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Inter-enterprise Business Transaction Management in Open Service Ecosystems

Lea Kutvonen, Alex Norta, Sini Ruohomaa
2012 2012 IEEE 16th International Enterprise Distributed Object Computing Conference  
This framework enables correctness, coherence and efficiency of processing in open inter-enterprise environments, i.e., service ecosystems.  ...  One of the difficult challenges in inter-enterprise computing is aligning business transactions and technical management of distributed transactions, especially in breach situations.  ...  Process formalisations The first key CPN-module depicted in Figure 5 formalises eContract enactment and triggering of alternate recovery and termination processes.  ... 
doi:10.1109/edoc.2012.14 dblp:conf/edoc/KutvonenNR12 fatcat:b5simao4d5e2rmjaxmebwzcdou

Defining and Formalising Project Management Models and Processes

Ravinder Singh, Dr. Kevin Lano
2016 IJARCCE  
The research is aimed at studying the feasibility of defining/ formalising model driven project management with base methodology of PMBOK.  ...  Our research is proposing a model driven project management using UML and OCL for all the 5 process areas and 10 knowledge areas of the PMBOK.  ...  Confirm Target Business Processes Identify the target business processes in the form of a Business Process Blueprint, a high-level view of the key business processes.  ... 
doi:10.17148/ijarcce.2016.5676 fatcat:4cnse6j3ebei7abhz3plckpyui

Business Process Modelling and Its Applications in the Business Environment [chapter]

Brane Kalpic, Peter Bernus, Ralf Muhlberger
2005 Intelligent Knowledge-Based Systems  
Beside the importance of the formalisation/structuring process of knowledge, easy accessibility and distribution of business process models is one of the key factors for a successful deployment of EM practice  ...  For the success of the business process modelling, business process reengineering or just simple redeployment of the best practice described by reference models, easy accessibility and distribution of  ... 
doi:10.1007/978-1-4020-7829-3_10 fatcat:e7iolt5jlnfjzirwts6i2k4i7a

Virtual Enterprise Planning Methods and Concepts [chapter]

Richard H. Weston, Cheng Leong Ang, Peter Bernus, Roland Jochem, Kurt Kosanke, Henry Ming
2003 IFIP Advances in Information and Communication Technology  
Bleeke and Ernst, ( 1995) describe a common way of meeting criteria and to form "partnerships" between existing businesses to provide new skills, experience and practice.  ...  Global working requires: (a) a broad base of relevant skills; (b) a wealth of experience and practice in a number of local markets (Ohmae, 1995) .  ...  This might lead to "what if' analysis focused on alternative distributions of processes amongst candidate partners and their business units.  ... 
doi:10.1007/978-0-387-35621-1_13 fatcat:k7qx2narbvainkmrwannvtzlzm

Process approach-based methodology for safe maintenance operation: From concepts to SPRIMI software prototype

Jean-Christophe Blaise, Eric Levrat, Benoit Iung
2014 Safety Science  
Thus this paper presents a generic integrated risk management approach to maintenance which is based on a generic formalisation of maintenance (intervention) business processes/activities but also of their  ...  Indeed maintenance can affect the health and safety not only of the workers directly involved in it, but of other people present in the workplace.  ...  Instantiation of the meta-model to formalise the specific maintenance intervention business process In relation to the studied context of safe maintenance operation, the business process to be formalised  ... 
doi:10.1016/j.ssci.2014.05.008 fatcat:d25xxjicajfnrl5haowljrlgmq

A Classification of Programmes and its Managerial Impact

Ann Vereecke, Els Pandelaere, Dirk Deschoolmeester
2003 Social Science Research Network  
The cases show less centralisation, less formalisation and less management of the interdependencies between the projects in the programme than one would expect on the basis of the programme management  ...  The research shows that the formalised and rigorous approach as described in most programme management handbooks is not widely adopted.  ...  The "heartbeat programmes" enable the regular, incremental improvement of existing systems, infrastructure or business processes.  ... 
doi:10.2139/ssrn.397200 fatcat:6ulvml7xira4tprrjjzqc5ldn4

Optimising XML–RDF Data Integration [chapter]

Stefan Bischof
2012 Lecture Notes in Computer Science  
The query language XSPARQL, which is built by combining XQuery and SPARQL, addresses some of these problems.  ...  Establishing an integrated formal model for a core fragment of XSPARQL will allow us to improve performance of query answering by defining query equivalences.  ...  SFI/08/CE/I1380 (Lion-2) and an IRCSET grant.  ... 
doi:10.1007/978-3-642-30284-8_67 fatcat:drft3r727fhjziow6gyso3ktfa

A Framework for Reasoning on Component Composition [chapter]

