:30 Workshop on Business Processes and Services (BPS'2005)
More details on the website. Download the pre-proceedings.

Guided interaction: A language and method for incremental revelation of software interfaces for ad hoc interaction
Phillipa Oaks and Arthur H.M. ter Hofstede

Towards P2P-based Semantic Web Service Discovery with QoS Support
Le-Hung Vu and Manfred Hauswirth and Karl Aberer

Global and local QoS Guarantee in Web Service Selection
Danilo Ardagna and Barbara Pernici

Web Service Discovery and Dynamic Invocation based on UDDI/OWL-S
Jian-Jun Yu and Gang Zhou

08:45 - 17:30 Workshop on Web Service Choreography and Orchestration for Business Process Management
More details on the website. Download the pre-proceedings.

Standards for Web Service Choreography and Orchestration: Status and Perspectives
Alistair Barros, Marlon Dumas, Phillipa Oaks

From Collaboration Models to BPEL Processes Through Service Models
Giorgio Bruno and Marcello La Rosa

A Framework for Automated Negotiation of Service Level Agreements in Service Grids
André Ludwig, Peter Braun, Ryszard Kowalczyk, Bogdan Franczyk

A Constrained Object Model for Configuration Based Workflow Composition
Patrick Albert, Laurent Henocque, Mathias Kleiner

A High-Level Specification for Mediators (Virtual Providers)
Michael Altenhofen, Egon Börger, and Jens Lemcke

WSMX Process Mediation Based on Choreographies
Emilia Cimpian and Adrian Mocan

An Abstract Machine Architecture for Web Service Based Business Process Management
Roozbeh Farahbod, Uwe Glässer, and Mona Vajihollahi

A Web Services Nets based Framework for Process Integration (position paper)
Claus P. Priese

08:45 - 17:30 Workshop on Business Process Intelligence (BPI'05)
More details on the website. Download the pre-proceedings.

Conformance Testing: Measuring the Fit and Appropriateness of Event Logs and Process Models
A. Rozinat, W.M.P. van der Aalst

Mining Staff Assignment Rules from Event-Based Data
Thao Linh Ly, Stefanie Rinderle, Peter Dadam, Manfred Reichert

A fuzzy based approach to the improvement of business processes
Otmar Adam, Oliver Thomas

Towards a Framework for the Agile Mining of Business Processes
Barbara Weber, Manfred Reichert, Stefanie Rinderle, and Werner Wild

Genetic Process Mining: A Basic Approach and its Challenges
A.K. Alves de Medeiros, A.J.M.M.Weijters and W.M.P. van der Aalst

On Web Services Workflow Mining
Robert Gombotz, Schahram Dustdar

08:45 - 17:30 Workshop on Enterprise and Networked Enterprises Interoperability (ENEI'05)
More details on the website. Download the pre-proceedings.

Inter-Agent Communications during the Virtual Enterprise Creation
K. Boukhelfa, M. Boufaida

Requirements to improve the synchronization of enterprise models
C. Campos, R. Grangel, R. Chalmeta

Exchange of Business Process Models using the POP Meta-model
R. Grangel, R. Chalmeta, S. Schuster, I. Penya

Enabling interoperability of networked enterprises through an integrative information system architecture for CRM and SCM
B. Selk, S. Kloeckner, A. Albani

Automating Enterprise Management over Semantic Web
U.Yildiz, O. Perrin, C. Godart

Facilitating Interoperability: a cross-analysis of the language UEML and the standard ISO/DIS 19440
P. Wohed, B. Andersson, H. Panetto

Applying Enterprise Models to Design Cooperative Scientific Environments
A. Bosin, N. Dessì, M. G. Fugini, D. Liberati, B. Pes

Interoperabiliy in Service-based Communities
T. Ruokolainen, Lea Kutvonen

A methodology for process evaluation and activity based costing in health care supply chain
M. Chabrol, J. Chauvet, P. Féniès, M. Gourgand, N. Tchernev

Supporting Business Experts in the Design of B2B Transactions through Interactive Process Simulation
M. Schmitt, C. Incoul, E. Dubois

UEML 1.0 and UEML 2.0: comparison, benefits and problems
G. Berio

Architecture-Based Interoperability Evaluation in Evolutions of Networked Enterprises
P. Chen

A Framework for Composing Service-Based Real-Time Applications in Static Environments
M. García-Valls

Data level Enterprise Applications Integration
M. Vujasinovic, Z. Marjanovic

Web Services Experiment Using Standard XML: TravelXML for Travel Industry Electronic Commerce
M. Oba, N. Matsuyama, N. Komoda

08:45 - 17:30 Workshop on Business Process Design: Past, Present, Future (BPD'05)
More details on the website. Download the pre-proceedings.

Designing Business Processes for Sustainable Performance : A Model and a Method
Antonella Longo, Gianmario Motta

Designing Business Process Variants
Mikael Lind and Göran Goldkuhl

A Notion of a Useful Process Model Revisited: a Process Design Perspective
Dina Neiger, Leonid Churilov

BPR Implementation: a Decision-Making Strategy
Selma Limam Mansar, Hajo A. Reijers, Fouzia Ounnar

Impact of Process Performance Indicators on the Patient Care Process in the Neurosciences Ward of a Public Hospital
Elena V. Gospodarevskaya, Leonid Churilov

"Intelligent" Tools for Workflow Process Redesign: A Research Agenda
Mariska Netjes, Hajo A. Reijers, Irene T.P. Vanderfeesten

Risk Management in the BPM Lifecycle and the Role of COSO and COBIT
Michael zur Muehlen, Danny Ting-Yi Ho

Applying Specialization to Petri Nets: Implications for Workflow Design
George M. Wyner and Jintae Lee

08:45 - 17:30 Workshop on Business Process Reference Models (BPRM'05)
More details on the website. Download the pre-proceedings.

Towards a Reference Model for Work Distribution in Workflow Management Systems
M. Pesic, W.M.P van der Aalst

Business Process Reference Models - Survey and Classification
P. Fettke, P. Loos, J. Zwicker

An Open and Formalism Independent Meta-Model for Business Processes
B. Axenath, E. Kindler, V. Rubin

On the Syntax of Configurable Reference Models. Transforming the C-EPC into Lawful EPC Models
J. Recker, M. Rosemann, K. Schulz

Understanding the Term Reference Model in Information Systems Research: History, Literature Analysis and Explanation
O. Thomas

Configurable Process Models as a Basis for Reference Modeling (position paper)
W.M.P. van der Aalst, A. Dreiling, M. Rosemann, M.H. Jansen-Vullers


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