Accepted Papers

WESOACS 2017 has attracted a large variety of high-quality submissions. From these the program committee has selected an exiting selection of papers (alphabeticaly ordered):

  • Delgado, Andrea; González, Laura; Calegari, Daniel
    Instituto de Computación, Facultad de Ingeniería, Uruguay
    Towards setting up a collaborative environment to support collaborative business processes and services with social interactions

  • Feuerlicht, George (1); Beranek, Marek (2); Stastny, Marek (2); Kovar, Vladimir (2)
    1: UTS, Australia and VSE, Czech Republic; 2: Unicorn, Prague, Czech Republic
    Architecting Enterprise Applications for Cloud: The Unicorn Cloud Framework

  • Haubeck, Christopher (1); Lamersdorf, Winfried (1); Fay, Alexander (2)
    1: University of Hamburg, Germany; 2: Helmut Schmidt University, Germany
    A Knowledge Carrying Service-Component Architecture for Smart Cyber Physical Systems: An Example based on self-documenting production systems

  • Kuster, Christian (1); Masuch, Nils (2); Sivrikaya, Fikret (1)
    1: GT-ARC gGmbH, Germany; 2: DAI-Labor, Technische Universität Berlin, Germany
    Toward an Interactive Mobility Assistant for Multi-Modal Transport in Smart Cities (short paper)

  • Lenhard, Jörg (1); Ferme, Vincenzo (2); Harrer, Simon (3); Geiger, Matthias (3); Pautasso, Cesare (2)
    1: Karlstad University, Sweden; 2: Software Institute, Faculty of Informatics, USI Lugano, Switzerland; 3: Distributed Systems Group, University of Bamberg, Germany
    Lessons Learned from Evaluating Workflow Management Systems

  • Rosa-Gallardo, Daniel J.; Ortiz, Guadalupe; Boubeta-Puig, Juan; García-de-Prado, Alfonso
    University of Cadiz, Spain
    Sustainable WAsTe Collection (SWAT): One Step towards Smart and Spotless Cities

  • Schoenen, Stefan; Mann, Zoltan; Metzger, Andreas
    University of Duisburg-Essen, Germany
    Using Risk Patterns to Identify Violations of Data Protection Policies in Cloud Services

  • Vogel, Maximilian (1); Weber, Sebastian (2); Zirpins, Christian (1)
    1: Karlsruhe University of Applied Sciences; 2: diva-e Netpioneer GmbH
    Experiences on Migrating RESTful Web Services to GraphQL

  • Wehlitz, Robert (1); Rößner, Ingo (1); Franczyk, Bogdan (2,3)
    1: Institute for Applied Informatics (InfAI), Germany; 2: Leipzig University, Germany; 3: Wrocław University of Economics, Poland
    Integrating Smart Devices as Business Process Resources – Concept and Software Prototype (short paper)

  • Werner, Sebastian; Pallas, Frank; Bermbach, David
    TU Berlin, Germany
    Designing Suitable Access Control for Web-Connected Smart Home Platforms

Program Schedule (Monday, 13.11.2017)

The workshop agenda is planned as follows. Please refer to the ICSOC website for venue and directions.

Time Sessions
  Session 1: Design and Architecture
09:15 Welcome
09:30 George Feuerlicht et al., “Architecting Enterprise Applications for Cloud: The Unicorn Cloud Framework”
10:00 Stefan Schoenen et al., “Using Risk Patterns to Identify Violations of Data Protection Policies in Cloud Services”
10:30 Coffee Break
  Session 2: Cyber Physical Systems
11:00 Daniel J. Rosa-Gallardo et al., “Sustainable WAsTe Collection (SWAT): One Step towards Smart and Spotless Cities”
11:30 Christopher Haubeck et al., “A Knowledge Carrying Service-Component Architecture for Smart Cyber Physical Systems: An Example based on self-documenting production systems”
12:00 Robert Wehlitz et al., “Integrating Smart Devices as Business Process Resources – Concept and Software Prototype”
12:30 Lunch Break
  Session 3: Smart and Collaborative Environments
14:00 Sebastian Werner et al., “Designing Suitable Access Control for Web-Connected Smart Home Platforms”
14:30 Andrea Delgado et al., “Towards setting up a collaborative environment to support collaborative business processes and services with social interactions”
15:00 Christian Kuster et al., “Toward an Interactive Mobility Assistant for Multi-Modal Transport in Smart Cities”
15:30 Coffee Break
  Session 4: Lessons and Experiences
16:00 Jörg Lenhard et al., “Lessons Learned from Evaluating Workflow Management Systems”
16:30 Maximilian Vogel et al., “Experiences on Migrating RESTful Web Services to GraphQL”
17:00 Open Discussion and Closing of Workshop