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Marta Indulska
Marta Indulska
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How do practitioners use conceptual modeling in practice?
I Davies, P Green, M Rosemann, M Indulska, S Gallo
Data & Knowledge Engineering 58 (3), 358-380, 2006
5652006
Business process modeling-a comparative analysis
J Recker, M Rosemann, M Indulska, P Green
Journal of the association for information systems 10 (4), 1, 2009
5582009
Business process modeling: Current issues and future challenges
M Indulska, J Recker, M Rosemann, P Green
International Conference on Advanced Information Systems Engineering, 501-514, 2009
3062009
Modeling languages for business processes and business rules: A representational analysis
M Zur Muehlen, M Indulska
Information systems 35 (4), 379-390, 2010
2742010
How good is BPMN really? Insights from theory and practice
J Recker, M Indulska, P Green
2652006
Major issues in business process management: an expert perspective
W Bandara, M Indulska, S Chong, S Sadiq
Proceedings of the 15th European Conference on Information Systems, 1240-1251, 2007
2182007
Do ontological deficiencies in modeling grammars matter?
J Recker, M Rosemann, P Green, M Indulska
MIS quarterly, 57-79, 2011
2012011
Business process modeling: Perceived benefits
M Indulska, P Green, J Recker, M Rosemann
International Conference on Conceptual Modeling, 458-471, 2009
2002009
Do process modelling techniques get better? A comparative ontological analysis of BPMN
J Recker, M Indulska, M Rosemann, P Green
16th Australasian Conference on Information Systems, 175-184, 2005
1732005
A study of the evolution of the representational capabilities of process modeling grammars
M Rosemann, J Recker, M Indulska, P Green
International Conference on Advanced Information Systems Engineering, 447-461, 2006
1542006
Quantitative approaches to content analysis: Identifying conceptual drift across publication outlets
M Indulska, DS Hovorka, J Recker
European Journal of Information Systems 21 (1), 49-69, 2012
1532012
Open data: Quality over quantity
S Sadiq, M Indulska
International Journal of Information Management 37 (3), 150-154, 2017
1472017
A reference methodology for conducting ontological analyses
M Rosemann, P Green, M Indulska
International Conference on Conceptual Modeling, 110-121, 2004
1282004
The ontological deficiencies of process modeling in practice
J Recker, M Indulska, M Rosemann, P Green
European Journal of Information Systems 19 (5), 501-525, 2010
1202010
Candidate interoperability standards: An ontological overlap analysis
P Green, M Rosemann, M Indulska, C Manning
Data & knowledge engineering 62 (2), 274-291, 2007
1142007
Factors influencing effective use of big data: A research framework
FPS Surbakti, W Wang, M Indulska, S Sadiq
Information & Management 57 (1), 103146, 2020
1122020
Ontological evaluation of enterprise systems interoperability using ebXML
PF Green, M Rosemann, M Indulska
IEEE transactions on knowledge and data engineering 17 (5), 713-725, 2005
1122005
Emerging challenges in information systems research for regulatory compliance management
N Syed Abdullah, S Sadiq, M Indulska
International Conference on Advanced Information Systems Engineering, 251-265, 2010
1102010
Improving the quality of process reference models: A quality function deployment-based approach
S Matook, M Indulska
Decision Support Systems 47 (1), 60-71, 2009
1062009
Business Process and Business Rule Modeling Languages for Compliance Management: A Representational Analysis.
M Zur Muehlen, M Indulska, G Kamp
ER (tutorials, posters, panels & industrial contributions) 83, 127-132, 2007
106*2007
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