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Monday, October 19

2:15pm CEST

QMMQ2015 Workshop
Data Currency Assessment through Data Mining
Sergio Pio Alvarez*, Adriana Marotta* and Libertad Tansini*
* Universidad de la República, Uruguay 

Improving Model Quality through Foundational Ontologies: Two Contrasting Approaches to the Representation of Roles
Sergio de Cesare*, Brian Henderson-Sellers**, Chris Partridge*'*** and Mark Lycett*
* Brunel University London, UK
** University of Technology Sydney, Australia
*** BORO Solution Ltd., UK

Evaluating the Gap between an RDF Dataset and Its Schema
Kenza Kellou-Menouer* and Zoubida Kedad*
* PRISM - University of Versailles Saint-Quentin-en-Yvelines, France

Modeling Stories for Conceptual Model Assessment
Bernardo Braga* and João Paulo Almeida*
* Federal University of Espírito Santo (UFES), Brazil 

Monday October 19, 2015 2:15pm - 3:45pm CEST
Tuesday, October 20

2:00pm CEST

MReBA'15 Workshop
Facilitation and Management of Modeling Projects: Experiences and Outlook
Keynote by Janis Stirna*
* Stockholm University, Sweden

Towards a Socio-Institutional Ontology for Conceptual Modelling of Information Systems
Maria Bergholtz* and Owen Eriksson**
* Stockholm University, Sweden
** Uppsala University, Sweden

Tuesday October 20, 2015 2:00pm - 3:30pm CEST
L50 Borgarfjordsgatan 10

2:00pm CEST

SCBC Workshop - New Research Directions

Session Chair: Peter Chen, Carnegie Mellon University

Presentation slides can be found here


  • Privacy and Big Data
    Dr. Nick Multari
    Pacific Northwest National Lab., US
  • Conceptual Modeling on NoSQL/Big Data
    Dr. Tok Wang Ling
    Univ. of Singapore
  • Characterizing Research on Big Data and Security based on a Bibliometric Study
    Dr. Jacky Akoka
    CNAM, France
  • Software R&D Trends
    Dr. Matthias Jarke
    RWTH-Aachen, Germany
  • Modeling for Quality Aware Software Engineering
    Henrich Mayr
    AAU, Austria

Tuesday October 20, 2015 2:00pm - 3:30pm CEST

4:00pm CEST

MReBA'15 Workshop
Modeling and Utilizing Security Knowledge for Eliciting Security Requirements
Tatsuya Abe*, Shinpei Hayashi* and Motoshi Saeki*
* Tokyo Institute of Technology Ookayama, Japan

Towards the Derivation of Secure Business Process Designs
Nikolaos Argyropoulos, Haralambos Mouratidis and Andrew Fish
* University of Brighton, UK

Goal-Oriented Requirement Engineering Support for Business Continuity Planning 
Alvaro Arenas*, Philippe Massonet**, Christophe Ponsard ** and Benjamin Aziz***
* IE University, Spain
** CETIC Research Centre, Belgium
*** University of Portsmouth, UK

Tuesday October 20, 2015 4:00pm - 5:30pm CEST
L50 Borgarfjordsgatan 10
Wednesday, October 21

2:15pm CEST

CMS 2015 Workshop
A Use and Exchange Perspective for Explicating the Notion of Service
Invited Talk by Paul Johannesson*
* Stockholm University, Sweden

Providing Ontology-Based Privacy-Aware Data Access through Web Services
Sven Hartmann*, Hui Ma** and Panrawee Vechsamutvaree**
* Clausthal University of Technology, Germany
** Victoria University of Wellington, New Zealand 

Wednesday October 21, 2015 2:15pm - 3:45pm CEST
L70 Borgarfjordsgatan 10

2:15pm CEST

MoBiD'15 Workshop
Models for NoSQL databases: a contradiction? 
Paolo Atzeni*
* Università Roma Tre, Italy

