June 13-15, 2007

Trondheim, Norway

 

 

 

                                          Main program at a glance

                                                                                                             

Wednesday               

13/06

Thursday

14/06

Friday

15/06

 

09:00

10:30

Opening and

keynote

Ora Lassila

09:00

10:30

Keynotes

Pekka Abrahamsson/

Kristen Krogh

09:00

10:30

 Method Engineering

New Applications

 

 

 

 

 

 

11:00

12:30

Mini-Tutorial

Enterprise Modelling  

Ontologies

Mini-tutorial Service Oriented Architecture

11:00

12:30

Requirement engineering 1

Process Modelling 1

11:00

12:30

Participatory modelling

Process-aware IS

 

Lunch

 

Lunch

 

Lunch

13:30

15:00

Extended

enterprises

Information Integration

 SOA -1

13:30

15:00

Requirement engineering 2

Process modelling 2

13:30

15:00

 

Panel - the future of ISE

 

 

 

 

15:00

15:30

Closing

15:30

17:00

Strategic Alignment

SOA -2

15:30

17:00

CAiSE Forum

 

 

 

19:00

Conference Reception

19:00-

Conference dinner

 

 

 

 

 

Detailed preliminary program

 

Wednesday 13/6-2007

 

09:00-10:30  Opening and Keynote Presentation

 

Principal NTNU, Torbjørn Digernes

 

Ora Lassila of Nokia Research Center, USA:

"Setting Your Data Free: Thoughts on Information Interoperability"

 

10:30-11:00 Break

 

11:00-12:30 Parallel sessions 1,  papers and mini tutorials

 

Mini-tutorial 1: Collaborative Distributed Enterprise Modelling: Graham McLeod

 

Mini-tutorial 2: Service-oriented Architecture (SOA): Arne Jørgen Berre

 

 

 

 

 

 

Paper session: Ontologies Session Chair Kalle Lyytinen

 

  • On Some Modal Properties of Ontologically Well-Founded Structural Conceptual Models, by Guizzardi - page 5
  • Change Detection in Ontologies using DAG Comparison, by Eder, Wiggisser - page 21
  • Automatic Generation of Model Translations, by Papotti, Torlonepage 36

 

12:30-13:30 Lunch

 

13:30-15:00 Parallel sessions 2,

 

Paper session: Extended Enterprises Session Chair Jaelson Castro

 

  • Handling Instance Correspondence in Inter-Organisational Workflows, by Zhao, Liu, Yang, Sadiqpage 51
  • Assessing Feasibility of IT-enabled Networked Value Constellations: A Case Study in the Electricity Sector, by Derzsi, Gordijn, Kok, Akkermans, Tan – page 66
  • Behavioral Consistency for B2B Process Integration, by Decker, Weskepage 81

 

Paper session: Information Integration Session Chair Zorah Bellahsene

 

  • Declarative XML Data Cleaning with XClean, by Weis, Manolescupage 96
  • Personalizing PageRank-Based Ranking over Distributed Collections, by Costache, Nejdl, Paiupage 111
  • Generic Schema Merging, by Quix, Kensche, Li - - page 127

 

Paper session: Service Oriented Architecture 1   Session chair Camille Salinesi

 

  • Discovering Web Services To Specify More Complete System Requirements, by Zachos, Maiden, Zhu, Jones – page 142
  • On ISOA Intentional Services Oriented Architecture, by Rolland, Kaabi, Kraiempage 158
  • WSXplorer: Searching for Desired Web Services, by Hao, Zhang, Cao - page 173

 

15:00-15:30 Break

 

15:30-17:00 Parallel sessions 3,  

 

Paper session: Strategic Alignment  Session Chair Eric Dubois

 

  • e3forces: Understanding Strategies of Networked e3value Constellations by Analyzing Environmental Forces, by Pijpers, Gordijnpage 188
  • Aligning IS to organization’s strategy: the INSTAL method, by Thevenet, Salinesipage 203
  • Towards a Framework for Tracking Legal Compliance in Healthcare, by Ghanavati, Amyot, Peyton – page 218

 

Paper session: Service Oriented Architecture 2   Session Chair Neil Maiden

 

  • Conceptual Modeling of Privacy-Aware Web Service Protocols, by Hamadi, Paik, Benatallahpage 233
  • Policies for Context-Driven Transactional Web Services, by Maamar, Narendra, Benslimane, Subramanian -  page 249
  • On Automated Generation of Web Service Level Agreements, by Cappiello, Comuzzi, Plebanipage 264

 

19:00 Reception at the Arch-bishop palace

 


 

Thursday 14/6-2007

 

09:00-10:30 Keynotes Session Chair

 

