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Important Dates

Paper submission deadline

August 30, 2014 (firm)

Notification of acceptance

September 15, 2014

Final Version Due

September 26, 2014 (firm)

Workshop Date

November 17, 2014

Submission due in:

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Welcome to the AIBPS2014@SOCA web page

The International Workshop on Artificial Intelligence meets Business Processes and Services (AIBPS2014@SOCA) will be held at Matsue, Japan, in conjunction with the 7th IEEE International Conference on Service Oriented Computing and Applications (SOCA 2014).

The papers in the workshops will be published in the SOCA proceedings that will be included in the IEEE Digital Library.

Research papers have 20 minutes for their presentations and 10 minutes for discussion.

Latest News

22 August 2014: Final deadline extension for submitting papers: 30 August, 2014. Few more days may be provided on demand if needed.

2 August 2014: Deadline extension for submitting papers: 25 August, 2014.

4 June 2014: Web Page for AIBPS 2014 is on-line!

Workshop Background and Goal

Every aspect of a process/service involves a certain amount of knowledge, that can depend both on the complexity of the domain of interest and on the modelling language used to represent the process/service itself. While traditional processes and services behave in a way that is well understood, predictable and repeatable, in realistic environments traditional BPM/SOC modelling approaches are not able to model the whole knowledge of the domain of interest at design time, due to the high number of tasks/services to be represented and to their unpredictable nature. Furthermore, this knowledge can become obsolete at execution time, due to autonomous user decisions and to emergent events and contextual changes that make the structure of processes and services significantly less rigid. To tackle the above issues, the use of techniques coming from the Artificial Intelligence community could be leveraged to properly design, model and manage business processes and services in realistic environments.

The main focus of the AIBPS2014@SOCA workshop is to discuss novel and ongoing approaches, techniques and tools whose distinctive feature relies in the role that AI technologies play for modelling, managing, enacting and analysing business processes and services.

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