Accepted Papers

FULL PAPERS

– Anna Bernasconi, Stefano Ceri, Alessandro Campi and Marco Masseroli:
Conceptual Modeling for Genomics:building an Integrated Repository of Open Data

– Alfonso Murolo, Sybil Ehrensberger, Zera Asani and Moira C. Norrie:
Scaffolding Relational Schemas and APIs from Content in Web Mockups

– Christian Fischer-Pauzenberger and Walter Schwaiger:
The ontoREA Accounting and Finance Model: Ontological Conceptualization of the Accounting and Finance Domain

– Ivan Jureta:
What Happens to Intentional Concepts in Requirements Engineering If Intentional States Cannot Be Known?

– Mohamad Gharib, Paolo Giorgini and John Mylopoulos:
Towards an Ontology for Privacy Requirements via a Systematic Literature Review

– Christoph Moser, Robert Andrei Buchmann, Wilfrid Utz and Dimitris Karagiannis:
CE-SIB: A Modelling Method Plug-in for Managing Standards in Enterprise Architectures

– Panos Vassiliadis, Michail-Romanos Kolozoff, Maria Zerva and Apostolos Zarras:
Schema Evolution and Foreign Keys: Birth, Eviction, Change and Absence

– Kimon Batoulis, Stephan Haarmann and Mathias Weske:
Various Notions of Soundness for Decision-Aware Business Processes

– Norah Alothman, Mehrnaz Zhian and Sotirios Liaskos:
User Perception of Numeric Contribution Semantics for Goal Models: an Exploratory Experiment

– Rick Evertsz, John Thangarajah and Michael Papasimeon:
The Conceptual Modelling of Dynamic Teams for Autonomous Systems

– Okhaide Akhigbe, Susie Heap, Sakib Islam, Daniel Amyot and John Mylopoulos:
Goal-Oriented Regulatory Intelligence: How Can Watson Analytics Help?

– Tania Katell Roblot and Sebastian Link:
Cardinality constraints with probabilistic intervals

– Ziheng Wei and Sebastian Link:
Contextual Keys

– Andreea Buga, Tania Nemes and Klaus-Dieter Schewe:
Conceptual Modelling of Autonomous Multi-Cloud Interaction with Reflective Semantics

– Nicolas Mundbrod and Manfred Reichert:
Configurable and Executable Task Structures Supporting Knowledge-intensive Processes

– Nicola Guarino:
Modeling ongoing and future events

– Fausto Giunchiglia and Mattia Fumagalli:
Teleologies: Objects, Actions and Functions

– Thomas Polacsek, Stéphanie Roussel, François Bouissiere, Claude Cuiller, Pierre-Eric Dereux and Stephane Kersuzan:
Towards thinking manufacturing and design together: an aeronautical case study

– Xavier Oriol and Ernest Teniente:
OCLuniv: Expressive UML/OCL Conceptual Schemas for Finite Reasoning

– Stephan Mennicke, Jan-Christoph Kalo and Wolf-Tilo Balke:
Querying Graph Databases: What Do Graph Patterns Mean?

– Cesar Gonzalez-Perez and Patricia Martin-Rodilla:
An Alternative Approach to Metainformation Conceptualisation and Use

– Thomas Chatain, Josep Carmona and Boudewijn Van Dongen:
Alignment-Based Trace Clustering

– P. Radha Krishna and Kamalakar Karlapalem:
Data, Control, and Process Flow Modeling for IoT Driven Smart Solutions

– Ana Cristina Marcén, Francisca Pérez and Carlos Cetina:
Ontological Evolutionary Encoding to Bridge Machine Learning and Conceptual Models: Approach and Industrial Evaluation

– Karina Abad, Wilson Pérez, Juan Pablo Carvallo and Xavier Franch:
A Catalogue of Reusable Context Model Elements based on the i* Framework

– Joao Paulo Almeida, Claudenir Fonseca and Victorio Albani Carvalho:
A Comprehensive Formal Theory for Multi-Level Conceptual Modeling

– C. Maria Keet and Sonia Berman:
Determining the preferred representation of temporal conceptual models

– Metta Santiputri, Aditya Ghose, Hoa Dam and Suman Roy:
Goal Orchestrations: Modelling and Mining Flexible Business Processes

SHORT PAPERS

– Horst Pichler, Johann Eder and Margareta Ciglic:
Modelling Processes with Time-Dependent Control Structures

– Xiu Susie Fang, Quan Z. Sheng, Xianzhi Wang, Lina Yao and Anne Ngu:
SourceVote: Fusing Multi-Valued Data via Inter-Source Agreements

– Matt Selway, Markus Stumptner, Michael Schrefl and Andreas Jordan:
Conceptual Modelling of Transformations in Large-scale Ecosystem Interoperability and Industrial Product Lifecycles

– Veda Storey and Bernhard Thalheim:
Conceptual Modeling: The Separation of Syntax and Semantics

– Fernando Macías, Esther Guerra and Juan de Lara:
Towards rearchitecting meta-models into multi-level models

– Jose Luis de La Vara, Beatriz Marín, Clara Ayora and Giovanni Giachetti:
An Experimental Evaluation of the Understanding of Safety Compliance Needs with Models

– Aaron Massey, Eric Holtgrefe and Sepideh Ghanavati:
Modeling Regulatory Ambiguities for Requirements Analysis

– Metta Santiputri, Novarun Deb, Aditya Ghose, Hoa Khanh Dam, Nabendu Chaki and Muhammad Asjad Khan:
Mining goal refinement patterns: Distilling know-how from data

– Marian Daun, Jennifer Brings and Thorsten Weyer:
On the Impact of the Model-based Representation of Inconsistencies to Manual Reviews: Results from a Controlled Experiment

– Luca Piras, Elda Paja, Paolo Giorgini and John Mylopoulos:
Agon: an Acceptance Requirements Framework Based on Gamification