2020 Program

This year, EMMSAD'2020 will be completely virtual. We use Whova application for managing the event. Participation requires registration which is completely free for non-authors. Please visit http://caise20.imag.fr/registration.html for registration.

The proceedings are available for a period of 4 weeks for EMMSAD'2020 participants.

Monday, June 8th, 2020


Joint keynote (EMMSAD & BPMDS)

Chairs: Selmin Nurcan and Pnina Soffer

Speaker: Marlon Dumas

Keynote: Automated Process Improvement: Status, Challenges, and Perspectives


Coffee break


Session 1: Opening and requirements & method engineering

Chair: Jolita Ralyte; Mediators: Jolita Ralyte, Drazen Brdjanin, Birger Lantow

      • Onat Ege Adali, Oktay Turetken, Baris Ozkan, Rick Gilsing and Paul Grefen. A Multi-Concern Method for Identifying Business Services: A Situational Method Engineering Study. video

      • Prince Singh, Luuk Veelenturf and Tom van Woensel. Modeling Complex Business Environments for Context Aware Systems. video

      • Sara Perez-Soler, Gwendal Daniel, Jordi Cabot, Esther Guerra and Juan De Lara. Towards Automating the Synthesis of Chatbots for Conversational Model Query (short paper). video




Session 2: Enterprise & business modeling

Chair: Paul Grefen; Mediators: Paul Grefen, Steven Alter, Ben Roelens

      • Georgios Koutsopoulos, Martin Henkel and Janis Stirna. Conceptualizing Capability Change. video

      • Kurt Sandkuhl and Janis Stirna. Supporting Early Phases of Digital Twin Development with Enterprise Modeling and Capability Management: Requirements from Two Industrial Cases. video

      • Jānis Grabis. Integrated On-demand Modeling for Configuration of Trusted ICT Supply Chains (short paper). video


Session of short presentations

Chair: Jānis Grabis; Mediators: Georgios Koutsopoulos, Jānis Grabis

      • Steven Alter. Applying Facets of Work as a Source of Knowledge and Insight for Requirements Determination. video

      • Rui Song, Tong Li and Zhiming Ding. Automatically Identify Requirements-oriented Reviews Using a Hybrid Feature Extraction Approach. video

Tuesday, June 9th, 2020


Session 3: Evaluation-related research

Chair: Marcela Ruiz; Mediators: Mattia Salnitri, Marcela Ruiz, Frederik Gailly

      • Ben Roelens and Dominik Bork. An Evaluation of the Intuitiveness of the PGA Modeling Language Notation. video

      • Mouaad Hafsi and Said Assar. Does Enterprise Architecture support Customer Experience Improvement? Towards a Conceptualization in Digital Transformation Context. video

      • Rick Gilsing, Anna Wilbik, Paul Grefen, Oktay Turetken and Baris Ozkan. A Formal Basis for Business Model Evaluation with Linguistic Summaries. video


Coffee break


Session 4: Domain-specific modeling

Chair: Arnon Sturm; Mediators: Erik Proper, Arnon Sturm, Dominik Bork

      • Roman Lukyanenko. A journey to BSO: Evaluating Earlier and More Recent Ideas of Mario Bunge as a Foundation for Information and Software Development. video

      • Thomas Gray, Dominik Bork and Marne De Vries. A New DEMO Modelling Tool that Facilitates Model Transformations. video

      • Sabine Molenaar, Laura Schiphorst, Metehan Doyran, Albert Salah, Fabiano Dalpiaz and Sjaak Brinkkemper. Reference Method for the Development of Domain Action Recognition Classifiers: the Case of Medical Consultations. video




Session 5: Software-related modeling

Chair: Oscar Pastor; Mediators: Oscar Pastor, Tong Li, Jennifer Horkoff

      • Florian Rademacher, Sabine Sachweh and Albert Zündorf. A Modeling Method for Systematic Architecture Reconstruction of Microservice-Based Software Systems. video

      • Marcela Ruiz and Björn Hasselman. Can We Design Software as We Talk? (short paper). video

      • Luiz Marcio Cysneiros and Julio Cesar Leite. Non-Functional Requirements Orienting the Development of Socially Responsible Software. (short paper). video


Closing, awards, and future

Chairs: Jelena Zdravkovic and Iris Reinhartz-Berger

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