Pekka Abrahamsson of VTT, Finland: “Agile Software Development of Mobile Information Systems”, page 1

 

Christen Krogh of Opera Software, Norway: “40 million users, 300 engineers, 40 enterprise customers, 7 development locations, and 1 cvs - Lessons learned through design, development and deployment of the Opera browser”

 

10:30-11:00 Break

 

11:00-12:30 Parallel sessions 4,

 

Paper session: Requirements 1 Session Chair Jaap Gordijn

 

  • RED-PL, a Method for Deriving Product Requirements from a Product Line Requirements Model, by Djebbi, Salinesi - page 279
  • Deciding to Adopt Requirements Traceability in Practice, by Blaauboer, Sikkel, Aydinpage 294
  • Designing Social Patterns using Advanced Separation of Concerns, by Silva, Araújo, Moreira, Castro – page 309

 

Paper session: Process Modelling 1 Session Chair Janis Stirna

 

  • Modeling Business Contexture and Behavior Using Business Artifacts, by Liu, Bhattacharya, Wu – page 324
  • Policies and Aspects for the Supervision of BPEL Processes, by Baresi, Guinea, Plebanipage 340
  • Goal Annotation of Process Models for Semantic Enrichment of Process Knowledge, by Lin, Sølvberg- page 355

 

12:30-13:30 Lunch

 

13:30-15:00  Parallel sessions 4

 

Paper session: Requirements 2 Session Chair Anne Persson

 

  • Stakeholder Identification: a Review of Techniques that Improve the Quality in Software Requirements Specification, by Pacheco, Tovar – page 370
  • The Impact of Task Structure and Negotiation Sequence on Distributed Requirements Negotiation ..., by Van de Walle, Lowry Campbell, Deekpage 381
  • Introducing Graphic Designers in a Web Development Process, by Valderas, Pelechano, Pastor – page 395

 

Paper session: Process Modelling 2 Session Chair Johann Eder

 

  • Abstractions for Communication Between Distributed Business Processes, by Aldred, Aalst, Dumas, Hofstedepage 409
  • Questionnaire-driven Configuration of Reference Process Models, by La Rosa, Lux, Seidel, Dumas, Hofstedepage 424
  • Formalization and Verification of EPCs with OR-Joins Based on State and Context, by Mendling, Aalst- page 439

 

15:00-15:30 Break

 

 

 

15:30-17:00+ CAiSE Forum

 

Ubiquitous Information Systems

Achieving trust in IT outsourcing relationships.......................................... 1

Eva Söderström and Christian Lennerholt

Modeling Ubiquitous Business Process Driven Applications...................... 5

Victoria Torres, Pau Giner, and Vicente Pelechano

Development of an Ubiquitous Decision Support System for Clinical Guidelines using MDA............................................................................................................... 9

Ivan Porres, Eladio Domínguez, Beatriz Pérez, Áurea Rodríguez, and María A. Zapata

Grid Services for Efficient Decentralized Indexation and Query Execution on Distributed Data Warehouses.................................................................................. 13

Pascal Wehrle, Anne Tchounikine, and Maryvonne Miquel

Incorporating Completeness Quality Support in Internet Query Systems.. 17

Sandra de F. Mendes Sampaio, and Pedro R. Falcone Sampaio

Analyzing the Business of Software: A Modelling Technique for Software Supply Networks............................................................................................................. 21

Slinger Jansen, Anthony Finkelstein, and Sjaak Brinkkemper

A Context-based Approach for Complex Semantic Matching.................... 25

Youssef Bououlid Idrissi and Julie Vachon

 

BPM and Workflow

Peer-to-Peer Execution of BPEL Processes............................................ 29

Weihai Yu

Specification and Verification of Authorization Policies for Web Services Composition     ............................................................................................................ 33

Mohsen Rouached and Claude Godart

Fact-Oriented Business Rule Modeling in the Event Perspective............. 37

Peter Bollen

A weighted coupling metric for business process models........................ 41

Irene Vanderfeesten, Jorge Cardoso, and Hajo A. Reijers

PICTURE – A new Approach for Domain-Specific Process Modelling...... 45

Jörg Becker, Daniel Pfeiffer, and Michael Räckers

Rule-based Autocompletion of Business Process Models........................ 49

Thomas Hornung, Agnes Koschmider, and Andreas Oberweis

Error Metrics for Business Process Models............................................ 53

Jan Mendling and Gustaf Neumann

A Blackboard Architecture for Workflows................................................ 57

Stefan Kleine Stegemann, Burkhardt Funk, and Thomas Slotos

A Semantic-based Approach for Compliance Management of Internal Controls in Business Processes............................................................................................. 61

