8.00 – 17.00 Registration (Meža 1)
9.00 – 10.30 Session 1 (Workshops and DC)
10.30 – 11.00 Coffee break
11.00 – 12.30 Session 2 (Workshops and DC)
12.30 – 14.00 Lunch
14.00 – 15.30 Session 3 (Workshops and DC)
15.30 – 16.00 Coffee break
16.00 – 17.30 Session 4 (Workshops) - may be extended to 18:30
Session 1: Applications
Sven Meister. Usage of CEP and HL7 to solve information logistics problems in telemedicine
Ruediger Steffan and Harald Mumm. Database Design for Vehicle Routing Problems
Kurt Sandkuhl, Alexander Smirnov and Nikolay Shilov. Information Logistics in Engineering Change Management: Integrating Demand Patterns and Recommendation Systems
Session 2: Ontologies in Information Logistics
Karl Hammar. The State of Ontology Pattern Research
Tatiana Levashova. Ontology-based Context Reuse in Emergency Management Domain
Vladimir Tarasov and Andrew Krizhanovsky. Enrichment of Ontology-Based Competence Profiles with Semistructured Wiktionary Data
Session 3: Viable Enterprises and Enterprise Modeling
Marite Kirikova, Paolo Piciocchi, Clara Bassano, Janis Makna and Julija Stecjuka. IS Based Best Process Practices Propagation in Fractal Enterprises: a Viable Systems Perspective
Nadeem Ahmed Khan. Transformation of Enterprise Model to Enterprise Ontology
Janis Makna. Method of information system prospective changes modelling
Session 4: Evaluation and Business Models
Ulrike Borchardt. KMS Application and Perception in SME
Darek M. Haftor. Information Logistic Business Models: A New Direction for Research (Position Paper)
For viable enterprises, optimized information flow and efficient reuse of existing knowledge is part of the business strategy. In particular in knowledge-intensive industry and service sectors, information is a major factor in production processes, and knowledge reflects an important asset of the enterprise. Similarly, public organizations and governmental bodies are dependent on accurate and timely information supply for efficient and high quality processes and services. Intelligent information supply has become an important issue that is characterized by just-in-time, demand-oriented and context-sensitive information.
Experience shows that successful solutions for intelligent information supply involve several ingredients: a sound business case with clearly defined benefits and returns for the (networked) organization, a clear under¬standing of the user’s demand including the organizational context, and the right use of "enabling technologies” like semantic technologies, knowledge management or ubiquitous computing.
This workshop aims to bring together people who have strong interest in viable enterprises, information logistics and knowledge supply. We invite researchers and practitioners from both industry and academia to submit original results of their completed or ongoing projects. We encourage broad understanding of possible approaches and solutions for viable systems, information logistics and knowledge supply. Specific focus will be on practices of, i.e. we encourage submission of case study and experiences papers, and of contributions bringing together business cases and enabling technologies.
Submissions to ILOG 2011 have to be made by using the submission system EasyChair
Proceedings of ILOG 2011 workshop will be published as a part of BIR2011workshop proceedings with ISBN. Selected papers (may be extended) will be published by Springer as part of the BIR post-conference workshop proceedings in Lecture Notes in Business Information Processing (LNBIP) series.
Papers submitted need to follow LNBIP formatting guidelines. Papers shall not have more than eight pages (including figures, tables and appendices).
Early registration fee EUR 100,-
One travel grant will be available for the author from Estonia, Lithuania, or Germany (with the support of The Baltic-German University Liaison Office).
Detailed registration information is available here