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An ontology-based i* goal-oriented referential integrity model in systems of systems context (2019)
Journal Article
AlHajHassan, S., Odeh, M., Green, S., & Mansour, A. (2019). An ontology-based i* goal-oriented referential integrity model in systems of systems context. International Arab Journal of Information Technology, 16(3A), 565-576

System of Systems (SoS) results from the integration of a set of independent Constituent Systems (CS) that could be socio or technical, in order to offer unique functionalities. SoS is largely driven by stakeholders’ needs and goals taking into consi... Read More about An ontology-based i* goal-oriented referential integrity model in systems of systems context.

Aligning systems of systems engineering with goal-oriented approaches using the i star framework (2016)
Presentation / Conference
AlHajHassan, S., Odeh, M., & Green, S. (2016, October). Aligning systems of systems engineering with goal-oriented approaches using the i star framework. Paper presented at 2016 IEEE International Symposium on Systems Engineering (ISSE)

Systems of Systems (SoS) are complex systems that result from the integration of a set of independent constituent systems - which are complex systems themselves - in order to achieve new functionalities and goals. The emerging interdisciplinary area... Read More about Aligning systems of systems engineering with goal-oriented approaches using the i star framework.

Freshers' group-working activities for fun, learning and prizes (2014)
Presentation / Conference
Green, S., Yang, R., & Plant, N. (2014, July). Freshers' group-working activities for fun, learning and prizes. Presented at 1st National Student Induction Workshop

The Computer Science and Creative Technologies Department at the University of the West of England has a history of running group social events for multiple awards during induction week. The main aim of these fun events is to help new students to mak... Read More about Freshers' group-working activities for fun, learning and prizes.

Addressing the paradigmatic limitation of conventional business process management concepts by proposing new definitions (2014)
Presentation / Conference
Green, S., Mavaddat, M., & Sa, J. (2014, June). Addressing the paradigmatic limitation of conventional business process management concepts by proposing new definitions. Paper presented at 15th International Conference, BPMDS 2014, Held at CAiSE 2104

Considering the history of the formation of the business process management discipline and its concept definitions, and by looking at organisations as social systems, it can be demonstrated that conventional business process management practices can... Read More about Addressing the paradigmatic limitation of conventional business process management concepts by proposing new definitions.

An evaluation of four patterns of interaction for integrating disparate ESBs effectively and easily (2013)
Journal Article
Green, S., Beeson, I., & Nwakacha, J. (2013). An evaluation of four patterns of interaction for integrating disparate ESBs effectively and easily. Journal of Systems Integration, 4(3), 3-19

Organisations use Enterprise Service Busses (ESBs) to support enterprise application integration. For a variety of reasons – mergers and acquisitions, geographically distributed enterprise units, distributed governance, scalability – enterprises some... Read More about An evaluation of four patterns of interaction for integrating disparate ESBs effectively and easily.

Comparative process architectures in two higher education institutions (2013)
Journal Article
Green, S., Beeson, I., & Kamm, R. (2013). Comparative process architectures in two higher education institutions. International Journal of Organisational Design and Engineering, 3(1), 35-66. https://doi.org/10.1504/IJODE.2013.053667

Enterprises are increasingly organising their activities and IT support around key business processes. These processes and their interrelationships may be identified in a process architecture. Ould (2005) claims that the Riva method identifies the pr... Read More about Comparative process architectures in two higher education institutions.

Providing traceability for neuroimaging analyses (2012)
Journal Article
McClatchey, R., Branson, A., Anjum, A., Bloodsworth, P., Habib, I., Munir, K., …Green, S. (2012). Providing traceability for neuroimaging analyses. International Journal of Medical Informatics, 82(9), 882-894. https://doi.org/10.1016/j.ijmedinf.2013.05.005

With the increasingly digital nature of biomedical data and as the complexity of analyses in medical research increases, the need for accurate information capture, traceability and accessibility has become crucial to medical researchers in the pursua... Read More about Providing traceability for neuroimaging analyses.

Facilitating business process discovery using email analysis (2011)
Presentation / Conference
Mavaddat, M., Beeson, I., Green, S., & Sa, J. (2011, September). Facilitating business process discovery using email analysis. Paper presented at 1st International Conference on Business Intelligence and Technology

Process architectures in higher education (2009)
Presentation / Conference
Beeson, I., Green, S., & Kamm, R. (2009, March). Process architectures in higher education. Paper presented at UK Academy for Information Systems Conference Proceedings 2009. Paper 11

We have used the business process modelling method ‘Riva’ to model processes of programme management in two UK universities. The method depends on the identification of ‘essential business entities’ as the basis for defining a process architecture.... Read More about Process architectures in higher education.

Reusable process architectures and process models: an experience report from higher education (2009)
Journal Article
Green, S., Beeson, I., & Kamm, R. (2009). Reusable process architectures and process models: an experience report from higher education. International Journal of Business Process Integration and Management, 4(2), 75-92. https://doi.org/10.1504/IJBPIM.2009.027777

We apply a particular process architecture development method, Riva, to a study and comparison of specimen processes in two UK higher education institutions. We developed an outline process architecture for one common area of activity (development an... Read More about Reusable process architectures and process models: an experience report from higher education.

A framework for classifying and evaluating process architecture methods (2005)
Journal Article
Green, S., & Ould, M. (2005). A framework for classifying and evaluating process architecture methods. Software Process: Improvement and Practice, 10(4), 415-425. https://doi.org/10.1002/spip.244

Piecemeal identification, development, and support of an organisation's processes may lead to problems: first, it may be difficult to identify which processes should be supported, and, second, it is unlikely that processes developed piecemeal will ei... Read More about A framework for classifying and evaluating process architecture methods.

Linking Business Processes and Information Systems Provision in a Dynamic Environment (2002)
Journal Article
Beeson, I., Green, S., Sa, J., & Sully, A. (2002). Linking Business Processes and Information Systems Provision in a Dynamic Environment. Information Systems Frontiers, 4(3), 317-329. https://doi.org/10.1023/A%3A1019910722321

This paper discusses decision and communication processes which link strategic activity in a business with information systems development activity. We develop a model which illustrates these processes as abserved in one company (AXA Sun Life, Bristo... Read More about Linking Business Processes and Information Systems Provision in a Dynamic Environment.


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