University of Greifswald

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  • White Papers // Jun 2012

    Automatic Detection of Business Process Interference

    Today's organizations are characterized by long-running distributed business processes, which involve different stakeholders and share common resources. One of the main challenges posed in such a highly distributed setting comes from the interference between different processes that are running in parallel. During execution of a business process, a data modification...

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  • White Papers // Aug 2011

    Declarative Enhancement Framework for Business Processes

    While Business Process Management (BPM) was designed to support rigid production processes, now-a-days it is also at the core of more flexible business applications and has established itself firmly in the service world. Such a shift calls for new techniques. In this paper, the authors introduce a variability framework for...

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  • White Papers // May 2010

    Requirements and Tools for Variability Management

    Explicit and software-supported Business Process Management has become the core infrastructure of any medium and large organization that has a need to be efficient and effective. The number of processes of a single organization can be very high, furthermore, they might be very similar, be in need of momentary change,...

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  • White Papers // May 2009

    Visualizing Gene Expression Data Via Voronoi Treemaps

    With modern molecular biological techniques which use up to several million probes as well as high throughput protein detection, it has become quite easy to gather massive amounts of genomic and proteomic data, which need to be evaluated. In the field of gene expression and proteome analysis biologists try to...

    Provided By University of Greifswald

  • White Papers // May 2008

    Supply Chain Management in the ERP Industry

    Compared to traditional industries, the software industry has three interesting properties: the software supply chain covers a range of value-adding services, many development decisions are related to the change of installed products, and the marginal costs of reproducing and distributing software are negligible. This paper explores how these industry-specific factors...

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  • White Papers // Jan 2008

    VxBPEL: Supporting Variability for Web Services in BPEL

    Web services provide a way to facilitate the business integration over the Internet. Flexibility is an important and desirable property of Web service-based systems due to dynamic business environments. The flexibility can be provided or addressed by incorporating variability into a system. In this paper, the authors investigate how variability...

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  • White Papers // Jan 2007

    UN/CEFACT Core Components as the Basis for Structured Business Communication by SMEs, Employing Auto-Generated, User Adjustable Forms

    In this paper, a methodology is presented to generate web-forms for business documents directly from XML schemas. XML Schemas that are based on the UN/CEFACT naming and design rules may be maintained by industry organizations or negotiated bilaterally between trading partners. In details, schemas may differ per business partner and...

    Provided By University of Greifswald

  • White Papers // May 2010

    Requirements and Tools for Variability Management

    Explicit and software-supported Business Process Management has become the core infrastructure of any medium and large organization that has a need to be efficient and effective. The number of processes of a single organization can be very high, furthermore, they might be very similar, be in need of momentary change,...

    Provided By University of Greifswald

  • White Papers // Jan 2008

    VxBPEL: Supporting Variability for Web Services in BPEL

    Web services provide a way to facilitate the business integration over the Internet. Flexibility is an important and desirable property of Web service-based systems due to dynamic business environments. The flexibility can be provided or addressed by incorporating variability into a system. In this paper, the authors investigate how variability...

    Provided By University of Greifswald

  • White Papers // May 2008

    Supply Chain Management in the ERP Industry

    Compared to traditional industries, the software industry has three interesting properties: the software supply chain covers a range of value-adding services, many development decisions are related to the change of installed products, and the marginal costs of reproducing and distributing software are negligible. This paper explores how these industry-specific factors...

    Provided By University of Greifswald

  • White Papers // Jun 2012

    Automatic Detection of Business Process Interference

    Today's organizations are characterized by long-running distributed business processes, which involve different stakeholders and share common resources. One of the main challenges posed in such a highly distributed setting comes from the interference between different processes that are running in parallel. During execution of a business process, a data modification...

    Provided By University of Greifswald

  • White Papers // May 2009

    Visualizing Gene Expression Data Via Voronoi Treemaps

    With modern molecular biological techniques which use up to several million probes as well as high throughput protein detection, it has become quite easy to gather massive amounts of genomic and proteomic data, which need to be evaluated. In the field of gene expression and proteome analysis biologists try to...

    Provided By University of Greifswald

  • White Papers // Jan 2007

    UN/CEFACT Core Components as the Basis for Structured Business Communication by SMEs, Employing Auto-Generated, User Adjustable Forms

    In this paper, a methodology is presented to generate web-forms for business documents directly from XML schemas. XML Schemas that are based on the UN/CEFACT naming and design rules may be maintained by industry organizations or negotiated bilaterally between trading partners. In details, schemas may differ per business partner and...

    Provided By University of Greifswald

  • White Papers // Aug 2011

    Declarative Enhancement Framework for Business Processes

    While Business Process Management (BPM) was designed to support rigid production processes, now-a-days it is also at the core of more flexible business applications and has established itself firmly in the service world. Such a shift calls for new techniques. In this paper, the authors introduce a variability framework for...

    Provided By University of Greifswald