Mohamed Boukhebouze

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Efficient organisations need to ensure that their business processes are flexible so that these processes can easily accommodate changes in regulations and policies. Appropriate techniques to model and verify these processes are required. In this paper, we present a rule-based approach, which is built upon the event-condition-action model (ECA) and(More)
This paper introduces an XML Schema management platform that promotes the use of matching techniques to fulfill the requirements of data integration and data exchange. The existing platforms, in the market, deal only with graphical but not automatic matching. Several matching algorithms were suggested, by different researchers, to automate the(More)
In this demo paper, we present SUPER standing for Socialbased bU siness Process managEment fRamework that leverages social computing principles for the design and development of social business processes (aka business processes 2.0). SUPER identifies task, person, and machine as the core components of a business process. Afterwards, SUPER establishes a set(More)
Several matching algorithms were recently developed in order to automate or semi-automate the process of correspondences discovery between XML schemas. These algorithms use a wide range of approaches and matching techniques covering linguistic similarity, structural similarity, constraints, etc. The final matching combines arithmetically different results(More)