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  • Konferenzbeitrag
    Experience report: social BPM lab enhanced with participation of professionals
    (Modellierung 2016 - Workshopband, 2016) Augenstein, Dominik; Citak, Murat; Ullrich, Meike; Vetter, Arthur
    This article describes the experiences of conducting an enhanced Social BPM Lab. The basic idea of a Social BPM Lab is a case study centered around a fictitious company, where student groups from different locations all over the world are taking part. Thus, computersupported collaboration and modern communication tools are essential for its success. In addition to earlier conducted Labs, in this Lab not only university students participated, but also professionals, to give students an even more realistic learning atmosphere. So the background of the participants was quite heterogeneous. This paper gives an outline of the enhanced Lab setting, the challenges we faced during the Lab and lessons learned.
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    Workshop zur Modellierung in der Hochschullehre
    (Modellierung 2016 - Workshopband, 2016) Fellmann, Michael; Schoknecht, Andreas; Ullrich, Meike
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    Werkzeug zur mobilen Modellierung von Geschäftsprozessen mittels Petri-Netzen
    (Modellierung 2016 - Workshopband, 2016) Alpers, Sascha; Hellfeld, Stefan
    Der mobile Petri-Netz-Editor pne.fzi.de ist ein Werkzeug zur Anzeige, Erstellung und Bearbeitung von Petri-Netz-basierten Geschäftsprozessen. Das Werkzeug pne.fzi.de wurde so konzipiert, dass es eine ortsund geräteunabhängige Modellierung ermöglicht. Darüber hinaus unterstützt der pne.fzi.de die kontinuierliche Weiterarbeit an einem Geschäftsprozessmodell durch intelligente Synchronisierungsmechanismen auch bei einem Gerätewechsel. Zur Umsetzung wurden aktuelle Standards wie die fünfte Version der Hypertext Markup Language (HTML5) verwendet. Um Anwendern den Einsatz des Werkzeugs zu erleichtern, wurden Mechanismen zur intuitiven Be- dienbarkeit und guten Benutzererfahrung (engl. User Experience) als weitere Konzeptionsziele definiert und im Rahmen der Umsetzung berücksichtigt. Beispiele sind die gestenbasierte Modellierung von Geschäftsprozessen sowie ein Token-Spiel zur Verbesserung des Verständnisses des Ablaufs eines Geschäftsprozesses bei Fachanwendern.
  • Konferenzbeitrag
    Modeling in der Hochschullehre: Lernziele, Lerninhalte
    (Modellierung 2016 - Workshopband, 2016) Knittel, Hans-Peter
    Ziel des Artikels ist es, den Gebrauch von Präsentationssoftware wie PowerPoint einzuschränken. Hierzu sieht der Verfasser das Modeling als geeignetes Mittel an. Dass es hierzu nicht genutzt wird, lastet der Verfasser der Hochschullehre als Versäumnis an. Dies wird mit 4 Thesen begründet. Die Quellen für diesen Artikel bilden die Erfahrung des Verfassers aus 20 Jahren IT-Consulting im Bereich Anwendungsentwicklung und der Einführung von Standard Software sowie Veröffentlichungen zum Thema Modeling und Hochschullehre. Die zur Zielerreichung notwendigen Lernziele und Lerninhalte werden abschließend als Inhalt einer Vorlesung und einer Workshop-Reihe im Detail benannt. Der Autor meint, dass der Einsatz von Modellen bei der Vorbereitung und Durchführung von Meetings zum Gewinn von Erkenntnis und Orientierung nützlicher ist, als der Einsatz von Slides.
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    Towards a multi-faceted framework for semantics in enterprise modeling languages
    (Modellierung 2016 - Workshopband, 2016) Braun, Richard
    The semantic specification of Enterprise Modeling Languages (EMLs) is a challenging task that is primarily caused by the immanent subjectivity in the context of enterprise modeling. This covers the interpretation of respective meta model constructs due to their references to the reality. In contrast, EMLs may also contain formal semantics in regard of automating specific parts. Despite the generally accepted relevance of semantics for the application of EMLs, current research lacks in the provision of appropriate description means and largely omits semantic investigations. This paper therefore proposes a multi-faceted framework for the analysis and description of EML semantics in order to increase the awareness of relevant influences. The framework consists of an ontic and epistemological dimension in its core, as material semantics finally address such fundamental aspects. On this basis, several wrapping dimensions are outlined: Conceptualization dimension, pragmatic dimension, representation dimension and the final consensus dimension.
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    Development and evaluation of a component-based context modelling method
    (Modellierung 2016 - Workshopband, 2016) Koç, Hasan; Sandkuhl, Kurt
    In very general terms, a method describes a systematic procedure for problem solving including the required aids and resources. This paper is a continuation of our earlier work that reported on the practices and experiences in the development of a component-based context modelling method in the area of information systems development. The contributions of the paper are (1) the detailed development process of the context modelling method, with a particular focus on artefact evaluation by means of the Framework for Evaluation in Design Science Research (FEDS) (2) additional experiences and lessons learned from the method engineering and application process.
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    Invigorating event-driven process chains - towards an integrated meta model for EPC standardization
    (Modellierung 2016 - Workshopband, 2016) Jannaber, Sven; Karhof, Arne; Riehle, Dennis M.; Thomas, Oliver; Delfmann, Patrick; Becker, Jörg
    When deciding about appropriate modelling languages, the degree of standardization often represents an important decision criterion. Although the EPC is commonly used for process modelling in the last decades, the absence of an official standard leads more and more to its nonconsideration. A coherent meta model is a pillar for the specification of process modelling languages. Accordingly, this work builds the basis for further standardization by providing an integrated meta model for the EPC. The resulting meta model therefore supports the invigoration of the EPC by impelling the future standardization effort.
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    Integrated enterprise modeling lectures for master classes
    (Modellierung 2016 - Workshopband, 2016) Braun, Richard; Wendler, Hannes; Benedict, Martin; Burwitz, Martin; Gand, Kai; Richter, Peggy; Rößler, Richard; Schlieter, Hannes; Stark, Jeannette; Esswein, Werner
    This paper presents the structure and contents of an integrated curriculum on teaching enterprise modeling for master students at a large German university. The module is composed of two main master classes (Business Engineering and Enterprise Modeling) and supplemented by an additional seminar and the final master thesis. The major classes respectively consist of twelve lectures and a large practical exercise part, in which the students have to solve given modeling tasks from two realistic case studies. The curriculum is organized and arranged according to an enterprise architecture framework in order to provide an integrated view on enterprise modeling and respective learning contents. It covers business-related and IT-related perspectives and their consequences for applicable modeling languages.
  • Konferenzbeitrag
    Automated assessment of process modeling exams: basic ideas and prototypical implementation
    (Modellierung 2016 - Workshopband, 2016) Thaler, Tom; Houy, Constantin; Fettke, Peter; Loos, Peter
    The assessment of process modeling exams is a time consuming and complex task. It is desirable to give each student a detailed feedback on their solution in terms of syntactic, semantic, and pragmatic quality. It is obvious that especially in the case of mass courses with hundreds of participants, individual grading of modeling exams by humans is challenging: Besides reliability, consistency, and validity, the efficiency of the grading process must be guaranteed. Against that background, this paper aims at developing first ideas for an automated assessment of process modeling exams. The goal is to improve modeling education while teaching students not only to model correctly but to develop good models. Our ideas were prototypically implemented and applied in an exemplary scenario with promising results. It was possible to identify limitations but also to derive reliable semi-automated approaches for the assessment of process modeling exams.