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Ulrich Hoffmann und Matthias Kunze (Hrsg.): Franz Martin Kuen. 1719-1771. Ein Maler zwischen Frömmigkeit und venezianischer Pracht. Anton H. ...doi:10.53458/sh.v72i4.975 fatcat:tf2cnknravasheb6fcfvhcy7xa
Matthias Dufner Features • Leicht zu bedienender Web-Editor • Suchfunktion für Referenzthesauri wie Getty oder Wikidata • Erstellen, Definieren, Bearbeiten und Publizieren von digitalen Begriffen ... Wissensnetz Hochschule Mainz -University of Applied Sciences -Lucy-Hillebrand-Straße 2 -55128 Mainz -mainzed.org Mainzer Zentrum für Digitalität in den Geistes-und Kulturwissenschaften Florian Thiery Axel Kunz ...doi:10.5281/zenodo.921996 fatcat:z3oly2j7p5e5jd77zhosrjerri
Surprisingly little research has investigated the factors contributing to the successful practice of process modeling, in particular those contributing to the development of process models that facilitate human understanding. This research discusses the use of text and icons for labeling the graphical constructs in a process model. We discuss the use of two verb classification schemes to propose a systematic approach for describing, and graphically representing, domain semantics in labels useddoi:10.1007/978-3-319-44960-9_5 fatcat:3uwtancnnnhwxkbath3auolhdi
more »... n process model constructs such that human understanding can be improved. We argue that the systematic use of domain labels and corresponding icons will result in process models that are easier and more readily understandable by end users. Our findings contribute to an ongoing stream of research investigating the practice of process modeling and thereby contribute to the body of knowledge about conceptual modeling quality overall.
Lecture Notes in Computer Science
With the increasing influence of Business Process Management, large process model repositories emerged in enterprises and public administrations. Their effective utilization requires meaningful and efficient capabilities to search for models that go beyond text based search or folder navigation, e.g., by similarity. Existing measures for process model similarity are often not applicable for efficient similarity search, as they lack metric features. In this paper, we introduce a proper metric todoi:10.1007/978-3-642-23059-2_15 fatcat:lnhophcnw5hqjgrynq7d7h5tsy
more »... quantify process similarity based on behavioral profiles. It is grounded in the Jaccard coefficient and leverages behavioral relations between pairs of process model activities. The metric is successfully evaluated towards its approximation of human similarity assessment.
Innovations in Quantitative Risk Management
Credit spreads provide information about implied default probabilities and recovery rates. Trying to extract both parameters simultaneously from market data is challenging due to identifiability issues. We review existing default models with stochastic recovery rates and try calibrating them to observed credit spreads. We discuss the mechanisms of credit auctions and compare implied recoveries with realized auction results in the example of Allied Irish Banks (AIB).doi:10.1007/978-3-319-09114-3_9 fatcat:nqh66o55hrbrtbrkqpckd52a7e
Business processes are vital to managing organizations as they sustain a company's competitiveness. Consequently, these organizations maintain collections of hundreds or thousands of process models for streamlining working procedures and facilitating process implementation. Yet, the management of large process model collections requires effective searching capabilities. Recent research focused on similarity search of process models. However, querying process models is still a largely opendoi:10.1007/s10270-013-0389-6 fatcat:gbiov2ruyfb3ta3h2wxk22lol4
more »... This article presents an approach to querying process models that takes a process example as input and discovers all models that allow replaying the behavior of the query. To this end, we provide a notion of behavioral inclusion that is based on trace semantics and abstraction. Additional to deciding a match, a closeness score is provided that describes how well the behavior of the query is represented in the model and can be used for ranking. The article introduces the formal foundations of the approach and shows, how they are applied to querying large process model collections. An experimental evaluation has been conducted that confirms the suitability of the solution as well as its applicability and scalability in practice.
