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How Physical Objects and Business Workflows Can Be Correlated

Andreas Wombacher
2011 2011 IEEE International Conference on Services Computing  
For workflows handling physical objects, the correlation of sensor data with workflow states and workflow state changes are investigated in this paper.  ...  Further, the implications of the state or state change correlation on the workflow execution and the support by existing service infrastructures is discussed.  ...  Since the correlation can only be accomplished via physical objects these objects must be distinguishable, i.e., identifiable.  ... 
doi:10.1109/scc.2011.24 dblp:conf/IEEEscc/Wombacher11 fatcat:6sc3sar5ufge7lt46dprstm6ja

Case Construction for Mining Supply Chain Processes [chapter]

Kerstin Gerke, Jan Mendling, Konstantin Tarmyshov
2009 Lecture Notes in Business Information Processing  
We demonstrate how RFID events that conform to the EPCglobal standard can be used to construct cases such that process mining can be applied.  ...  To address this problem, we consider Radio Frequency Identification (RFID) for identifying the movements of the business objects.  ...  These can be processed with the process mining workbench ProM. From both an industry and a research perspective there are open questions on how the shifting focus can be appropriately supported.  ... 
doi:10.1007/978-3-642-01190-0_16 fatcat:zl3hwvtnhbhwdhur5wfyh2xr5i

A-Posteriori Detection of Sensor Infrastructure Errors in Correlated Sensor Data and Business Workflows [chapter]

Andreas Wombacher
2011 Lecture Notes in Computer Science  
Sensor data can be interpreted as a view on physical objects effected by business processes.  ...  Since both sensor infrastructures and business workflows must deal with imprecise information, the correlation of sensor data and business workflow data might be used a-posteriori to determine the source  ...  CORRELATION OF SENSOR DATA AND WORKFLOW SYSTEMS The basic idea of correlating workflow systems and sensor data is that both represent a view on physical objects.  ... 
doi:10.1007/978-3-642-23059-2_25 fatcat:p556o6samfgjdbdbv7xlzyif4e

Lifecycle Management of Relational Records for External Auditing and Regulatory Compliance

Ahmed A. Ataullah, Frank Wm. Tompa
2011 2011 IEEE International Symposium on Policies for Distributed Systems and Networks  
The problem of converting task specific business policies to database level constraints is challenging due to the immense complexity of corporate workflows and record lifecycles.  ...  Our approach is unique in that it offers a single unified layer for process modeling and implementing complex workflow based constraints, temporal access control constraints, and records retention restrictions  ...  The physical contents of business records at the database level usually have a very strong correlation with business processes with which they are associated.  ... 
doi:10.1109/policy.2011.20 dblp:conf/policy/AtaullahT11 fatcat:36uxfa2wajax3f6r6smkkilrdi

Introduction to Business Process Management [chapter]

Marlon Dumas, Marcello La Rosa, Jan Mendling, Hajo A. Reijers
2013 Fundamentals of Business Process Management  
How can business processes be transformed using IT? CA441 BPM L2 -BPR: Introduction 8 " The new industrial engineering" (Cont.)  ...  Develop the Business Vision and Process Objectives: + prioritise objectives and set stretch targets • Identify the Processes to be Redesigned: + Identify critical or bottleneck processes • Understand and  ...  must be invoked (i.e. control-flow) and data-flow between these tasks • Workflow is the process by which individual tasks come together to complete a transaction -a clearly defined business process -within  ... 
doi:10.1007/978-3-642-33143-5_1 fatcat:emae5bxbcferrk3ivagtvlnmpi

Enabling Smart Workflows over Heterogeneous ID-SensingTechnologies

Pau Giner, Carlos Cetina, Raquel Lacuesta, Guillermo Palacios
2012 Sensors  
The use of automatic identification capabilities can improve user participation in business processes where physical elements are involved (Smart Workflows).  ...  Parkour is based on a pluggable architecture that can be extended to provide support for new tasks and technologies.  ...  When physical objects are involved in multiple workflows, a different set of actions can be associated to them in each workflow.  ... 
doi:10.3390/s121114914 pmid:23202193 pmcid:PMC3522946 fatcat:7ogo5qggrzd6bphhqskcn43fei

Pragmatic interoperability and translation of industrial engineering problems into modelling and simulation solutions

Martin Thomas Horsch, Silvia Chiacchiera, Michael A. Seaton, Ilian T. Todorov, Björn Schembera, Peter Klein, Natalia A. Konchakova
2021 Zenodo  
For this purpose, if ontology-based semantic interoperability is already present, the same ontologies can be used.  ...  In the present work, the Materials Modelling Translation Ontology (MMTO) is introduced, and it is discussed how the MMTO can contribute to formalizing the pragmatic interoperability standards developed  ...  workflow can be correlated, and a technological KPI can be estimated on the basis of computational KPIs.  ... 
doi:10.5281/zenodo.4749106 fatcat:hnbxmnm4ebbsdl3pa4by37okja

Towards a Standard Approach for Optimization in Science and Engineering
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Carlo Comin, Luka Onesti, Carlos Kavka
2013 Proceedings of the 8th International Joint Conference on Software Technologies  
This paper proposes the use of BPMN 2.0, a well-defined standard from the area of business processes, as a formal representation for both the abstract and execution models for scientific workflows in the  ...  An optimization process allows obtaining the best designs which maximize and/or minimize a number of objectives, satisfying at the same time certain constraints.  ...  It will show that BPMN can be used to represent a complete optimization workflow, which includes not only the scientific workflow used to represent the physical problem, but also the optimization cycle  ... 
doi:10.5220/0004490501690177 dblp:conf/icsoft/CominOK13 fatcat:uqwxritnfjeq5p5pjg4akafg3i

