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Conference International Conference on Business Information Systems (2010 : Berlin, Germany)
Title Business information systems workshops : BIS 2010 International Workshops, Berlin, Germany, May 3-5, 2010, revised papers / Witold Abramowicz, Robert Tolksdorf, Krzysztof Wecel (Eds.).
Imprint Berlin ; Heidelberg : Springer, 2010.

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Conference International Conference on Business Information Systems (2010 : Berlin, Germany)
Series Lecture notes in business information processing ; 57
Lecture notes in business information processing ; 57.
Subject Management information systems -- Congresses.
Business -- Data processing -- Congresses.
Knowledge management -- Congresses.
Alt Name Abramowicz, Witold.
Tolksdorf, Robert, 1965-
Węcel, Krzysztof, 1976-
Add Title BIS 2010
Description 1 online resource (xvi, 324 pages).
polychrome rdacc
Bibliography Note Includes bibliographical references and author index.
Contents AKTB Workshop -- AKTB 2010 Workshop Chairs' Message -- Case-Based System for Innovation Management in Electric Power Enterprises -- Credit Risk Evaluation Using SVM-Based Classifier -- Logistic Analysis of Price Bubble and Current Situation in USA Real Estate -- Using Multi-criteria Decision Making to Choose Process Representation Format for a Process Repository -- On Valuing Advanced Technologies in Greenfield Projects -- Self-adapting Intelligent Business Processes Execution Analysis -- MDA Compatible Knowledge Based IS Development Process -- Incomplete Information within Relative Pairwise Comparisons as Utilized by the AHP -- Short Term Trading Strategy Based on Chart Pattern Recognition and Trend Trading in Nasdaq Biotechnology Stock Market -- A Model of Employee Selection for SME Based on Innovation Transfer -- Mining Decision Activity Logs -- Applications of Voice Based Informative Public Services: Lithuanian Case -- Structure and Levers for Computational Evaluation of Customer Capital -- Data Mining for Small Organizations -- BITA Workshop -- BITA 2010 Workshop Chairs' Message -- Design Thinking: Towards a Unified View of Organizational and Technological Realms -- Interaction between Heterogeneous Autonomous Systems: Principles and Practice -- Business/IT Alignment: The Executive Perspective -- Enterprise Architecture Design Principles and Business-Driven IT Management -- ILOG Workshop -- ILOG 2010 Workshop Chairs' Message -- Ubiquitous Microblogging: A Flow-Based Front-End for Information Logistics -- Information Reuse and Interoperability with Ontology Patterns and Linked Data -- MAPPER Collaboration Platform for Knowledge-Intensive Engineering Processes -- Using Context to Improve Information Supply in the Medical Sector -- Validation and Use of Information Demand Patterns in Higher Education -- Context-Based Information and Knowledge Logistics for Self-organisation of Web-Services in Smart Environments -- Use Cases for Business Metadata -- A Viewpoint-Based Approach to Structuring and Prioritizing Business Needs -- LIT Workshop -- LIT 2010 Workshop Chairs' Message -- An Overview of the Legal Knowledge Interchange Format -- How Information Technology Can Support Family Law and Mediation -- Traceability of the Implementation of Legal Rules in Public Administration -- Legal Ontology Construction Using ATOB Algorithm -- Semantic Interoperability among Thesauri: A Challenge in the Multicultural Legal Domain -- A Framework for Graph-Based Parsing of German Private Law Decisions -- Mediated Signatures -- Towards Undeniability of Digital Data in Technical and Legal Framework -- Ontojuris Project: A Multilingual Legal Document Search System Based on a Graphical Ontology Editor.
Summary Business information systems is a rapidly developing domain. There are many topicsthatdeserveattentionbuthavenotyetfoundaplaceincanonicalresearch. Workshops give researchers the possibility to share preliminary ideas,?rst - perimental results, or to discuss research hypotheses. Discussions held during presentations strengthen the paper and prepare it for publication. From our - perience, workshops are a perfect instrument with which to create a community aroundvery speci?c researchtopics, thus o?ering the opportunity to promote it. Topics that do not?nd critical feedback at the main International Conference on Business Information Systems (BIS) may experience fruitful discussion when confronted with a well-focused audience. Over the last few decades, business informationsystems have been one of the most important factors of the transition toward a knowledge-based economy. At the same time they have been subject to continuous rapid development and innovation driven both by industry and by academia. For the last 12 years these innovations were carefully observed but also shaped by researchers attending BIS yearly.
Note English.
ISBN 9783642154027
ISBN/ISSN 10.1007/978-3-642-15402-7
OCLC # 676700938
Additional Format Print version: International Conference on Business Information Systems (2010 : Berlin, Germany). Business information systems workshops. Berlin ; Heidelberg : Springer, 2010 (DLC) 2010934236

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