Eicke Godehardt

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In several industry scenarios, it is often the case that an existing reference workflow has to be adapted according to specific context factors, which might even change at runtime. The adapted workflow instances virtually constitute process variants. In order to keep the efforts for systematic variant configuration and maintenance on a manageable level,(More)
This work introduces an approach to discover collaboration partners and adequate advising experts in a workplace-embedded collaborative e-learning environment. Based on existing papers dealing with work task and user context modeling, we propose the following steps towards a sucessful collaboration initiation. In the beginning, the user’s current process(More)
Today every company and every single person owns a lot of data. However, easy ways for exploration and navigation are not very widespread. Especially, if complex relations between these data are defined and the amount of data becomes bigger, an easy to use interface is necessary. This paper describes a topic map viewer, which is easy embeddable into(More)
This paper describes a prototypic implementation of our framework of cooperating constraint solvers. The system allows the integration of arbitrary constraint solvers providing typical interface functions. This enables to build constraint solver cooperations according to current requirements and, thus, comfortable modelling and solving of a wide range of(More)
For years, research has been devoted to the introduction of flexibility to enterprise information systems. There are corresponding concepts for mainly three established paradigms: workflow management, business rule management and complex event processing. It has however been indicated that the integration of the three paradigms with respect to their(More)
In this work we provide an approach for simulating and optimizing the emergency supply in a run-up to a mass event. For a given set of hospitals, transport vehicles and injured suffering from common injuries, our algorithm simulates the workload of provided transport and medication capacities, e.g., doctors. In addition to standard methods, our algorithm(More)
In this work we compare several new approaches for optimizing the emergency supply after a major incident online. For a given set of physicians, hospitals and transport vehicles the algorithms introduced in this work compute an assignment of arriving groups of casualties that suffer from specific types of injuries to available transport and medical(More)