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    Linked Data in Business
    (Business & Information Systems Engineering: Vol. 58, No. 5, 2016) Abramowicz, Witold; Auer, Sören; Heath, Tom
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    Erratum to: Theories in Business and Information Systems Engineering
    (Business & Information Systems Engineering: Vol. 58, No. 5, 2016) Bichler, Martin; Frank, Ulrich; Avison, David; Malaurent, Julien; Fettke, Peter; Hovorka, Dirk; Krämer, Jan; Schnurr, Daniel; Müller, Benjamin; Suhl, Leena; Thalheim, Bernhard
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    Interview with Frank van Harmelen on “Linked Data and Business Information Systems”
    (Business & Information Systems Engineering: Vol. 58, No. 5, 2016) Auer, Sören
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    Advanced User Assistance Systems
    (Business & Information Systems Engineering: Vol. 58, No. 5, 2016) Maedche, Alexander; Morana, Stefan; Schacht, Silvia; Werth, Dirk; Krumeich, Julian
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    Provalets: Component-Based Mobile Agents as Microservices for Rule-Based Data Access, Processing and Analytics
    (Business & Information Systems Engineering: Vol. 58, No. 5, 2016) Paschke, Adrian
    Provalets are mobile rule agents for rule-based data access, semantic processing, and inference analytics. They can be dynamically deployed as microservices from Maven repositories into standardized container environments such as OSGi, where they can be used via simple REST calls. The programming model supports rapid prototyping and reuse of Provalets components to build Linked Enterprise Data applications where the sensible corporate data is not transmitted outside the enterprise, but instead the Provalets providing data processing and knowledge inference capabilities are moved closer to the data.
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    Enriching Linked Data with Semantics from Domain-Specific Diagrammatic Models
    (Business & Information Systems Engineering: Vol. 58, No. 5, 2016) Buchmann, Robert A.; Karagiannis, Dimitris
    One key driver of the Linked Data paradigm is the ability to lift data graphs from legacy systems by employing various adapters and RDFizers (e.g., D2RQ for relational databases, XLWrap for spreadsheets). Such approaches aim towards removing boundaries of enterprise data silos by opening them to cross-organizational linking within a “Web of Data”. An insufficiently tapped source of machine-readable semantics is the underlying graph nature of diagrammatic conceptual models – a kind of information that is richer compared to what is typically lifted from table schemata, especially when a domain-specific modeling language is employed. The paper advocates an approach to Linked Data enrichment based on a diagrammatic model RDFizer originally developed in the context of the ComVantage FP7 research project. A minimal but illustrative example is provided from which arguments will be generalized, leading to a proposed vision of “conceptual model”-aware information systems.
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    Supporting the Refinement of Clinical Process Models to Computer-Interpretable Guideline Models
    (Business & Information Systems Engineering: Vol. 58, No. 5, 2016) Martínez-Salvador, Begoña; Marcos, Mar
    Clinical guidelines contain recommendations on the appropriate management of patients with specific clinical conditions. A prerequisite for using clinical guidelines in information systems is to encode them in a Computer-Interpretable Guideline (CIG) language. However, this is a difficult and demanding task, usually done by IT staff. The goal of the paper is to facilitate the encoding of clinical guidelines in CIG languages, while increasing the involvement of clinicians. To achieve this, it is proposed to support the refinement of guideline processes from a preliminary specification in a business process language to a detailed implementation in one of the available CIG languages. The approach relies on the use of the Business Process Model and Notation (BPMN) for the specification level, a CIG language for the implementation level, and on algorithms to semi-automatically transform guideline models in BPMN into the CIG language of choice. As a first step towards the implementation of the approach, in this work algorithms are implemented to transform a BPMN specification of clinical processes into the PROforma CIG language, and are successfully applied to several clinical guidelines.