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Process Mining Manifesto
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Process mining techniques are able to extract knowledge from event logs commonly available in today’s information systems. Expand
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Semi-automated adaptation of service interactions
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In today's Web, many functionality-wise similar Web services are offered through heterogeneous interfaces (operation definitions) and business protocols (ordering constraints defined on legal operation invocation sequences). Expand
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Developing Adapters for Web Services Integration
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The push toward business process automation has generated the need for integrating different enterprise applications involved in such processes. Expand
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Quality Control in Crowdsourcing Systems: Issues and Directions
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This article proposes a framework for characterizing various dimensions of quality control in crowdsourcing systems. Expand
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Adaptive Case Management: Overview and Research Challenges
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In this article, we will review trends in industry and selected work in academia in the case management space, to identify challenges that the industry and the research community are facing in supporting knowledge workers in an adaptive and flexible manner, where systems need to support the work while should keep the knowledge worker in control. Expand
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Event correlation for process discovery from web service interaction logs
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We identify various ways in which process-related events could be correlated as well as investigate the problem of discovering event correlation (semi-) automatically from service interaction logs. Expand
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Rethinking BPM in a Cognitive World: Transforming How We Learn and Perform Business Processes
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We propose a new BPM paradigm encompassing all aspects of BPM that are impacted and enabled by Cognitive Computing. Expand
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Protocol-aware matching of web service interfaces for adapter development
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We introduce two protocol-aware service interface matching algorithms, i.e. depth- based interface matching and iterative reference-based interface matching. Expand
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Web services interoperability specifications
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A conceptual framework for analyzing Web services interoperability issues provides a context for studying existing standards and specifications and for identifying new opportunities to provide automated support, for this technology. Expand
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Web Service Protocols: Compatibility and Adaptation
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This paper discusses the notion of protocol compatibility b etween Web services, and reviews a number of techniques for detecting incompatibilities and for synthesizing adapters for otherwise incompatible services. Expand
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