Matthias SCHERER and Angela CASEY have prepared a survey and summarize the most recent decisions (Matthias SCHERER, Angela CASEY, Domestic Review of Investment Treaty Arbitrations: the Swiss Experience ... CATHERINE ANNE KUNZ, EDITOR 4A_157/2017 of 14 145 III 199, 4A_646/2018 of 17 April 2019: Extension of arbitration agreement to non signatory -Non signatory entitled to rely on Article II NYC and to resist ...doi:10.54648/asab2019073 fatcat:wbgrf4a5yzhfzizldamytj55ya
SCHERER, EDITOR IN CHIEF CATHERINE ANNE KUNZ, EDITOR 4A_324/2018 of 17 July 2018: 4A_508/2017 of 29 January 2018: Ultra petita -Reduction of excessive penalties 4A_642/2017 of 12 November 2018: Set-off ... closing submissions 4A_312/2017 of 27 November 2017: Public policy -Player's agent fee of ten times player's salary not excessive 4A_66/2019 of 15 March 2019: Annulment proceedings -Security for costs MATTHIAS ...doi:10.54648/asab2019026 fatcat:aflwzxzrzzac3ksvzbo5mxzs5y
In his message, Lessons from Echternach, ASA President Felix Dasser looks at recent developments and observes that for every two steps forward in international arbitration, there is one step back. Articles Felix DASSER and Piotr WÓJTOWICZ present statistical data derived from Swiss Federal Supreme Court proceedings pursuant to Article 190(2) PILA (challenges of international arbitral awards rendered in Switzerland). It is the 6th edition of the first statistical study published in 2007 and thedoi:10.54648/asab2021002 fatcat:if5pmqhugzbu7lyhre7cywl5zy
more »... ost comprehensive one in terms of the number of cases analysed. It also covers additional aspects such as ISDS cases and the law governing the substance of the arbitration dispute, the lex causae.
(Catherine KUNZ, Revision of Arbitral Awards in Switzerland: An Extraordinary Tool or Simply a Popular Chimera? ... KUNZ has prepared a survey of the decisions rendered by the Swiss Federal Supreme Court on revision requests over the period 2009-2019. The main finding is that the chances of success are very slim. ... SCHERER, EDITOR IN CHIEF CATHERINE ANNE KUNZ, EDITOR 4A_212/2010 of 10 February 2011 [Revision -New facts were foreseeable] 4A_284/2009 of 24. ...doi:10.54648/asab2020002 fatcat:5oa3bskgrva6znfwmqvw3a5fxi
A single abstract from the DHd-2017 Book of Abstracts.doi:10.5281/zenodo.4622672 fatcat:serdtng6jfdutmmstctnaq2uje
Business processes models typically serve as a specification for a future system or as a documentation of an already existing one; it can also serve both purposes. As precise documentation of an implemented business process, process models provide an input to configure a process monitoring system, enabling the specification of monitoring points and metrics. However, complex business processes show an unexpected quantity of potential variants, which impede the activation of process monitoring.dblp:conf/bpm/SchrepferSOK15 fatcat:ceqdrpzvlrhv3bokhbtcjdmbma
more »... this paper, we elaborate on the impact of variants on the configuration of a process monitoring system, and show how the number of model variants can be significantly reduced by analyzing the syntactic and semantic information related with decisions in a business process. Applied to an existing business process, we identified almost 60,000 variants, which we were able to reduce by over 65%. At the same time, we improved the quality of the process model.
Lecture Notes in Computer Science
Business process monitoring provides well established means to track the history and state of business processes and to evaluate their performance. However, common techniques and systems lack support of monitoring processes and their interactions with partners, particularly if such processes are not automated or only few events can be detected, rather than a complete log. In this paper, we present a mechanism to determine the state of business processes with only few events to be detected.doi:10.1007/978-3-642-37804-1_23 fatcat:cxn6ky5rufd2hdjhx24vtujore
more »... on this mechanism, we provide a formal framework to monitor processes and their interaction with collaboration partner's processes, as well as to evaluate the processes' performance. The framework has been applied in the context of an industry project, which we used to evaluate our solution.
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