Accepted Papers

Main conference

Accepted Full Papers

(in alphabetical order)

TitleAuthors
A Code-efficient Process Scripting LanguageMaxim Vidgof, Philipp Waibel, Jan Mendling, Martin Schimak, Alexander Seik and Peter Queteschiner
A Refinement Calculus for Requirements Engineering based on Argumentation TheoryAlex Borgida, Alessio Ferrari, Yehia Elrakaiby and John Mylopoulos
A study on the effect of a table’s involvement in foreign keys to its schema evolutionKonstantinos Dimolikas, Apostolos Zarras and Panos Vassiliadis
A Workload-driven Document Database Schema Recommender (DBSR)Vincent Reniers, Dimitri Van Landuyt, Ansar Rafique and Wouter Joosen
An Empirical Study on the Design and Evolution of NoSQL Database SchemasStefanie Scherzinger and Sebastian Sidortschuck
An Ontological Analysis of the Notion of TreatmentPaul Johannesson and Erik Perjons
Assessing the Compliance of Business Process Models with Regulatory DocumentsKarolin Winter, Han van der Aa, Stefanie Rinderle-Ma and Matthias Weidlich
Deep Temporal Multi-Graph Convolutional Network for Crime PredictionYaqian Wang, Liang Ge, Siyu Li and Feng Chang
Defining Instance Spanning Constraint Patterns for Business Processes Based on ProcletsKarolin Winter and Stefanie Rinderle-Ma
Discovering Data Models from Event LogsDorina Bano and Mathias Weske
Do declarative process models help to reduce cognitive biases related to business rules?Kathrin Figl, Claudio Di Ciccio and Hajo A. Reijers
EER-MLN: EER Approach For Modeling, Mapping, And Analyzing Complex Data As Multilayer Networks (MLNs)Kanthi Komar Sannappa, Abhishek Santra, Sanjukta Bhowmick and Sharma Chakravarthy
Empowering Virus Sequence Research through Conceptual ModelingAnna Bernasconi, Arif Canakoglu, Pietro Pinoli and Stefano Ceri
Model-driven chatbot developmentSara Perez-Soler, Esther Guerra and Juan De Lara
Modeling and Analysis of Boundary Objects and Methodological Islands in Large-Scale Systems DevelopmentRebekka Wohlrab, Jennifer Horkoff, Rashidah Kasauli, Salome Maro, Jan-Philipp Steghöfer and Eric Knauss
Modeling Behavioral Deontic Constraints using UML and OCLAntonio Vallecillo and Martin Gogolla
Modeling Interactive Smart SpacesMattia Gianotti, Fabiano Riccardi, Giulia Cosentino, Franca Garzotto and Maristella Matera
Neo4j KeysSebastian Link
Past Trends and Future Prospects in Conceptual ModelingFelix Härer and Hans-Georg Fill
Quantifying the impact of EER modeling on relational database success: An experimental investigationYoram Timmerman, Antoon Bronselaer and Guy De Tré
Semi-Automated Time-Granularity Detection for Data-Driven Simulation Using Process Mining and System DynamicsMahsa Pourbafrani, Sebastiaan J. van Zelst and Wil van der Aalst
Sensemaking in Dual Artefact Tasks – The Case of Business Process Models and Business RulesTianwa Chen, Shazia Sadiq and Marta Indulska
Structural and Computational Properties of Possibilistic Armstrong DatabasesSe Yeong Jeong, Haoming Ma, Ziheng Wei and Sebastian Link
Subcontracting, Assignment, and Substitution for Legal Contracts in SymboleoAlireza Parvizimosaed, Sepehr Sharifi, Daniel Amyot, Luigi Logrippo and John Mylopoulos
Supporting Collaborative Modeling via Natural Language ProcessingFatma Başak Aydemir and Fabiano Dalpiaz
Towards a Reference Ontology for Digital PlatformsThomas Derave, Tiago Princes Sales, Frederik Gailly and Geert Poels
Transformation of Ontology-Based Conceptual Models into Relational SchemasGustavo Guidoni, Joao Paulo Almeida and Giancarlo Guizzardi

Accepted Short Papers

(in alphabetical order)

