ESWC2007 SBPM Tutorial
|ESWC2007 SBPM Tutorial|
ESWC2007 Semantic Business Process Management Tutorial
|Start||June 3 2007 (iCal)|
|End||June 3 2007|
Event in series SUPER Tutorials
The tutorial explains and demonstrates how the combination of Business Process Management (BPM) and Semantic Web Services (SWS) can eliminate the deficiencies that current BPM technology exhibits. We present the state of the art in both areas (process modeling and execution in BPM, the SOA concept in BPM, the SWS approach and frameworks, etc.), motivate the need for explicit use of semantics to overcome the current challenges in BPM, and present a consolidated technical framework that integrates SWS into BPM technology.
The tutorial will be held as a full day event. The morning session covers the foundations and theoretical aspects, while the afternoon is dedicated to a comprehensive hands-on session wherein the attendees actively model Business Processes and Semantic Web Services with respective software tools. Therewith attendees will gain a comprehensive overview of the latest developments in semantically enriched BPM technology, which is one of the central trends in BPM research and development.
The tutorial is held by BPM and SWS experts that actively work on integration of both technologies in the EU-funded SUPER project (homepage: http://ip-super.org/).
- John Domingue (The Open University, UK)
- Carlos Pedrinaci (The Open University, UK)
- Agata Filipowska (The Poznan University of Economics, Poland)
- Dimka Karastoyanova (University of Stuttgart, Germany)
- Sebastian Stein (IDS Scheer AG, Germany)
- Dumitru Roman (Digital Enterprise Research Institute (DERI), Austria)
- Maciej Zaremba (Digital Enterprise Research Institute (DERI), Ireland)