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QoS-aware middleware for Web services composition
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This paper presents a middleware platform which addresses the issue of selecting Web services for the purpose of their composition in a way that maximizes user satisfaction expressed as utility functions over QoS attributes, while satisfying the constraints set by the user and by the structure of the composite service. Expand
Quality driven web services composition
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This paper proposes a global planning approach to optimally select component services during the execution of a composite service, and experimental results show that thisglobal planning approach outperforms approaches in which the component services are selected individually for each task in a Composite service. Expand
Process Mining Manifesto
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This manifesto hopes to serve as a guide for software developers, scientists, consultants, business managers, and end-users to increase the maturity of process mining as a new tool to improve the design, control, and support of operational business processes. Expand
Semantics and analysis of business process models in BPMN
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This paper proposes a mapping from BPMN to a formal language, namely Petri nets, for which efficient analysis techniques are available and has been implemented as a tool that, in conjunction with existing Petri net-based tools, enables the static analysis of BPMn models. Expand
Predictive Business Process Monitoring with LSTM Neural Networks
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This paper investigates Long Short-Term Memory neural networks as an approach to build consistently accurate models for a wide range of predictive process monitoring tasks and shows that LSTMs outperform existing techniques to predict the next event of a running case and its timestamp. Expand
Graph Matching Algorithms for Business Process Model Similarity Search
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This work evaluates four graph matching algorithms, ranging from a greedy one to a relatively exhaustive one, and shows that the mean average precision obtained by a fast greedy algorithm is close to that obtained with the most exhaustive algorithm. Expand
Service Interaction Patterns
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A collection of patterns of service interactions which allow emerging web services functionality, especially that pertaining to choreography and orchestration, to be benchmarked against abstracted forms of representative scenarios are presented. Expand
The Self-Serv Environment for Web Services Composition
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This paper considers how the mechanism for composing services in Self-Serv is based on two major concepts: the composite service and the service container. Expand
On the Suitability of BPMN for Business Process Modelling
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This paper examines the suitability of the Business Process Modelling Notation for business process modelling, using the Workflow Patterns as an evaluation framework, a sequel to previous work in which languages including BPEL and UML Activity Diagrams were evaluated. Expand
Analysis of Web Services Composition Languages: The Case of BPEL4WS
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An in-depth analysis of the Business Process Execution Language for Web Services (BPEL4WS) with respect to a framework composed of workflow and communication patterns is presented. Expand
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