Business Information Systems: 12th International Conference, by Witold Abramowicz

By Witold Abramowicz

This publication comprises the refereed court cases of the twelfth overseas convention on enterprise details structures, BIS 2009, held in Poznan, Poland, in april 2009. The 22 revised complete papers have been conscientiously reviewed and chosen from seventy four submissions.  Following the subject of the convention "Information platforms for Agile Organizations", the contributions illustrate recent traits in making businesses extra adaptive  and responsive with recognize to altering exterior stipulations. they're grouped in sections on ontologies in organisations, ontologies and safety, net seek, approach modelling, technique research and mining, service-oriented structure, and firm source making plans.

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Relations relatedDrug and sideEffect associates respectively drugs to a diseases and side effects to drugs. Moreover, relation classifiedAs enables users to query the ontologies by using codes defined in the original medical ontologies. 2 Ontology and Process Instances Clinical process instances are expressed by ontology instances and created exclusively during process execution. Classes instances (objects) are defined by their oid (that starts with #) and a list of attributes. Instances obtained by executing the running example, are shown in the following.

Detecting firewall conflicts. The power of our tools will reside in a dual usage of reasoners. Ontology reasoners will allow integration of new rules with existing ones, while SWRL knowledge reasoners will allow validation and conflict detection. Our approach provides new insights over firewall configuration proposing a solution for (i) generating reliable and conflict-free firewall configurations and (ii) analyzing the existing firewall configuration policies. Our solution further enhance the integration of firewall policy with other security policies, but this is beyond the scope of the current paper.

4 indicates the network of relationships among all IT Components, IT Services and Activities. This network can highlight which IT Infrastructure Component affects which phase in a business process. The OLPIT ontology can be used to represent the relationship among IT infrastructure with different levels of granularity. In the test case, for example, the network has been modeled as a Group, without going too much into the details. On the basis of the Capability and the Demand numbers presented in Fig.

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