We are proud to announce that our scientific accompanying research on the pilot study of the Saarland police concerning the mobile accident report (VU-App) was not only successful, but has now formally led to a succession industry research project with the Rhineland-Palatinate police.
A special thanks goes to Sharam Dadashnia and Constantin Houy for their successful acquisition and operational project work!
At the next Multikonferenz für Wirtschaft Informatik (MKWI 2018) Peter will be Chair of the track “Modeling”.
We are happy to announce that the following paper has been published in the International Journal on Software and Systems Modeling (SoSyM):
Rehse, Jana-Rebecca, Peter Fettke, and Peter Loos. “A graph-theoretic method for the inductive development of reference process models.” Software & Systems Modeling (2015): 1-41.
Philip’s and Manuel’s poster entitled “Supporting Business Process Modeling Using RNNs for Label Classification” is being presented at the 22nd International Conference on Natural Language and Information Systems (NLDB-2017) in Liège, Belgium.
The use scenarios for artificial intelligence in the field of tax are largely unexplored. With their joint study, the German Research Center for Artificial Intelligence (DFKI) and the tax consultancy WTS want to close this gap and pave the way for the development of innovative tax solutions in the artificial intelligence environment.
More information are available here.
We are happy to announce that our contribution “Similarity of Business Process Models – A State-of-the-Art Analysis” was accepted by ACM Computing Survey. The fact that the topic of the paper is not one of the typical topics published by ACM, contributes to making this acceptance a great success!
We are happy to announce that the following paper has been accepted into the Special Issue of Decision Support Systems (DSS):
Joerg Evermann, Jana-Rebecca Rehse & Peter Fettke: Predicting Process Behaviour using Deep Learning.
We are happy to announce that Huawei has made a contract offer for the exclusive licensing of the Smart Lego Factory’s constuction plans. Because of the Chinese upper class’s large demand for high-priced electronic toys, Huawei aims to position the Smart Lego Factory in the Chinese market by this sommer.
Build a tractor in a Lego factory, and see how to intelligently design the whole value chain in ARIS. The showcase we built combines 8,925 Lego bricks, 23 sensors, 14 motors and eight controller modules—and our partner’s Software AG latest release, ARIS 10, featuring ARIS Aware, IoT and mobile integration. See how to model everything, from customer order to product delivery. Design and connect the IoT infrastructure to the production process. Manage risks, measure the performance and visualize/analyze process KPIs and behavior for quality control. Legos is the medium, and ARIS is the method that makes the entire process as easy as child’s play.
CeBIT · March 20-24, Hannover · Hall 4, Stand C11