Sonja Kabicher

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Basically there are two options to display process change: (a) showing the corresponding process model before and after the change, or (b) including change tracking options within the process model. In this paper we want to find out how to support users best in grasping process changes. For this, first of all, a conceptualization of Change Tracking Graphs(More)
Process-Aware Information Systems (PAIS) support organizations in managing and automating their processes. A full automation of processes is in particular industries, such as service-oriented markets, not practicable. The integration of humans in PAIS is necessary to manage and perform processes that require human capabilities, judgments and decisions. A(More)
Organizations need to deal with change in order to remain competitive in a dynamic, global business world. When business processes need to be redesigned, it often remains unclear why a process evolved to its current form. Against this background , process change documentations can be helpful in order to illustrate and capture change information. The main(More)
In the context of business process modeling, the transformation of process information elicited from process participants into process models often remains a black box. This paper presents a method that supports the designer to extract a formal business process model from natural language captured in written form in a transparent and traceable way. To-do's(More)
Peer review is used as an effective quality assurance measure in many contexts, including science, business, programming or education. In education, several studies confirmed the positive effects of peer reviewing on student learning. Based on recent research concerning the role of media in the peer review process this study investigates how students(More)
Process-Aware Information Systems consider various characteristics of resources, such as capabilities, as a driver for allocating task to humans. Work experience has been discussed as a possible variable of history-based allocation, and has been primarily regarded from the perspective of the process. However, work experience has been considered in a limited(More)
Accurate process model elicitation continues to be a time consuming task, requiring skill on the part of the interviewer to process information from interviewees. Many errors occur in this stage that would be avoided by better activity recall, more consistent specification and greater engagement by interviewees. Situated cognition theory indicates that 3D(More)