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MOREBI 2016 : Modeling and Reasoning for Business Intelligence


When Nov 14, 2016 - Nov 17, 2016
Where Gifu, Japan
Abstract Registration Due Jun 16, 2016
Submission Deadline Jun 30, 2016
Notification Due Jul 25, 2016
Final Version Due Aug 4, 2016
Categories    conceptual modeling   business intelligence   requirements engineering

Call For Papers

Call for Paper MORE-BI 2016

*** The 4th International Workshop on Modeling and Reasoning for Business Intelligence - MORE-BI 2016 ***

One-day Workshop held in Conjunction with the 35th International Conference on Conceptual Modeling (ER’16)

Gifu, Japan
November14-17th, 2016

*** WEBSITE ***

*** SCOPE ***

MORE-BI aims to bring together researchers in conceptual modeling, business process modeling and analysis, ontology engineering, artificial intelligence with business analysts, developers, managers, and consultants involved in the definition of requirements for, development, use, and evolution of BI systems.

The aim is to initiate discussions and studies in concepts, ontologies, modeling languages, metrics, processes, and methods relevant for the engineering of requirements for, and the engineering and specification of BI systems. These modeling and reasoning techniques will provide more precise and rich information for the end-user, bridging the gap between technical and user-centric tools for BI. The workshop is the first of its kind to provide a forum for both research and practice in the conceptual modeling and reasoning needed for the engineering of BI systems, and encourages interdisciplinary discussions in all aspects of this field.

*** TOPICS ***

We invite theoretical/technical/practical contributions on the following topics:

Business management and BI
• BI and corporate strategy
• BI and IT strategy
• BI Business processes
• BI and management practices
• BI and organisational structures
• BI and key performance indicators
• Impact of BI on management decision-making

BI systems engineering

• Modeling languages for decision support
• Modeling languages for business strategy and business analytics
• Mappings Between Business and Conceptual Schemas
• Business and BI alignment
• Integrated management of business intelligence architecture
• Agile methodologies for business intelligence
• Software product line and business intelligence
• Collaborative and user-centric modeling for decision support

Data storage and analysis
• Data treatment and integration / ETL
• Requirements for data warehouse
• Logical knowledge bases for business intelligence
• Automated reasoning for decision support
• Requirements engineering of business decision / analytics processes
• OLAP and classification
• Exploiting data from social networks / media

Interactions with business intelligence
• Models visualization
• Personalization and self-service reporting
• Visual querying
• Mobile business intelligence
• Real-time business intelligence
• In-memory processing


We solicit three types of papers: full papers (10 pages max), including technical papers and empirical evaluations (case studies, experience reports, surveys); position or vision papers (6 pages max); and industrial problem statements (6 pages max). We aim for a highly interactive forum with an emphasis on discussion. The working language is English. Workshop proceedings will be published by Springer-Verlag in the LNCS series. Thus, authors must submit manuscripts using the Springer-Verlag LNCS style for Lecture Notes in Computer Science. See for style files and details.


Abstract submission: Thursday 16th June 2016
Paper submission: Thursday 30th June, 2016
Notifications sent: Monday 25th July 2016
Camera-ready papers: Thursday 4th August 2016


Papers can be submitted via easy-chair:


• Ivan J. Jureta - FNRS & University of Namur, Belgium
• Corentin Burnay – FNRS & University of Namur, Belgium
• Stéphane Faulkner – University of Namur, Belgium


• Jennifer Horkoff - City University London, United Kingdom
• Ivan J. Jureta - FNRS & University of Namur, Belgium
• Stéphane Faulkner – University of Namur, Belgium


• Alberto Abelló - Universitat Politècnica de Catalunya
• Ladjel Bellatreche - Ecole Nationale Supérieure de Mécanique et d'Aérotechnique
• Sandro Bimonte - Irstea - France
• Olivier Corby - INRIA
• Alfredo Cuzzocrea - ICAR-CNR and University of Calabria
• Neil Ernst - University of British Columbia
• Cécile Favre - Université Lyon 2
• Jennifer Horkoff - University of Trento
• Dimitris Karagiannis - University of Vienna
• Alexei Lapouchnian - University of Trento
• Sotirios Liaskos - York University
• Isabelle Linden - University of Namur
• Patrick Marcel - Université François Rabelais de Tours
• Jose-Norberto Mazón - University of Alicante
• Catherine Roussey - Université de Lyon
• Monique Snoeck - Katholieke Universiteit Leuven
• Thodoros Topaloglou - University of Toronto
• Juan-Carlos Trujillo Mondéjar - University of Alicante
• Robert Wrembel - Poznań University of Technology

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