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Important Dates

Paper submission deadline

August 31, 2013 (extended)

Notification of acceptance

October 5, 2013

Final Version Due

October 25, 2013 (firm)

Workshop Date

December 16, 2013

Previous Events

KiBP 2012, Rome, Italy

Welcome to the KiBP 2013 web page

The 2nd International Workshop on Knowledge-intensive Business Processes (KiBP 2013) will be held at Kauai, Hawaii (USA), in conjunction with the 6th IEEE International Conference on Service Oriented Computing and Applications (SOCA 2013).

The papers in the workshops will be published in the SOCA proceedings that will be included in the IEEE Digital Library.

The workshop will start with a keynote talk and, afterwards, the accepted papers will be presented. Research papers have 20 minutes for their presentations and 10 minutes for discussion.

Latest News

17 December 2013: The slides of the paper presentations are now available online!

12 December 2013: The final program of the workshop is on-line.

14 November 2013: The advance program of the workshop is available here.

19 October 2013: The submission system for camera ready papers is now available here.

19 October 2013: The submission of camera ready papers has been extended to 25 October, 2013

15 October 2013: Author's registration deadline has been extended to 20 October, 2013

8 October 2013: The registration procedure for KiBP 2013 is now available here.

6 October 2013: The hotel reservation website is now open.

25 August 2013: Final deadline extension for submitting papers: 31 August, 2013. Few more days may be provided on demand if needed.

19 August 2013: Updated information about the venue and the accommodation are on-line!

22 July 2013: The deadline for submitting papers has been extended to the 27 of August, 2013.

7 July 2013: The Keynote Speaker for KiBP 2013 has been announced!

12 June 2013: The Easy Chair system for KiBP 2013 is now open for accepting submissions!

27 May 2013: Web Page for KiBP 2013 is on-line!

Workshop Background and Goal

In recent years, the increasing demand in effective solutions for knowledge-intensive processes has been reflected in the arising of various approaches (such as declarative and object-centric processes, artifact-centric systems, and adaptive case management) that emphasize how the integration of rules, data, control flow and user decisions may support the specification, analysis and enactment of flexible, knowledge-intensive business processes. From the foundational and practical viewpoint, the purpose of integrating such aspects with traditional business process management is a challenging, still largely open issue, which requires to reconsider the role of each process component together with the ways it interacts with the other components, and ultimately to reshape the entire process life-cycle.

The main focus of this workshop is to discuss novel and ongoing approaches, techniques and tools whose distinctive feature relies in the interplay between data, users and control flow aspects, to the aim of defining and understanding the knowledge dimension for business processes.

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