Advances in Intelligent Process-Aware Information Systems: Concepts, Methods, and Technologies

Grambow, Gregor and Oberhauser, Roy and Reichert, Manfred, eds. (2017) Advances in Intelligent Process-Aware Information Systems: Concepts, Methods, and Technologies. Intelligent Systems Reference Library, 123 . Springer. ISBN 978-3-319-52181-7

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This book provides a state-of-the-art perspective on intelligent process-aware information systems and presents chapters on specific facets and approaches applicable to such systems. Further, it highlights novel advances and developments in various aspects of intelligent process-aware information systems and business process management systems. Intelligence capabilities are increasingly being integrated into or created in many of today’s software products and services. Process-aware information systems provide critical computing infrastructure to support the various processes involved in the creation and delivery of business products and services. Yet the integration of intelligence capabilities into process-aware information systems is a non-trivial yet necessary evolution of these complex systems. The book’s individual chapters address adaptive process management, case management processes, autonomically-capable processes, process-oriented information logistics, process recommendations, reasoning over process models, process portability, and business process intelligence. The primary target groups are researchers and PhD/Master students in the field of information systems.

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Subjects:DBIS Research > Publications
ID Code:1499
Deposited By: Prof. Dr. Manfred Reichert
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