TitleAuthors
A Conceptual Framework for Dynamic Planning of Alternative Routes in Road NetworksSven Hartmann, Jack Alshami, Hui Ma, Dietrich Steinmetz
A conceptual model of data narrative for exploratory data analysisFaten El Outa, Matteo Francia, Patrick Marcel, Veronika Peralta and Panos Vassiliadis
A Reference Conceptual Model for Economic Exchanges in Information SystemsDaniele Porello, Giancarlo Guizzardi, Tiago Sales and Glenda Amaral
Automatic Generation of Chatbots for Conversational Web BrowsingPietro Chittò, Marcos Baez, Florian Daniel and Boualem Benatallah
Bot Log Mining: Using Logs from Robotic Process Automation for Process MiningAndreas Egger, Arthur H.M. ter Hofstede, Wolfgang Kratsch, Sander J.J. Leemans, Röglinger Maximilian and Moe T. Wynn
Contribution of Conceptual Modeling to Enhancing Historians’ Intuition – Application to ProsopographyJacky Akoka, Isabelle Comyn-Wattiau, Stéphane Lamassé and Cedric Du Mouza
Identifying Cohorts: Recommending Drill-Downs Based on Differences for Behaviour in Process MiningSander J.J. Leemans, Shiva Shabaninejad, Kanika Goel, Hassan Khosravi, Shazia Sadiq and Moe Thandar Wynn
Modeling difficulties in data modeling: Similarities and differences between experienced and non-experienced modelersKristina Rosenthal, Stefan Strecker and Oscar Pastor
Modelling Narrative Structures in Logical Overlays on top of Knowledge RepositoriesHermann Kroll, Denis Nagel and Wolf-Tilo Balke
The Conceptual Schema of EthereumAntoni Olivé
Towards a framework for empirical measurement of conceptualization qualitiesSotirios Liaskos and Ibrahim Jaouhar
Towards a Model-Driven Architecture for Interactive Digital Twin CockpitsManuela Dalibor, Judith Michael, Bernhard Rumpe, Simon Varga and Andreas Wortmann
Towards an Ontology Network on Human-Computer InteractionSimone Dornelas Costa, Monalessa P. Barcellos, Ricardo de A. Falbo and Murillo V. H. B. Castro
Towards Ontology-based Modelling and Analysis of Trustworthiness RequirementsRenata Guizzardi, Glenda Amaral, Giancarlo Guizzardi and John Mylopoulos
Towards Privacy Policy Conceptual ModelingKatsiaryna Krasnashchok, Majd Mustapha, Anas Al Bassit and Sabri Skhiri
Trust-aware Curation of Linked Open Data LogsLanasri Dihia, Khouri Selma and Bellatreche Ladjel
What can happen: Occurrents as transitions between situations and related upper-level typesFabricio Henrique Rodrigues, Joel Luis Carbonera and Mara Abel

Workshops

CMAI – Accepted Papers

(in alphabetical order)

TitleAuthors
Evaluating Tree Explanation Methods for Anomaly Reasoning: A Case Study of SHAP TreeExplainer and TreeInterpreterPulkit Sharma, Shezan Mirzan, Apurva Bhandari, Anish Pimpley, Abhiram Eswaran, Soundar Srinivasan and Liqun Shao
How to Induce Trust in Medical AI SystemsUlrich Reimer, Beat Tödtli and Edith Maie
Superimposition: Augmenting Machine Learning Outputs with Conceptual Models for Explainable AIRoman Lukyanenko, Arturo Castellanos, Veda Storey, Alfred Castillo, Monica Chiarini Tremblay and Jeffrey Parsons
Towards Automated Support for Conceptual Model Diagnosis and RepairMattia Fumagalli, Tiago Prince Sales and Giancarlo Guizzardi

CMLS – Accepted Papers

(in alphabetical order)

TitleAuthors
Conceptual Human Emotion Modeling (HEM)Mohammed R. Elkobaisi, Heinrich C. Mayr, and Vladimir A. Shekhovtsov
Relational Text-type for Biological SequencesCristian Tristão and Antonio Basilio de Miranda, Edward Hermann Haeusler, Sergio Lifschitz
The Importance of the Temporal Dimension in Identifying Relevant Genomic Variants: a Case StudyMireia Costa, Ana León, and Óscar Pastor
Towards an Ontology for Bioinformatics Research ProcessPietro Crovari, Sara Pidò, and Franca Garzotto
Towards the Generation of a Species-Independent Conceptual Schema of the GenomeAlberto García and Juan C. Casamayor
Using BioPAX-Parser (BiP) to annotate lists of biological entities with pathway dataGiuseppe Agapito and Mario Cannataro

CoMoNoS – Accepted Papers

(in alphabetical order)

TitleAuthors
Deimos: A Model-based NoSQL Data Generation LanguageAlberto Hernández Chillón, Diego Sevilla Ruiz and Jesus Garcia-Molina
Extracting Physical and Logical Schemas for Document StoresPablo D. Muñoz-Sánchez, Carlos Javier Fernández Candel, Jesús García-Molina and Diego Sevilla Ruiz
JSON Schema Inference ApproachesPavel Čontoš and Martin Svoboda

