Helal, I. M. A., A. Awad, and A. ElBastawissi, "Runtime deduction of case {ID} for unlabeled business process execution events", 12th {IEEE/ACS} International Conference of Computer Systems and Applications, {AICCSA} 2015, Marrakech, Morocco, November 17-20, 2015: {IEEE}, pp. 1–8, 2015. Abstract
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Bayomie, D., I. M. A. Helal, A. Awad, E. Ezat, and A. ElBastawissi, "Deducing Case IDs for Unlabeled Event Logs", Business Process Management Workshops - {BPM} 2015, 13th International Workshops, Innsbruck, Austria, August 31 - September 3, 2015, Revised Papers, vol. 256: Springer, pp. 242–254, 2015. Abstract
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Bayomie, D., I. M. A. Helal, A. Awad, E. Ezat, and A. ElBastawissi, Deducing Case IDs for Unlabeled Event Logs (Technical Report), , Cairo, Faculty of Computers and Information, pp. 1-16, June, 2015. bplabellingeventlogtr.pdf

System Analysis and Design 2

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Helal, I. M. A., A. El-Bastawissy, and O. Hegazy, "ICCPN: Interval-based Conditional Colored Petri Net", Informatics and Systems (INFOS), 2010 The 7th International Conference on, Cairo , 28-30 March 2010, pp. 1 - 8, 2010. Abstract

Nowadays, rules make part of any software system including real-time applications and games, meanwhile an event can trigger many different rules according to the conditions controlling these rules. Although rules are core part to many kinds of systems, its maintenance and update are not easy without affecting the whole application. Hence, many systems have presented rules as a separate layer from the application; such as: SAMOS, Sentinel, Snoop, SnoopIB and CCPN. CCPN is a model that was used in an Amplified CDBB-500 architecture; which is a system supporting active database within its architecture. In this paper, we propose some extensions on CCPN to be able to present rules as a separate layer from the application, to support time-based events, and to add other important features which were agreed and implemented in other systems such as: Snoop and SnoopIB.

MIS

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Technical Writing

This course was offered Spring 2012, and it is no longer valid.

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