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Collaborative Business Processes (CBP) are more and more prevalent to be used to describe collaboration requirements among enterprises; at the same time humans and service-based applications are closely related with collaborative business processes. To solve the above two problems, BPMN is proposed and promoted by many IT vendors. This paper compares six(More)
Problems of interoperability inside and outside organizations have recently been the subject of considerable amount of studies. Although the Model Driven Interoperability (MDI) and Service Oriented Architecture approaches are widely accepted among scholars to improve interoperability, little was known about the ins and outs of the combination between these(More)
Previous research has shown that persons malingering mental illness feign cognitive as well as psychiatric symptoms if given the opportunity to do so (e.g. Clark, 1988, Boone et al., 2002). This research aimed to investigate whether it was possible to develop a multi-method cognitive assessment battery, which would validly discriminate between persons(More)
To solve interoperability problem from semantic level, we propose to contribute to orchestration of the business processes to implement a mediation based on Enterprise Service Bus (ESB). We show how to take advantage of the forthcoming version of Business Process Modeling Notation 2.0 (BPMN 2.0) of the Object Management Group (OMG) within the framework of a(More)
Introduction: Key studies have found an association between attachment style and poor diabetes outcomes in the adult diabetic populations. Specifically insecure attachment has been found to predict elevated glycated haemoglobin levels (HbA1c). Further studies have indicated that substance use and mental health difficulties also influence HbA1c. These(More)
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