Prozessmodellierungsplattform Winter 2008/09

  • Maximum 15 participants (one person per topic)
  • Please address all your questions to Artem Polyvyanyy, [artem.polyvyanyy (at) hpi.uni-potsdam.de]

What you do

  • Solve a concrete technical problem in a complex IT environment of Oryx. _ All generated source code must be published under open-source license_
  • Present your work (the dates will be clarified later):
    • Problem overview, solution ideas presentation (10min + 5min discussion). 2-3 weeks after course registration deadline
    • Technical details presentation (20min + 10min discussion). Short before Christmas
    • Final presentation (20min + 10min discussion). End of the winter semester

What Will Be Evaluated

  • Presentations (English preferred)
  • Work report (10-15 pages, English or German)
  • Documented code
  • Practical results achieved (Code functionality)

Upcoming Events

  • 30 October 2008. First meeting. Room A-2.1
  • 4 November 2008 23h59m. Topic selection. Send a list of 3 topics (ordered by preference) to [artem.polyvyanyy (at) hpi.uni-potsdam.de]
  • 5 November 2008. Topic assignment
  • 24 November 2008 15:15-16:15. Problem overview, solution ideas presentation (10min + 5min discussion)
  • 14 January 2009 15:15-18:05. Technical details presentation (20min + 20min discussion)
  • 26 February 2009 13:00-15:50. Final presentation (20min + 10min discussion)
  • 6 March 2009. Final results submission

Topics List

  • BPMN Layouting
  • Rework Oryx Toolbar
  • Visualization of Model Differences
  • “Diving into Pools”
  • Integration of Atlas and Oryx
  • Hierarchical Process Model Decomposition
  • Process Model Abstraction in Oryx
  • Making Oryx offline capable
  • Oryx.exe
  • Modeling Ontologies in Oryx

Participants

  • Philipp Berger - "Making Oryx Offline Capable" (supervised by Hagen Overdick)
  • Helen Kaltegärtner - "BPMN Layouting" (supervised by Gero Decker)
  • Martin Köppelmann - "Layouting of Parts of an Existing Model" (supervised by Matthias Weidlich)
  • Lea Voget - "Diving into Pools" (supervised by Matthias Weidlich)

Seminar Materials