EmpER – Accepted Papers

(in alphabetical order)

TitleAuthors
Acquiring and sharing the monopoly of legitimate naming in organizations, an application in conceptual modelingSamuel Desguin and Wim Laurier
Challenges in Checking JSON Schema Containment over Evolving Real-World SchemasMichael Fruth, Mohamed-Amine Baazizi, Dario Colazzo, Giorgio Ghelli, Carlo Sartiani and Stefanie Scherzinger
Empirical evaluation of a new DEMO modelling tool that facilitates model transformationsThomas Gray and Marne De Vries
Experimental practices for measuring the intuitive comprehensibility of modelling constructs: an example designSotirios Liaskos, Mehrnaz Zhian and Ibrahim Jaouhar
Replicability and Reproducibility of a Schema Evolution Study in Embedded DatabasesDimitri Braininger, Wolfgang Mauerer and Stefanie Scherzinger

CMOMM4FAIR – Accepted Papers

(in alphabetical order)

TitleAuthors
Evaluating FAIRness of Genomic DatabasesMatheus Pedra Puime Feijoó, Sergio Manuel Serra da Cruz, Rodrigo Jardim and Maria Luiza Machado Campos
Mapping the Web Ontology Language to the OpenAPI SpecificationPaola Espinoza Arias, Daniel Garijo and Oscar Corcho
Reusable FAIR Implementation Profiles as Accelerators of FAIR ConvergenceErik Schultes, Barbara Magagna, Kristina Maria Hettne, Robert Pergl, Marek Suchánek and Tobias Kuhn

Forum

Accepted Full Papers

(in alphabetical order)

TitleAuthors
A Domain Specific Modeling Language for Model-Based Design of Voice User InterfacesClaudia Steinberger and Christian Kop
A Toolbox for the Internet of Things – Easing the Setup of IoT ApplicationsMatheus Tavares Frigo, Pascal Hirmer, Ana Cristina Franco da Silva and Lucinéia Heloisa Thom
Accountable data analytics start with accountable data: the LiQuID metadata modelSarah Oppold and Melanie Herschel
Characterization of bottom-up microservice composition evolution. An approach based on the choreography of BPMN fragmentsJesús Ortiz, Victoria Torres and Pedro Valderas
Conceptual Modeling of Legal Case Insights for Stakeholder Decision MakingSagar Sunkle, Krati Saxena and Vinay Kulkarni
Impact of Data Quality in Real – Time Big Data SystemsJorge Merino, Ajith Kumar Parlikad, Xiang Xie, Ian Lewis and Duncan McFarlane
Modeling Platform EcosystemsTobias Pauli, Emanuel Marx, Sebastian Dunzer and Martin Matzner
The Missing Concept – A short postulation about the need for human understanding and a missing fundamental part in modelling efforts for BusinessMatthes Elstermann
Towards a Multi-Objective Modularization Approach for Entity-Relationship ModelsDominik Bork, Antonio Garmendia and Manuel Wimmer

Accepted Demo Papers

(in alphabetical order)

TitleAuthors
A Process Scripting and Execution EnvironmentMaxim Vidgof, Philipp Waibel, Jan Mendling, Martin Schimak, Alexander Seik and Peter Queteschiner
A prototype for generating a data narrativeFaten El Outa, Patrick Marcel, Veronika Peralta, Matteo Francia and Panos Vassiliadis
Identifying Cohorts that Differ in their Behaviour: Tool SupportSander J.J. Leemans, Shiva Shabaninejad, Kanika Goel, Hassan Khosravi, Shazia Sadiq and Moe Thandar Wynn
IMAS: An Intelligent Medical Analysis System Based on Concept GraphXiaoli Wang, Yixiang Xie, Siqi Xie, Zhifeng Bao and Shuwen Su
TOOL – A Modeling Observatory & Tool for Studying Individual Modeling ProcessesBenjamin Ternes, Kristina Rosenthal, Stefan Strecker and Julian Bartels

Accepted Short Paper

(in alphabetical order)

TitleAuthors
A Toolchain Transforming Descriptive Domain-Specific Models into Executable Browser-Based ApplicationsMatthias Sedlmeier and Martin Gogolla
Introducing GSO: A General Systemist OntologyRoman Lukyanenko, Veda Storey and Arturo Castellanos
Modeling Observational CrowdsourcingArturo Castellanos, Roman Lukyanenko and Veda Storey
MonstER Park – The Entity-Relationship-Diagram Learning GameJohannes Schildgen