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Monday, October 19
 

11:15am CEST

Paper Session 3 - Ontology-based Modeling
Chair: Sergio de Cesare

Extending the Foundations of Ontology-based Conceptual Modeling with a Multi-Level Theory

Victorio Albani Carvalho**, Joao Paulo Almeida*, Claudenir Morais Fonseca*, and Giancarlo Guizzardi*
* Federal University of Espírito Santo (UFES), Brazil
** Federal Institute of Espírito Santo (IFES), Brazil

Logical Design Patterns for Information System Development Problems
Wolfgang Maaß* and Veda Storey**
* Saarland University, Germany
** Georgia State University, USA

A Middle-Level Ontology for Context Modelling
Oscar Cabrera*, Xavier Franch* and Jordi Marco*
* Universitat Politècnica de Catalunya – BarcelonaTech, Spain 

Monday October 19, 2015 11:15am - 12:45pm CEST
L50 Borgarfjordsgatan 10

2:15pm CEST

SCME - Session 1

The Role of Ontological Analysis in Educating to Conceptual Modeling 
Invited Talk by Nicola Guarino 

Challenges in Teaching Conceptual Modeling for Architecting
Gerrit Muller*
* HBV, Norway


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Nicola Guarino

Nicola Guarino is research director at the Institute for Cognitive Sciences and Technologies of the Italian National Research Council (ISTC-CNR), where he leads the Laboratory for Applied Ontology (LOA), a section of the Institute located in Trento. Since 1991 he has been playing... Read More →


Monday October 19, 2015 2:15pm - 3:45pm CEST
L50 Borgarfjordsgatan 10

4:15pm CEST

SCME - Session 2

Effects of Simulation on Novices’ Understanding of the Concept of Inheritance in Conceptual Modeling
Gayane Sedrakyan* and Monique Snoeck*
* Katholieke Universiteit Leuven, Management Information Systems, Leuven 

The Importance of Teaching Systematic Analysis for Conceptual Models: An Experience Report
Elda Paja*, Jennifer Horkoff** and John Mylopoulos*
* University of Trento, Italy
** City University London, UK 

Reuse of Simulated Cases in Teaching Enterprise Modelling
Ilia Bider*, Martin Henkel*, Stewart Kowalski* and Erik Perjons*
* Stockholm University, Sweden


Monday October 19, 2015 4:15pm - 5:35pm CEST
L50 Borgarfjordsgatan 10
 
Tuesday, October 20
 

11:00am CEST

PhD Symposium
Framework FINFLEX: the cost-benefit analysis of Enterprise Architecture’s roadmaps considering the flexibility and uncertainty
Yeimi Pena
Universidad de Los Andes, Software Engineering Department, Bogota, Colombia

From Situation Modelling to a Distributed Rule-Based Platform for Situation Awareness: An Ontological Framework for Disaster Management Applications
João Luiz Rebelo Moreira
Services, Cyber-security and Safety group (SCS), University of Twente, Netherlands

Towards Aspect Aware Business Process Management

Amin Jalali
Stockholm University, Sweden

Tuesday October 20, 2015 11:00am - 1:45pm CEST
L50 Borgarfjordsgatan 10

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

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
 

11:15am CEST

Paper Session 10 - Modeling and Visualization of User Generated Content
Chair: Giancarlo Giuzzardi

Personalized Knowledge Visualization in Twitter

Chen Liu*,  Dongxiang Zhang** and Yueguo Chen*** 
* Rakuten Institute of Technology, Tokyo, Japan
** National University of Singapore, Singapore 
*** Renmin University of China, Beijing, China

A Multi-Dimensional Approach to Crowd-Consensus Modeling and Evaluation
Silvana Castano*, Alfio Ferrara* and Stefano Montanelli*
* Università degli Studi di Milano, Italy 

Principles for Modeling User-Generated Content
Roman Lukyanenko* and Jeffrey Parsons**
* Florida International University, Miami, USA
** Memorial University of Newfoundland, St. John’s, Canada

Ranking Friendly Result Composition for XML Keyword Search
Ziang Liu*, Yichuang Cai**, Yi Shan*** and Yi Chen****
* LinkedIn, USA
** Microsoft, USA
*** Arizona State University, USA
**** New Jersey Institute of Technology, USA

Wednesday October 21, 2015 11:15am - 12:45pm CEST
L50 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

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*
* CEDRIC-CNAM, France
** 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

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
 
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