Report from the NSF Workshop on Workflow and Process Automation in Information Systems
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An interdisciplinary research community needs to address challenging issues raised by applying workflow management technology in information systems. This conclusion results from the NSF workshop on Workflow and Process Automation in Information Systems which was held at the State Botanical Garden of Georgia during May 8-10, 1996. The workshop brought together active researchers and practitioners from several communities, with significant representation from database and distributed systems, software process and software engineering, and computer supported cooperative work. The presentations given at the workshop are available in the form of an electronic proceedings of this workshop at http://lsdis.cs.uga.edu/activities/). This report is the joint work of selected representatives from the workshop and it documents the results of significant group discussions and exchange of ideas.
Sheth, A. P.,
Joosten, S. M.,
& Wolf, A. L.
(1997). Report from the NSF Workshop on Workflow and Process Automation in Information Systems. Software Engineering Notes, 22 (1), 28-38.