Current Trends in Workflow Mining

L K Ajayi, A A Azeta, I T Owolabi, O O Damilola, F Chidozie, A E Azeta, O Amosu
2019 Journal of Physics, Conference Series  
Creating a business workflow design is sometimes complicated, inaccurate, time-consuming and non-error free.  ...  There is need to make appropriate selection for a good mining algorithm to avoid any setback and understanding the organization business workflow processes for business design, modeling, resource strategy  ...  Acknowledgement In this study, we would like to express our deep appreciation for the support and sponsorship provided by Covenant University Centre for Research, Innovation and Discovery (CUCRID).  ... 
doi:10.1088/1742-6596/1299/1/012036 fatcat:bordy7pjsvfofbxzqimg6eedky

Pragmatic interoperability and translation of industrial engineering problems into modelling and simulation solutions

Martin Thomas Horsch, Silvia Chiacchiera, Michael A. Seaton, Ilian T. Todorov, Björn Schembera, Peter Klein, Natalia A. Konchakova
2020 Zenodo  
For this purpose, if ontology-based semantic interoperability is already present, the same ontologies can be used.  ...  In the present work, the Materials Modelling Translation Ontology (MMTO) is introduced, and it is discussed how the MMTO can contribute to formalizing the pragmatic interoperability standards developed  ...  system ⋆⋆ evaluation of the simulation results to and mmto:kpi model ⋆⋆ facilitate an actionable decision complex simulation workflow can be correlated, and a technological KPI can be estimated on the  ... 
doi:10.5281/zenodo.3949803 fatcat:i7s6ok2urjhcvklsyi3lxlr44q

Integration of material and process modelling in a business decision support system: Case of COMPOSELECTOR H2020 project

Salim Belouettar, Carlos Kavka, Borek Patzak, Hein Koelman, Gast. Rauchs, Gaetano Giunta, Angela Madeo, Sabrina Pricl, Ali Daouadji
2018 Composite structures  
The interoperability implies by definition the use of standards based abstract workflow definitions which can be stored, mined and re-used [13], together with specific communication protocols and conversion  ...  The presented application case exhibits how advanced selection and design process could be handled using the proposed approach.  ...  The European Commission is not liable for its content and the use that may be made of the information contained herein.  ... 
doi:10.1016/j.compstruct.2018.06.121 fatcat:o3s6gbahvrhqdljqiqwyor2do4

Workflow-based applications

F. Leymann, D. Roller
1997 IBM Systems Journal  
Here we discuss some of the ben- efits object technology might gain from workflow technology and how workflow-based applications can be built with objects.  ...  This task can be further eased dramatically by ex- ploiting visual builders, reusable parts, and business objects.  ... 
doi:10.1147/sj.361.0102 fatcat:ptpimwayszev5ikk3y7qscy4na

Service Oriented Application System Architetcture: Business Process Management Meets Workflow Management

Marco Link, Erich Ortner
2009 Americas Conference on Information Systems  
It can be managed -together with the IT supported processes-by business process management. The controlling of process execution can be conducted through workflow management systems.  ...  This goal can only be reached when the performance know-how an individual needs to execute a task can be language-critically reconstructed and managed with the aid of computers, like is the case with application  ...  To achieve these objectives, different approaches need to be investigated as to how organizational structures can be made more dynamic in order to reach -inside a process-centric business organization-the  ... 
dblp:conf/amcis/LinkO09 fatcat:d755gsp3e5dsfjlhhgtlwghhlq

Pragmatic interoperability and translation of industrial engineering problems into modelling and simulation solutions

Martin Thomas Horsch, Silvia Chiacchiera, Michael A. Seaton, Ilian T. Todorov, Björn Schembera, Peter Klein, Natalia A. Konchakova
2020 Zenodo  
For this purpose, if ontology-based semantic interoperability is already present, the same ontologies can be used.  ...  In the present work, the Materials Modelling Translation Ontology (MMTO) is introduced, and it is discussed how the MMTO can contribute to formalizing the pragmatic interoperability standards developed  ...  In this way, e.g., computational KPIs determined as the outcome of a complex simulation workflow can be correlated, and a technological KPI can be estimated on the basis of computational KPIs.  ... 
doi:10.5281/zenodo.3902873 fatcat:phmwsd65c5cvhpu4ztwg4k5i3y

Automated Realization of Business Workflow Specification [chapter]

Guohua Liu, Xi Liu, Haihuan Qin, Jianwen Su, Zhimin Yan, Liang Zhang
2010 Lecture Notes in Computer Science  
Business workflow assembles together a collection of tasks or activities in order to accomplish a business objective.  ...  In this paper we introduce a new artifact-centric workflow model called Artifact Conceptual Flow (ArtiFlow) and show that automated translation from ArtiFlow to BPEL is achievable.  ...  The authors are grateful to participants in group discussions that lead to this paper, including Leilei Chen, Weihua Chen, Qi He, Ying Wang, and Yong Yang.  ... 
doi:10.1007/978-3-642-16132-2_9 fatcat:xjqnhisuz5awdlzjrhtp44tmrq
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