A Food Recommendation System Based on Semantic Annotations and Reference Prescriptions 
Devis Bianchini*, Valeria De Antonellis* and Michele Melchiori*
* University of Brescia, Italy 

Wednesday October 21, 2015 2:15pm - 3:45pm CEST
L50 Borgarfjordsgatan 10

4:15pm CEST

CMS 2015 Workshop
A Conceptual Model for Services
Invited Talk by Bernhard Thalheim* and Ajantha Dahanayake**
* Christian Albrechts University Kiel, Germany
** Prince Sultan University, Riyadh, Kingdom of Saudi Arabia

Integration and Exchangeability of External Security-Critical Web Services in a Model-Driven Approach 
Marian Borek*, Kurt Stenzel*, Kuzman Katkalov* and Wolfgang Reif*
* University of Augsburg, Germany

Wednesday October 21, 2015 4:15pm - 5:45pm CEST
L70 Borgarfjordsgatan 10

4:15pm CEST

MoBiD'15 Workshop
Obtaining Key Performance Indicators by Using Data Mining Techniques 
Roberto Tardío* and Jesús Peral*
* University of Alicante, Spain

Big Data Normalization for Massively Parallel Processing Databases 
Nikolay Golov* and Lars Rönnbäck**
* Higher School of Economics, Russia
** Stockholm University, Sweden 

I8K|DQ-BigData: I8K Architecture Extension for Data Quality in Big Data 
Bibiano Rivas*, Jorge Merino*, Manuel Serrano*, Ismael Caballero* and Mario Piattini*
* Universidad de Castilla–La Mancha, Ciudad Real, Spain 

Research on Big Data: Characterizing the Field and its Dimensions
Jacky Akoka*'**, Isabelle Comyn-Wattiau*;*** and Nabil Laoufi*
** TEM-Institut Mines Telecom, France
*** ESSEC Business School, France

Wednesday October 21, 2015 4:15pm - 5:45pm CEST
L50 Borgarfjordsgatan 10
Thursday, October 22

9:00am CEST

EMoV 2015 Workshop
A Study of Different Visualizations for Visualizing Differences in Process Models
Manuel Gall*, Günter Wallner**, Simone Kriglstein***, Stefanie Rinderle-Ma*
* University of Vienna, Austria
** University of Applied Arts Vienna, Austria
*** Technical University of Vienna, Austria

Bitemporal Support for Business Process Contingency Management
John Wondoh*, Georg Grossmann*, Dragan Gasevic**, Manfred Reichert***, Michael Schrefl****, Markus Stumptner*
* University of South Australia, Australia
** University of Edinburgh, UK
*** Ulm University, Germany
**** Johannes Kepler University of Linz, Austria

Towards an Extended Metamodel of Event-driven Process Chains to Model Complex Event Patterns
Julian Krumeich*, Nijat Mehdiyev*, Dirk Werth*, Peter Loos*
* Institute for Information Systems (IWi) at the German Research Center for Artificial Intelligence (DFKI GmbH), Germany 

Production Process Monitoring Using Model-Driven Event Processing Networks
Falko Kötter* and Tobias Krause*
* University of Stuttgart IAT, Germany

Thursday October 22, 2015 9:00am - 10:30am CEST
L70 Borgarfjordsgatan 10

9:00am CEST

MORE-BI 2015 Workshop
Invited Keynote: The Business Intelligence Model – Foundations, Experiences, and Ongoing Work
Jennifer Horkoff

Business intelligence (BI) offers tremendous potential for business organizations to gain insights into their day-to-day operations, as well as longer term opportunities and threats. However, most of today’s BI tools are based on models that are too data-oriented from the point of view of business decision makers, difficult to understand in terms of business objectives and strategies. We have proposed to use conceptual modeling in order to bridge this gap between business-level understanding and representations in databases and data warehouses – making BI data meaningful. This talk summarizes past, current and future work on the Business Intelligence Model (BIM) conceptual modeling framework. BIM offers concepts familiar to business decision making—such as goals, strategies, processes, situations, influences, and indicators. Unlike many enterprise models which are meant to be used to derive, manage, or align with IT system implementations, BIM aims to help business users organize and make sense of the vast amounts of data about the enterprise and its external environment. This talk covers core BIM concepts, focusing especially on reasoning with BIM.

