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Claudio Di Ciccio
Claudio Di Ciccio
Utrecht University, Department of Information and Computing Sciences
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Blockchains for business process management-challenges and opportunities
J Mendling, I Weber, WVD Aalst, JV Brocke, C Cabanillas, F Daniel, ...
ACM Transactions on Management Information Systems (TMIS) 9 (1), 1-16, 2018
8252018
Knowledge-intensive processes: Characteristics, requirements and analysis of contemporary approaches
C Di Ciccio, A Marrella, A Russo
Journal on Data Semantics 4 (1), 29-57, 2015
3982015
Process mining for healthcare: Characteristics and challenges
J Munoz-Gama, N Martin, C Fernandez-Llatas, OA Johnson, M Sepúlveda, ...
Journal of Biomedical Informatics 127, 103994, 2022
1462022
The internet-of-things meets business process management: mutual benefits and challenges
C Janiesch, A Koschmider, M Mecella, B Weber, A Burattin, CD Ciccio, ...
CoRR, 2017
1402017
The Internet of Things meets business process management: a manifesto
C Janiesch, A Koschmider, M Mecella, B Weber, A Burattin, C Di Ciccio, ...
IEEE Systems, Man, and Cybernetics Magazine 6 (4), 34-44, 2020
1232020
On the Discovery of Declarative Control Flows for Artful Processes
C Di Ciccio, M Mecella
ACM Transactions on Management Information Systems 5 (4), 24:1--24:37, 2015
1122015
Foundational oracle patterns: Connecting blockchain to the off-chain world
R Mühlberger, S Bachhofner, E Castelló Ferrer, C Di Ciccio, I Weber, ...
Business Process Management: Blockchain and Robotic Process Automation Forum …, 2020
982020
Resolving inconsistencies and redundancies in declarative process models
C Di Ciccio, FM Maggi, M Montali, J Mendling
Information Systems 64, 425-446, 2017
942017
Blockchain support for collaborative business processes
C Di Ciccio, A Cecconi, M Dumas, L García-Bañuelos, O López-Pintado, ...
Informatik Spektrum 42, 182-190, 2019
902019
Knowledge-intensive Processes: An Overview of Contemporary Approaches
C Di Ciccio, A Marrella, A Russo
Knowledge-intensive Business Processes, 33, 2012
872012
Discovery of multi-perspective declarative process models
S Schönig, C Di Ciccio, FM Maggi, J Mendling
Service-Oriented Computing: 14th International Conference, ICSOC 2016, Banff …, 2016
782016
Blockchain-based traceability of inter-organisational business processes
C Di Ciccio, A Cecconi, J Mendling, D Felix, D Haas, D Lilek, F Riel, ...
Business Modeling and Software Design: 8th International Symposium, BMSD …, 2018
762018
A two-step fast algorithm for the automated discovery of declarative workflows
C Di Ciccio, M Mecella
2013 IEEE Symposium on Computational Intelligence and Data Mining (CIDM …, 2013
762013
Predictive Task Monitoring for Business Processes
C Cabanillas Macías, C Di Ciccio, J Mendling, A Baumgrass
BPM 2014: 12th International Workshops on Business Process Management (2014 …, 2014
752014
Seven paradoxes of business process management in a hyper-connected world
D Beverungen, JCAM Buijs, J Becker, C Di Ciccio, WMP van der Aalst, ...
Business & Information Systems Engineering 63, 145-156, 2021
742021
Detecting flight trajectory anomalies and predicting diversions in freight transportation
C Di Ciccio, H Van der Aa, C Cabanillas, J Mendling, J Prescher
Decision Support Systems 88, 1-17, 2016
732016
Extracting declarative process models from natural language
H van der Aa, C Di Ciccio, H Leopold, HA Reijers
Advanced Information Systems Engineering: 31st International Conference …, 2019
692019
Business process improvement with the AB-BPM methodology
S Satyal, I Weber, H Paik, C Di Ciccio, J Mendling
Information Systems 84, 283-298, 2019
682019
Comprehensive process drift detection with visual analytics
A Yeshchenko, C Di Ciccio, J Mendling, A Polyvyanyy
International Conference on Conceptual Modeling, 119-135, 2019
642019
From event streams to process models and back: Challenges and opportunities
P Soffer, A Hinze, A Koschmider, H Ziekow, C Di Ciccio, B Koldehofe, ...
Information Systems 81, 181-200, 2019
612019
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