Anis Boubaker
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Analyzing program dependencies in java ee applications
A Shatnawi, H Mili, G El Boussaidi, A Boubaker, YG Guéhéneuc, N Moha, ...
2017 IEEE/ACM 14th International Conference on Mining Software Repositories …, 2017
172017
Context aware customer experience management: A development framework based on ontologies and computational intelligence
H Mili, I Benzarti, MJ Meurs, A Obaid, J Gonzalez-Huerta, N Haj-Salem, ...
Sentiment Analysis and Ontology Engineering, 273-311, 2016
102016
Value-chain discovery from business process models
A Boubaker, D Cherif, A Leshob, H Mili
IFIP Working Conference on The Practice of Enterprise Modeling, 26-41, 2014
92014
On the analysis of cmmn expressiveness: revisiting workflow patterns
R Carvalho, A Boubaker, J Gonzalez-Huerta, H Mili, S Ringuette, Y Charif
Enterprise Distributed Object Computing Workshop, 1-8, 2016
82016
Methodology and tool for business process compensation design
A Boubaker, H Mili, Y Charif, A Leshob
2013 17th IEEE International Enterprise Distributed Object Computing …, 2013
82013
E-Tourism portal: a case study in ontology-driven development
H Mili, P Valtchev, Y Charif, L Szathmary, N Daghrir, M Béland, ...
International Conference on E-Technologies, 76-99, 2011
72011
A business process re-engineering approach to transform BPMN models to software artifacts
J Gonzalez-Huerta, A Boubaker, H Mili
International Conference on E-Technologies, 170-184, 2017
62017
A value-oriented approach to business process specialization: Principles, proof-of-concept, and validation
A Leshob, H Mili, J Gonzalez-Huerta, A Boubaker
Journal of Systems and Software 127, 120-149, 2017
62017
Electric fan use during heat waves: Turn off for the elderly?
D Gagnon, CG Crandall
Temperature 4 (2), 104-106, 2017
62017
Towards a framework for modeling business compensation processes
A Boubaker, H Mili, Y Charif, A Leshob
Enterprise, Business-Process and Information Systems Modeling, 139-153, 2013
62013
A pattern‐based approach to extract REA value models from business process models
A Boubaker, A Leshob, H Mili, Y Charif
Intelligent Systems in Accounting, Finance and Management 24 (1), 29-48, 2017
42017
From inter-organizational business process models to service-oriented architecture models
R Blal, A Leshob, J Gonzalez-Huerta, H Mili, A Boubaker
Service Oriented Computing and Applications 12 (3-4), 227-245, 2018
32018
Comparing condec to cmmn: Towards a common language for flexible processes
RM de Carvalho, H Mili, J Gonzalez-Huerta, A Boubaker, A Leshob
2016 4th International Conference on Model-Driven Engineering and Software …, 2016
32016
How important are paper copies of questionnaires? Testing invitations modes when studying social inequalities in smoking among young adults
T Gagné, R Agouri, M Cantinotti, A Boubaker, KL Frohlich
International journal of public health 59 (1), 207-210, 2014
32014
Codifying hidden dependencies in legacy J2EE applications
G Hecht, H Mili, G El-Boussaidi, A Boubaker, M Abdellatif, YG Guéhéneuc, ...
2018 25th Asia-Pacific Software Engineering Conference (APSEC), 305-314, 2018
22018
Ontology‐based model‐driven development of a destination management portal: Experience and lessons learned
H Mili, P Valtchev, L Szathmary, A Boubaker, A Leshob, Y Charif, L Martin
Software: Practice and Experience 48 (8), 1438-1460, 2018
22018
Ontology-driven process specialization
A Leshob, H Mili, A Boubaker
International Conference on E-Technologies, 3-19, 2015
22015
REA-based business process adaptation
L Abderrahmane, H Mili, A Boubaker
2014 IEEE 11th International Conference on e-Business Engineering, 74-82, 2014
22014
A pattern based approach for automatic business process specialization
A Leshob, H Mili, A Boubaker
2014 IEEE 38th Annual Computer Software and Applications Conference, 59-64, 2014
22014
A value-oriented approach to business process compensation design
A Boubaker, H Milli, A Leshob, Y Charif
2012 International Conference on Information Technology and e-Services, 1-6, 2012
22012
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