Dominic Müller

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Car development is based on long running, concurrently executed and highly dependent processes. The coordination and synchronization of these processes has become a complex and error-prone task due to the increasing number of functions and embedded systems in modern cars. These systems realize advanced features by embedded software and enable the(More)
The central neurotransmitter serotonin plays a major role in a number of neuropsychiatric disorders. However, results from post-mortem and in vivo neuroimaging studies of the influence of age on the number of presynaptic serotonin transporters (SERT) are controversial. To provide further evidence of relevance for this ongoing discussion, SERT were imaged in(More)
In the engineering domain, the development of complex products (e.g., cars) necessitates the coordination of thousands of (sub-)pro-cesses. One of the biggest challenges for process management systems is to support the modeling, monitoring and maintenance of the many inter-dependencies between these sub-processes. The resulting process structures are large(More)
Industry is increasingly demanding IT support for large engineering processes, i.e., process structures consisting of hundreds up to thousands of processes. Developing a car, for example, requires the coordination of development processes for hundreds of components. Each of these development processes itself comprises a number of interdependent processes(More)
The coordination of complex process structures is a fundamental task for enterprises, such as in the automotive industry. Usually, such process structures consist of several (sub-)processes whose execution must be coordinated and synchronized. Effecting this manually is both ineffective and error-prone. However, we can benefit from the fact that these(More)
Enterprises increasingly demand IT support for the coordination of their engineering processes, which often consist of hundreds up to thousands of sub-processes. From a technical viewpoint, these sub-processes have to be concurrently executed and synchronized considering numerous in-terdependencies. So far, this coordination has mainly been accomplished(More)
Industry is increasingly demanding IT support for large engineering process structures consisting of hundreds up to thousands of synchronized processes. In technical domains, such process structures are characterized by their strong relation to the assembly of a product (e.g., a car); i.e., resulting process structures are data-driven. The strong linkage(More)
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