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  • A precise style for business process modelling: Results from two controlled experiments 

    Reggio, G; Ricca, F; Scanniello, G; Dodero, G; Di Cerbo, F (Springer, 2011)
    We present a precise style for the modelling of business processes based on the UML activity diagrams and two controlled experiments to compare this style with a lighter variant. The comparison has been performed with ...
  • Precise vs. ultra-light activity diagrams - An experimental assessment in the context of business process modelling 

    Dodero, G; Reggio, G; Ricca, F; Scanniello, G; Di Cerbo, F (Springer, 2011)
    UML activity diagrams are a commonly used notation for modelling business processes in the field of both workflow automation and requirements engineering. In this paper, we present a novel precise style for this notation. ...
  • Proceedings of the 30th International Workshop on Description Logics, Montpellier, France, July 18-21, 2017 

    Artale A; Glimm B; Kontchakov R (RWTH, 2017)
    The International Workshop on Description Logics is the main annual event of the Description Logic research community. It is the forum at which those interested in description logics, from both academia and industry, meet ...
  • Process Management in Construction: The Expansion of the Bolzano Hospital 

    Marengo E; Dallasega; Montali M; Nutt W; Reifer M (Springer, 2017)
  • Process-Aware Data Quality Assessment 

    Savkovic, O (Free University of Bozen-Bolzano, 2016)
    Data quality is one of the most important problems in data management. In this thesis we focus on two problems of data quality: stability and completeness. Stability and completeness are two sides of the same coin. We ...
  • Quality-aware model-driven service engineering 

    Pahl C; Boskovic M; Barrett R; Hasselbring W (Information Science Reference, 2009)
    Service engineering and service-oriented architecture as an integration and platform technology is a recent approach to software systems integration. Quality aspects ranging from interoperability to maintainability to ...
  • Reactive event calculus for monitoring global computing applications 

    Bragaglia S; Chesani F; Mello P; Montali M; Torroni P (Springer, 2012)
    In 1986 Kowalski and Sergot proposed a logic-based formalism named Event Calculus (EC), for specifying in a declarative manner how the happening of events affects some representation (the state) of the world. Since its ...
  • Recommender systems for location-based social networks 

    Symeonidis P; Ntempos D; Manolopoulos Y (Springer New York, 2014)
    Online social networks collect information from users' social contacts and their daily interactions (co-tagging of photos, co-rating of products etc.) to provide them with recommendations of new products or friends. Lately, ...
  • Recommender systems for social tagging systems 

    Marinho LB; Hotho A; Jäschke R; Nanopoulos A; Rendle S; Schmidt-Thieme L; Stumme G; Symeonidis P (Springer Science & Business Media, 2012)
    Social Tagging Systems are web applications in which users upload resources (e.g., bookmarks, videos, photos, etc.) and annotate it with a list of freely chosen keywords called tags. This is a grassroots approach to organize ...
  • Recommender Systems: An Introduction 

    Jannach, D; Zanker, M; Felfernig, A; Friedrich, G (Cambridge University Press, 2011)
    In this age of information overload, people use a variety of strategies to make choices about what to buy, how to spend their leisure time, and even whom to date. Recommender systems automate some of these strategies with ...
  • Recommender Systems: Introduction and Challenges 

    Ricci, F; Rokach, L; Shapira, B (Springer, 2015)
    Recommender Systems (RSs) are software tools and techniques that provide suggestions for items that are most likely of interest to a particular user. In this introductory chapter, we briefly discuss basic RS ideas and ...
  • Recommender Systems: Models and Techniques 

    Ricci F (Springer, 2014)
    RSs are information search and filtering tools that provide suggestions for items to be of use to a user. They have become common in a large number of Internet applications, helping users to make better choices while ...
  • Recommending Based on Implicit Feedback 

    Jannach D; Lerche L; Zanker M (Springer, 2018)
    Recommender systems have shown to be valuable tools for filtering, ranking, and discovery in a variety of application domains such as e-commerce, media repositories or document-based information in general that includes ...
  • Review of: Feyerabend, Paul Karl, Wider den Methodenzwang. Skizze einer Anarchistischen Erkenntnistheorie 

    Metzner-Szigeth, A (Westdeutscher Verlag, 2001)
    „Toyota!“. „Nichts ist unmöglich!“. Mit dieser – oder einer anderen, nicht minder spontanen – Gesangseinlage würde Feyerabend heute eine Vorlesung über Wissenschaftstheorie begonnen haben, wenn er denn noch könnte. So ...
  • Social networking technologies for Free/Open Source e-learning systems 

    Dodero, G; Succi, G; Di Cerbo, F (Springer, 2008)
    In this paper, we illustrate our methodology for academic teaching, based on cooperative learning paradigm, which also relies on cutting edge e-learning techniques. We use Web 2.0 resources to fulfill requirements for an ...
  • Social tagging recommender systems 

    Marinho LB; Nanopoulos A; Schmidt-Thieme L; Jäschke R; Hotho A; Stumme G; Symeonidis P (Springer US, 2011)
    The new generation of Web applications known as (STS) is successfully established and poised for continued growth. STS are open and inherently social; features that have been proven to encourage participation. But while ...
  • Specification and verification of declarative open interaction models: a logic-based approach 

    Montali, M (Springer, 2010)
    Many novel application scenarios and architectures in business process management or service composition are characterized by a distribution of activities and resources, and by complex interaction and coordination dynamics. ...
  • SQL-based temporal query languages 

    Böhlen, M; Gamper, J; Jensen, CS; Snodgrass, RT (Springer US, 2009)
  • Sticky policies for mobile devices 

    Trabelsi, S; Steingruber, T; Dodero, G; Bezzi, M; Di Cerbo, F (ACM, 2013)
    Mobile devices consume significant amounts of information, from different sources. Thus they often deal also with sensitive or confidential data, in places or situations that could be not appropriate, or not compliant with ...