Kioumars Namiri, Nenad Stojanovic

 

Conceptual Modeling, IS Design- and Architecture

Automated Semantic Analyses of Conceptual Models.............................. 65

Jörg Becker, Daniel Pfeiffer

Generating Multidimensional Schemas from the Semantic Web............... 69

Oscar Romero and Alberto Abelló

Principles of Screenography.................................................................. 73

Thomas Moritz, René Noack, Klaus-Dieter Schewe, and Bernhard Thalheim

Measuring Model Transformation in Model Driven Development.............. 77

Motoshi Saeki and Haruhiko Kaiya

Towards more Reuse in Conceptual Modeling – A Combined Approach using Contexts   ............................................................................................................ 81

Jörg Becker, Christian Janiesch, and Daniel Pfeiffer

A comparison of deontic matrices, maps and activity diagrams for the construction of situational methods................................................................................ 85

Valeria Seidita, Jolita Ralyté, Brian Henderson-Sellers, Massimo Cossentino, and Nicolas Arni-Bloch

Situational Method Engineering: Fragments or Chunks?.......................... 89

B. Henderson-Sellers, C. Gonzalez-Perez, and J. Ralyté

 

19:00 Conference Dinner


 

Friday 15/6-2007

 

09:00-10:30  Paper session 6

 

Paper session: Method Engineeering Session Chair Motoshi Saeki

 

  • Towards More Extensible MetaCASE tools, by Englebert, Heymans – page 454
  • Concepts for Incremental Method Evolution: Empirical Exploration and Validation in Requirements Management, by Weerd, Brinkkemper, Versendaalpage 469
  • ReeF: Defining a Customizable Reengineering Framework, by Grau, Franchpage 485

 

Paper session: New Applications Session Chair Colette Rolland

 

  • Publishing and Discovering Information and Services for Tagged Products, by Roduner, Langheinrichpage 501
  • Automating Standard Operating Procedures in Intensive Care, by Sedlmayr, Rose, Greiser, Röhrig, Meister, Michel-Backofenpage 516
  • Backing Web Service-Accessed Data Sources in Loosely Coupled Information Systems, by Barhamgi, Champin, Benslimane, Oukselpage 531

 

10:30-11:00  Break

 

11:00-12:15  Parallel sessions 7

 

Paper session: Participative Modelling Session Chair Erik Proper

 

  • Participative Enterprise Modeling: Experiences and Recommendations, by Stirna, Persson, Sandkuhlpage 546
  • Negotiating Models, by Rittgen - page 561

 

Paper session: Process-aware IS Session Chair Xavier Franch

 

  • Change Patterns and Change Support Features in Process-Aware Information Systems, by Weber, Rinderle, Reichert - - page 574
  • Analyzing the Dynamic Cost Factors of Process-aware Information Systems: A Model-based Approach, by Mutschler, Reichert, Rinderlepage 589

 

 

12:15-13:30 Lunch

 

13:30-15:00 Panel:

The Future of Information Systems Engineering-

ISE research from 1977, in 2007, and how it will be in 2037.

  

Panel Chair Sjaak Brinkkemper

 

 

The debate of this panel will be around the theme of:

 

 What will we be researching in the field of Information Systems Engineering in 30 years from now?

 

In 1977 dr. Arne Sølvberg was a young ambitious professor recently appointed at the Norwegian Institute of Technology (now incorporated in NTNU - The Norwegian University of Science and Technology). When looking back thirty years at the Information Systems Engineering (ISE) research of that time, we can ask ourselves: what really has changed in research? Information technology has changed dramatically from centrally managed mainframe computers with punch-card programs to web-based ubiquitous computing providing information services anytime, anywhere, and to anybody. But has ISE research really changed? Do we have different research goals and questions? Are our methods and solutions any different from then? And how will it be in 2037? We are sure that IT will be completely different. But, again, will research be changed? Now that one of the thought leaders of ISE is about to leave the scientific arena we need to identify new paths of research requiring new trailblazers.

 

Honorary panellist:

Arne Sølvberg, Norwegian University of Science and Technology, Norway,

 

Distinctive panellists:

Colette Rolland, University of Paris 1- La Sorbonne, France

John Krogstie, Norwegian University of Science and Technology, Norway

Keng Siau, University of Nebraska-Lincoln, USA

Oscar Pastor, University of Valencia, Spain

Terry Halpin, Neumont University, USA

 

 

15:00-15:30  Closing and information on CAiSE’08

 

 

For more information, please contact:

Prof. John Krogstie

IDI, NTNU

John.Krogstie@ idi.ntnu.no

Also see updates at: http://caise07.idi.ntnu.no