Giovanni Meroni

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Monitoring inter-organizational business processes requires explicit knowledge about when activities start and complete. This is a challenge because no single system controls the process, activities might not be directly recorded, and the overall course of execution might only be determined at runtime. In this paper, we address these problems by integrating(More)
BACKGROUND A paucity of data exists to examine nurses' satisfaction with the use of insulin pens with safety needles in hospitalized patients with diabetes. We investigated major determinants of nurses' preference of the method of insulin administration in the context of a General Hospital in Northern Italy. METHODS Consecutive patients admitted to three(More)
Traditionally, human intervention is required to monitor a business process. Operators notify when manual activities are executed, and manually restart the monitoring whenever the process is not executed as expected. This paper presents mArtifact, an artifact-driven process monitoring platform. mArtifact uses the E-GSM artifact-centric language to represent(More)
Due to the achievements in the Internet of Things (IoT) field, Smart Objects are often involved in business processes. However, the integration of IoT with Business Process Management (BPM) is far from mature: problems related to process compliance and Smart Objects configuration with respect to the process requirements have not been fully addressed yet;(More)
In: S. España, M. Ivanović, M. Savić (eds.): Proceedings of the CAiSE’16 Forum at the 28th International Conference on Advanced Information Systems Engineering, Ljubljana, Slovenia, 13-17.6.2016, published at http://ceur-ws.org Abstract. Control flow-based process modeling notations, like BPMN, are good at defining the normal execution flow and the(More)
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