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Database Support for Workflow Management : The WIDE Project

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Database Support for Workflow Management: The WIDE Project presents the results of the ESPRIT WIDE project on advanced database support for workflow management. The book discusses the state of the art in combining database management and workflow management technology, especially in the areas of transaction and exception management. This technology is complemented by a high-level conceptual workflow model and associated workflow application design methodology. In WIDE, advanced base technology is applied, like a distributed computing model based on the corba standard. The usability of the WIDE approach is documented in this book by a discussion of two real-world applications from the insurance and health care domains.
Database Support for Workflow Management: The WIDE Project serves as an excellent reference, and may be used for advanced courses on database and workflow management systems.
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  • Hardback | 278 pages
  • 162.1 x 241.8 x 23.9mm | 612.36g
  • Dordrecht, Netherlands
  • English
  • 1999 ed.
  • XVI, 278 p.
  • 0792384148
  • 9780792384144

Table of contents

Preface. Part One: Introduction to the WIDE Project. 1. Workflow Management and Database Technology; P. Grefen, P. Apers. 2. The WIDE Approach to Workflow Management; P. Grefen, et al. Part Two: The WIDE Workflow Model. 3. Conceptual Workflow Model; F. Casati, et al. 4. Workflow Design Methodology; L. Baresi, et al. Part Three: The WIDE Workflow System. 5. Data Support; C. Lopez, et al. 6. Transaction Support; E. Boertjes, et al. 7. Active Rule Support; F. Casati, et al. 8. Workflow Support; G. Sanchez, et al. Part Four: Wide Applications. 9. Medical Insurance Application; P. Ertink, M. Cieremans. 10. Short-Stay Surgery; S. Guillen, L. Winfield. Concluding Remarks; P. Grefen, et al. Appendices. Index.
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About Etc.

Barbara Pernici is full professor of Computer Engineering at Politecnico di Milano. Her research interests include cooperative information systems, workflow management systems, information systems modeling and design, mobile information systems, temporal databases, applications of database technology.
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