The AMCIS 2007 was recently held in Keystone, Colorado (August 9-12, 2007). The SIGPAM sponsored minitrack on Business Process Automation and Management was organized by co-chairs Amit V. Deokar, Michael zur Muehlen, and Jay F. Nunamaker, Jr. The minitrack received a good response from researchers in this field and triggered some interesting discussions. The following four papers were presented during this minitrack:

  1. Integration of a Business Rules Engine to Manage Frequently Changing Workflow: A Case Study of Insurance Underwriting Workflow by George K. Royce
  2. Towards Enhanced Business Process Models Based on Fuzzy Attributes and Rules by Oliver Thomas, Thorsten Dollmann, and Peter Loos (Presentation)
  3. Are We There Yet? Seamless Mapping of BPMN to BPEL4WS by Marta Indulska, Jan Recker, Peter Green, and Michael Rosemann (Presentation)
  4. An Approach for Capacity Planning of Web Service Workflows by Julian Eckert, Nicolas Repp, Stefan Schulte, Rainer Berbner, and Ralf Steinmetz
One Response to “Papers Presented at the AMCIS 2007 Minitrack on Business Process Automation and Management”
  1. Roeland Loggen says:

    Great that these articles are published freely, instead behind some expensive paid conference or research institute website! Thanks!

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