My work on a framwork for model-driven (i.e., hADL driven) execution of collaboration structures was accepted as a full paper at CAiSE 2016.
Mayr-Dorn C., Dustdar S. (2016) A Framework for Model-driven Execution of Collaboration Structures, In Proceedings of the 28th International Conference on Advanced Information Systems Engineering (CAiSE), June, Ljubljana, Slovenia, Springer, (forthcoming, preprint) – [Supporting Online Material]
Abstract: Human interaction-intensive process environments need collaboration support beyond traditional BPM approaches. Process primitives are ill suited to model and execute collaborations for shared artifact editing, chatting, or voting. To this end, this paper introduces a framework for specifying and executing such collaboration structures. The framework explicitly supports the required human autonomy in shaping the collaboration structure. We demonstrate the application of our framework to an exemplary collaboration-intensive hiring process.
Dorn C., Taylor R.N., Dustdar S. (2012). Flexible Social Workflows: Collaborations as Human Architecture. IEEE Internet Computing, vol.16 no.2, pp.72-77, IEEE Computer Society, http://doi.ieeecomputersociety.org/10.1109/MIC.2012.33,
Abstract: Human process involvement has gained momentum in recent years, but the proposed mechanisms can’t efficiently adapt Web-scale collaborative workflows. Here, the authors describe collaborative problem solving and its integration with process-support systems as an architecture comprising human components and connectors. This modeling of coordination and execution roles enables reasoning on workflow flexibility and appropriate adaptation actions.
Dorn C., Dustdar S. (2011). Weighted Fuzzy Clustering for Capability-driven Service Aggregation. Service Oriented Computing and Applications, Special Issue, pp.1-16, Springer London , DOI: 10.1007/s11761-011-0090-y,
The extended and revised version includes a mechanism to suppress general purpose capabilities, clustering constraints, and a performance study. (See also the respective SOCA 2010 conference paper)
Mori M., Li F., Dorn C., Inverardi P., Dustdar S. (2011). Leveraging State-based User Preferences in Context-aware Reconfigurations for Self-adaptive Systems. 9th International Conference on Software Engineering and Formal Methods (SEFM). Nov 14-18, 2011, Montevideo, Uruguay, Springer.