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Monday (Dec 21)

9.30 Opening

9.40 – 10.20 Opening session

An Ontology-Based Business Process State Machine. Bill McCarthy, USA

10.20 Coffee break.

10.40 – 12.00 Paper session 1 (Integrated Approaches).

Enterprise Ontology Based Service Definition. Antonia Albani, Linda Terlouw, Gde Hardjosumarto, and Jan L.G. Dietz, The Netherlands, Switzerland

Evolving the Enterprise Engineering Framework. H.A. Proper and M. Op ’t Land, The Netherlands

12.00 Lunch.

13.00 – 15.00 Paper session 2 (Service System Ontology I).

Service Semantics Classification: an Approach Towards Modular Service Ontology. Vikram Sorathia, Luís Ferreira Pires, Marten van Sinderen, and Fons Wijnhoven, The Netherlands

The Resource-Service-System Model. Geert Poels, Belgium

Service as a Resource. Hans Weigand, Paul Johannesson, Birger Andersson, and Maria Bergholtz, The Netherlands, Sweden

15.00 Coffee break.

15.30 – 17.00 Paper session 3 (Service System Ontology II)

Embedding value activities in a layered model of services. Roberta Ferrario and Nicola Guarino

General discussion on service system ontology

17.00 Closing.

19.00 Dinner.

Tuesday (Dec 22)

9.00 – 10.00 Paper session 4 (Ontological Modeling and Institutional Context)

Modeling Service Systems. Wout Hofman and Yao-Hua Tan, The Netherlands

Three lines of research for ontology and ontological engineering in service science. Pierre Grenon, UK

10.00 Coffee break

10.30 – 12.00 Paper session 5 (Ontology research).

A Synthesis of REA Reference Models. Wim Laurier and Geert Poels, Belgium

Dealing with Changes to the Law. Tom van Engers, Alexander Boer, and Saskia van de Ven, The Netherlands (presentation, ppt, 2MB)

Extending REA Models with a Reference Model for Abstraction Mechanisms. Wim Laurier and Geert Poels, Belgium

12.00 Lunch.

13.00 – 15.30 Paper session 6 (Business semantics).

Towards REA Ontology Based Ledger for Small and Medium Enterprise Information Systems Ivars Blūms, Latvia (presentation, pps, 346kB)

Minibudget: Why an Enterprise Hires a Chief Executive Officer (CEO). Christian Scheller and Pavel Hruby, Denmark (45 minutes)

An e3-Value Pattern for Valuing Customer Retention Initiatives. Matthieu De Coster, Wim Laurier, and Geert Poels, Belgium

Detail REA Production Planning Model Including Overhead Costs. Frantisek Hunka, Miroslav Hucka, Josef Kasik, and Dominik Vymetal, Czech Republic

Closing remarks

15.30 Refreshments