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====== EIS 2010 Accepted Papers with Abstracts ====== ====== EIS 2010 Accepted Papers with Abstracts ======
-**Sietse Overbeek, Virginia Dignum and Yao-Hua Tan. Value-Sensitive Design for Cross-Enterprise Regulation [[abstract:paper1|Abstract]]** +**Marco Aiello, Pavel Bulanov and Heerko Groefsema**// A Survey of Variability Management Requirements// ([[abstract:paper10|abstract]]) 
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 +**Romana Aziz, Jos van Hillegersberg and Kuldeep Kumar**// Inter Organizational Relationships Performance in Third Party Logistics: conceptual framework and case study// ([[abstract:paper22|abstract]]) 
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 +**Bert de Brock, Tommi Tervonen, Hans Hillege and Pieter de Graeff**// Current Status and Future Perspectives of Drug Information Systems// ([[abstract:paper23|abstract]]) 
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 +**Willem De Roover and Jan Vanthienen**// Unified Patterns to transform business rules into an event coordination mechanism// ([[abstract:paper16|abstract]]) 
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 +**Ralph Foorthuis, Marlies van Steenbergen, Nino Mushkudiani, Wiel Bruls, Sjaak Brinkkemper and Rik Bos**// On Enterprise Architecture Conformance and Benefits// ([[abstract:paper17|abstract]]) 
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 +**Pieter Hens, Monique Snoeck, Manu De Backer and Geert Poels**// Transforming Standard Process Models to Decentralized Autonomous Entities// ([[abstract:paper12|abstract]]) 
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 +**Tom Huysegoms, Monique Snoeck and Guido Dedene**// Building a Requirements Engineering Methodology for Software Product Lines// ([[abstract:paper8|abstract]]) 
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 +**Philip Huysmans, Kris Ven and Jan Verelst**// Designing for Innovation: Using Enterprise Ontology Theory to Improve Business IT Alignment// ([[abstract:paper19|abstract]]) 
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 +**Björn Kijl and Durk Boersma**// Developing a business model engineering & experimentation tool - the quest for scalable ′lollapalooza confluence patterns'// ([[abstract:paper20|abstract]]) 
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 +**Agnes Nakakawa, Patrick van Bommel and Erik Proper**// Challenges of Involving Stakeholders When Creating Enterprise Architecture// ([[abstract:paper5|abstract]]) 
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 +**Sietse Overbeek, Virginia Dignum and Yao-Hua Tan**// Value-Sensitive Design for Cross-Enterprise Regulation// ([[abstract:paper1|abstract]]
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 +**Marijn Plomp and Ronald Batenburg**// Measuring Chain Digitisation Maturity: An Assessment of Dutch Retail branches// ([[abstract:paper21|abstract]]) 
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 +**Ricardo Seguel, Rik Eshuis and Paul Grefen**// Architecture Support for Flexible Chain Management// ([[abstract:paper7|abstract]]) 
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 +**Denis Ssebuggwawo, Stijn Hoppenbrouwers and Erik Proper**// Collaborative Modeling: Towards a Meta-model for Analysis and Evaluation// ([[abstract:paper6|abstract]]) 
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 +**Marlies Van Steenbergen, Rik Bos, Sjaak Brinkkemper, Inge van de Weerd and Willem Bekkers**// The Design of Focus Area Maturity Models// ([[abstract:paper18|abstract]]) 
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 +**Amy Van Looy, Manu De Backer and Geert Poels**// Which Maturity Is Being Measured? A Classification of Business Process Maturity Models// ([[abstract:paper4|abstract]]) 
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