Institute for Computer Research (ICR) seminar
"Process model change management"
IBM Research, Zurich
Friday, November 5, 2010
University of Waterloo, Davis Centre, Room DC 1304
Process models are a key artifact when designing and implementing modern enterprise applications. Process model change management is required to allow multiple users to work with models simultaneously. In this talk, we present the main concepts of our approach to process model change management, which is based on compound operations and a process structure tree.
Jochen Malte Kuester studied Computer Science with Mathematics at University of Paderborn, Germany, with stays at University College London, UK, and Carleton University, Canada. He received the degree of Diplom-Informatiker from University of Paderborn in 2000 and his doctoral degree in March 2004 for a dissertation on Consistency Management of Object-Oriented Behavioral Models. Since July 2004, Dr. Kuester is employed by IBM Research in Rueschlikon, Switzerland. His research interests include consistency management, model transformations, business process modeling and model-driven development of service-oriented applications.
Sponsored by the Ontario Research Fund (ORF) Research Excellence Project: "Software Service Engineering"
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