Dominik Schmitz

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In previous work, we proposed the prototype environment SNet for the representation and dynamic evaluation of agent-based designs for inter-organizational networks. A key feature of SNet is the automatic translation of extended i* models into the action language ConGolog. An issue we have not yet considered is how to arrive at the foundational and hopefully(More)
In previous work, we proposed the prototype environment SNet for the representation and dynamic evaluation of agent-based designs for inter-organizational networks. A key feature of SNet is the automatic translation of extended i* models into the action language ConGolog. In order to run realistic simulations the resulting agents are deliberative in that(More)
We report on the application of the Trust-Confidence-Distrust (TCD) framework of Gans et al. (2003) to the task of modeling trust relationships in a large metropolitan health service. We investigated the relationships between an acute stroke ward and a specialist stroke rehabilitation ward by examining the patient handover process that links each ward’s(More)
In the emerging field of database centric business process management, interorganizational networks of people, information and communication systems are often described by the interplay between individual goals and actions and the strategic dependencies among individuals and subgroups. Our research aims at improving requirements engineering for such(More)
This document gives a motivation for this perspective seminar within the Science of Design initiative, as well as an outline of the participants, agenda, sessions, and presentations. Furthermore, the outcomes of the five working group sessions are summarized: multiple concepts of design, evolution and management of requirements, stakeholder issues,(More)