SCOPE OF THE CONFERENCE

The transition into the information and knowledge society is being accompanied by redefinition of the business processes and renewal of the information systems. There is an evident growth in the size and complexity of these systems. The consequence is that actual development problems cannot be successfully addressed and resolved by individuals. Moreover, heterogeneous and multidisciplinary teams are required and project teams should consist of members from various professional, technological and cultural environments. Teams have to respect maxims of collaborative communication in order to efficiently manage the complexity inherent to business and information systems and corresponding software and services.

The aim of the conference is to encourage potential authors to submit scientific papers as well as papers addressing applications of new techniques and methods enabling collaborative work and efficient service engineering. Topics are not limited to the domain of IS and software development - papers that address issues related to collaborative work in business systems and in community in general are also welcome.

CONFERENCE PROGRAM

Tuesday, 9. October 2018

9:00 - 11:00 SESSION I - DEVELOPMENT OF INOVATIVE ICT-BASED SERVICES
Chair: dr. Gregor Polančič
 

 

SELF-ASSESSMENT TOOL FOR EVALUATING SUSTAINABILITY OF ICT IN SMEs
Jari Soini, Jari Leppäniemi, Pekka Sillberg

REFERENCE STANDARD PROCESS MODEL FOR FARMING TO SUPPORT THE DEVELOPMENT OF APPLICATIONS FOR FARMING
Rok Rupnik

SEMIOTICS OF GRAPHICAL SIGNS IN BPMN
Saša Kuhar, Gregor Polančič

KNOWLEDGE PERCEPTION INFUENCED BY NOTATION USED FOR CONCEPTUAL DATABASE DESIGN
Aida Kamišalić, Muhamed Turkanović, Marjan Heričko, Tatjana Welzer

THE USE OF STANDARD QUESTIONNAIRES FOR EVALUATING THE USABILITY OF GAMIFICATION
Alen Rajšp, Katja Kous, Tina Beranič

11:00 - 11:30  
Cofee break
11:30 - 13:00 SESSION II - INTELLIGENT & BLOCHCHAIN SOLUTIONS
Chair: dr. Vili Podgorelec
 

 

ANALYZING SHORT TEXT JOKES FROM ONLINE SOURCES WITH MACHINE LEARNING APPROACHES
Samo Šimenko, Vili Podgorelec, Sašo Karakatič

A DATA SCIENCE APPROACH TO THE ANALYSIS OF FOOD RECIPES
Tjaša Heričko, Sašo Karakatič, Vili Podgorelec

INTRODUCING BLOCKCHAIN TECHNOLOGY INTO A REAL-LIFE INSURANCE USE CASE
Aljaž Vodeb, Aljaž Tišler, Martin Chuchurski , Mojca Orgulan, Tadej Rola, Tea Unger, Žan Žnidar, Muhamed Turkanović

A BRIEF OVERVIEW OF PROPOSED SOLUTIONS TO ACHIEVE ETHEREUM SCALABILITY
Blaž Podgorelec, Patrik Rek, Tadej Rola, Muhamed Turkanović

13:00 - 14:00  
Lunch break
14:00 - 16:00 SESSION III - SOFTWARE PROCESSES AND QUALITY ASSURANCE
Chair: dr. Sašo Karakatič
 

 

INTEGRATION HEAVEN OF NANOSERVICES
Ádám Révész, Norbert Pataki

SERVICE MONITORING AGENTS FOR DEVOPS DASHBOARD TOOL
Márk Török, Norbert Pataki

INCREMENTAL PARSING OF LARGE LEGACY C/C++ SOFTWARE
Anett Fekete and Máté Cserép

VISUALISING COMPILER-GENERATED SPECIAL MEMBER FUNCTIONS OF C++ TYPES
Richárd Szalay, Zoltán Porkoláb

HOW DOES AN INTEGRATION WITH VCS AFFECT SSQSA?
Bojan Popović, Gordana Rakić

PROGRAM COMMITTEE

  • dr. Marjan Heričko
  • dr. Gabriele Gianini
  • dr. Hannu Jaakkola
  • dr. Mirjana Ivanović
  • dr. Zoltán Porkoláb
  • dr. Stephan Schlögl
  • dr. Zlatko Stapić
  • dr. Vili Podgorelec
  • dr. Maja Pušnik
  • dr. Muhamed Turkanović
  • dr. Boštjan Šumak
  • dr. Aida Kamišalić Latifić
  • dr. Gregor Polančič
  • dr. Luka Pavlič

CONFERENCE TOPICS

  • software and service engineering
  • service science
  • service ecosystems
  • digital transformation
  • Blockchain-based business models and innovations
  • service industry
  • Web technologies, services, development approaches and tools
  • e-services and e-business
  • collaborative work and environment
  • technological, organizational and cultural aspects of collaboration
  • roles involved in designing systems and services
  • heterogeneous and multidisciplinary teams
  • teamwork and virtual organizations
  • knowledge management and knowledge networks
  • personalization and collaborative filtering
  • service-oriented architectures
  • concurent engineering
  • software patterns, reuse
  • agile processes
  • SLA and QoS
  • metrics, testing, quality assurance
  • the role of semantic web in software and service development
  • security, trust and dependability
  • ethical aspects and privacy of collaborative work
  • intellectual property

 

FOR AUTHORS

APapers should be written in English or in Slovene and will be reviewed by the Program Committee. The papers should be 4 pages long. They can be written in Slovene or English. An example is available in Word format on http://is.ijs.si/paper_submission.php?lang=en.

Papers should be sent to the following e-mail address: marjan.hericko@um.si. The papers will be reviewed and evaluated by the program committee. The accepted papers will be published in the proceedings, which will be handed out to all the participants of the conference at the registration.


IMPORTANT DATES

  • 4.9.2018 - Paper Submission Deadline
  • 10.9.2018 - Acceptance Notification
  • 20.9.2018 - Camera ready Paper Submission Deadline
  • 9.10.2018 - Conference

REGISTRATION

Please look at registration page.


INFORMATION

dr. Marjan Heričko,
University of Maribor, FERI, Institute of Informatics
Koroška cesta 46, SI-2000 Maribor

CSS'2018 will be held in Ljubljana at the Institut "Jožef Štefan", Jamova 39. You can find out how to get to the Jozef Stefan Institute, e.g. by bus: http://www.ijs.si/ijs/bus-map.jpg

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