Ludovic Henrio, Florian Kammüller, Muhammad Uzair Khan
2010 Lecture Notes in Computer Science  
This article presents the formalisation in Isabelle/HOL of a component model, focusing on the structure and on basic lemmas to handle component structure.  ...  Correctness of component composition is well understood formally but existing works do not allow for mechanised reasoning on composition and component reconfigurations, whereas a mechanical support would  ...  Feasibility and readability of the proofs at the correctness level depends decisively on this clearly structured support with lemmas.  ... 
doi:10.1007/978-3-642-17071-3_1 fatcat:54qyqe222velbdujvtmbdldkye

From Domain to Requirements [chapter]

Dines Bjørner
2008 Lecture Notes in Computer Science  
Domain engineering, in the sense of this paper, is offered as a means to help secure that software engineers deliver the right software -where formalisation of relevant stages and steps of software development  ...  And we show how to construct main facets of requirements prescriptions: domain requirements and interface requirements.  ...  Acknowledgements: I thank Alan Bundy of The University of Edinburgh and Tetsuo Tamai of The University of Tokyo for their letting me use time when visiting them to write this paper.  ... 
doi:10.1007/978-3-540-68679-8_18 fatcat:puwlnvfy6vdqnlfgdsfavq3u2q

The Challenges and Enhancing Opportunities of Global Project Management: Evidence from Chinese and Dutch Cross-Cultural Project Management

Ying Zhang, Christopher Marquis, Sergey Filippov, Henk-Jan Haasnoot, Martijn van der Steen
2015 Social Science Research Network  
Analyses focus on the impact of cultural differences on five project management processes -(1) project planning, (2) cost and quality management, (3) risk management, (4) scope management and project promises  ...  Although there are many differences observed in these five processes, research subjects report no significant impact of crosscultural collaboration on project performance.  ...  • Important but less formalised process • Speed of delivery is essential • Formalised and recurring process (e.g. regular status reports) Communication • Not everything is discussed out in the  ... 
doi:10.2139/ssrn.2562376 fatcat:ez3g7b6qkfhc3dhukv52l4yjgm

Understanding the use of strategic intelligence as a strategic management tool in the long-term insurance industry in South Africa

René Pellissier, J-P. Kruger
2011 South African Journal of Information Management  
result in competitive advantage and constant innovation within the South African business environment.  ...  process.  ...  Even so, only a few of the larger organisations have formalised processes or systems in place for the formation and use of strategic intelligence.  ... 
doi:10.4102/sajim.v13i1.426 fatcat:u6anuu62ifho3mf7ryweryru7a

Survey of computer-supported collaboration in support of business processes

Carl K. Chang, Jia Zhang, Kai H. Chang
2006 International Journal of Business Process Integration and Management  
Finally, we discuss how CSCW research can facilitate distributed business process integration and management.  ...  The purpose of this paper is to provide a survey of CSCW research to examine the current IT-based collaboration techniques capable of supporting business processes.  ...  Therefore, the formalisation of business process applications is our research objective.  ... 
doi:10.1504/ijbpim.2006.010023 fatcat:2rwinzqcsrai7lrzhetuup76qy

What's in a Word? The Conceptual Politics of 'Informal' Street Trade in Dar es Salaam

Ilona Steiler
2017 Articulo: Journal of Urban Research  
inadequate laws, or a problem which needs to be corrected by expansion of the law (Tranberg Hansen and Vaa 2004: 16, Hart 1973: 89).  ...  . 16As the programme’s name already suggests, the main goal of MKURABITA is the formalisation of property and business assets, that is, the integration of informally operated business into  ... 
doi:10.4000/articulo.3376 fatcat:nhbmwj4tyzdatkka44rtrian7m

Defining and formalising project management models and processes

Ravinder Singh, Kevin Lano
2014 2014 Science and Information Conference  
The research will focus on studying the feasibility of defining/ formalising model driven project management using PMBOK as base.  ...  This work proposes a model driven project management based upon all the Process and Knowledge management areas making use of modelling languages like UML and OCL.  ...  Project Plan assesses the current capabilities of the organization in terms of business processes, applications, technology, and training and performance support.  ... 
doi:10.1109/sai.2014.6918267 fatcat:6ocazldmgney5hxjy2quubquyi

Ontology-Based Composition and Matching for Dynamic Service Coordination [chapter]

Claus Pahl, Veronica Gacitua-Decar, MingXue Wang, Kosala Yapa Bandara
2011 Lecture Notes in Business Information Processing  
We discuss the information models and the coordination principles of such a collaboration environment in terms of an ontology and its underlying description logics.  ...  We provide ontology-based solutions for structural composition of descriptions and matching between requested and provided services.  ...  Acknowledgment This research work was supported, in part, by Science Foundation Ireland grant 03/CE2/I303 1 to Lero -the Irish Software Engineering Research Centre (www.lero.ie) and grant 07/RFP/CMSF429  ... 
doi:10.1007/978-3-642-22056-2_49 fatcat:qriz4g3qpjdypfkj7uojntcnrq
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