BIM includes both qualitative and quantitative reasoning about situations, goals and influences, using data from indicators. Formal reasoning techniques are available using a translation to a subset of the OWL Description Logic (DL). Such reasoning supports strategic analysis of business objectives in light of current enterprise data, allowing analysts to explore scenarios and find alternative strategies. BIM has been expanded to consider tactical refinement (TBIM), and to include the Five Forces Model, to better support strategic decision making. The framework has been applied to several large cases, including a large Canadian Hospital and a leisure cruise business. A prototype implementation has allowed for BIM and TBIM to be taught as part of a graduate course in Information Systems. Ongoing work has focused in several directions, including multidimensional views, comparison of strategic alternatives, and analyzing indicators to find new model relationships or more adequate measures.

Thursday October 22, 2015 9:00am - 10:30am CEST
L50 Borgarfjordsgatan 10

11:00am CEST

MORE-BI 2015 Workshop
A First Framework for Top-K Cubes Queries
Rahma Djiroun*, Sandro Bimonte** and Kamel Boukhalfa*
* USTHB, Bab Ezzouar, Algeria
** IRSTEA, France

Model-based Requirements Engineering for Data Warehouses: From Multidimensional Modelling to KPI Monitoring
Azadeh Nasiri**, Robert Wrembel* and Esteban Zimányi**
* Poznan University of Technology, Poland
** Université Libre de Bruxelles, Belgium 

Towards Ontology-driven RDF Analytics
Bernd Neumayr*, Christoph G. Schuetz* and Michael Schrefl*
* Johannes Kepler University Linz, Austria

Thursday October 22, 2015 11:00am - 12:30pm CEST
L50 Borgarfjordsgatan 10

11:00am CEST

AHA 2015 Workshop
Opening: Conceptual Modeling for Ambient Assistance and Healthy Ageing - Challenges and Research Directions 
Heinrich C. Mayr*
* Alpen-Adria-Universität Klagenfurt, Austria

PersonLink: An Ontology Representing Family Relationships for the CAPTAIN MEMO Memory Prosthesis 
Noura Herradi*, Fayçal Hamdi*, Elisabeth Métais*, Fatma Ghorbel***, and Assia Soukane**
* Conservatoire National des Arts et Métiers (CNAM), Paris, France
** Ecole Centrale d'Electronique (ECE), Paris, France
** Université de Sfax, Tunisia

A Semantic Model for Proactive Home Care Systems 
Alencar Machado*'**, Leandro Krug Wives*, and José Palazzo Moreira de Oliveira*
* Instituto de Informática, Brazil
** Universidade Federal de Santa Maria, Brazil

Understanding Care Work and the Coordination of Care Process Conglomerations 
Monica Winge*, Erik Perjons*, Benkt Wangler*
* Stockholm University, Sweden 

A Method to Analyze, Diagnose and Propose Innovations for Complex Ecosystems: the InnoServ Project
Mario Cortes-Cornax*, Dominique Rieu*, Christine Verdier*, Agnès Front*, Fabrice Forest**, Annabelle Mercier***, Anne Marie Benoit****, Aurélien Faravelon*****
* Univ. Grenoble Alpes, France
*** Univ. Grenoble Alpes, France
**** CNRS, France
***** Institut Rhone-Alpin des Systèmes Complexes, France

Concluding Discussion

Thursday October 22, 2015 11:00am - 1:00pm CEST
L70 Borgarfjordsgatan 10
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