There were two other papers presented in the Formal Methods section — Covering Places and Transitions in Open Nets by Christian Stahl and Karsten Wolf, and Correcting Deadlocking Service Choreographies Using a Simulation-Based Graph Edit Distance by Niels Lohmann — but we were hip-deep in mathematical notation, graph theory, automata sets and Boolean forumlae (who decided to put this section at the end of the day?), and I lost the will to blog.
We’re moving off to a demo session to close the day, which will include:
- Business Transformation Workbench: A Practitioner’s Tool for Business Transformation, by Juhnyoung Lee, Rama Akkiraju, Chun Hua Tian, Shun Jiang, Sivaprashanth Danturthy, and Ponn Sundhararajan
- Oryx – An Open Modeling Platform for the BPM Community, by Gero Decker, Hagen Overdick and Mathias Weske
- COREPROSim: A Tool for Modeling, Simulating and Adapting Data-driven Process Structures, by Dominic Muuller, Manfred Reichert, Joachim Herbst, Detlef Koontges and Andreas
- A Tool for Transforming BPMN to YAWL, Gero Decker, Remco Dijkman, Marlon Dumas and Luciano García-Bañuelos
- BESERIAL: Behavioural Service Interface Analyser, by Ali Aiit-Bachir, Marlon Dumas and Marie-Christine Fauvet
- Goal-Oriented Autonomic Business Process Modeling and Execution: Engineering Change Management Demonstration, by Dominic Greenwood
That’s it for blogging today; after the demos, I’ll be off to celebrate today’s real event, my birthday. And before you ask, I just turned 30 (in hexadecimal).