Managing complexity in process digitalisation with dynamic condition response graphs

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Managing complexity in process digitalisation with dynamic condition response graphs. / Hildebrandt, Thomas; Debois, Søren; Slaats, Tijs; Marquard, Morten.

BIR-WS 2017: pre-BIR Forum, BIR Workshops and Doctoral Consortium 2017. red. / Björn Johansson. CEUR-WS.org, 2017. (CEUR Workshop Proceedings, Bind 1898).

Publikation: Bidrag til bog/antologi/rapportKonferencebidrag i proceedingsForskningfagfællebedømt

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Hildebrandt, T, Debois, S, Slaats, T & Marquard, M 2017, Managing complexity in process digitalisation with dynamic condition response graphs. i B Johansson (red.), BIR-WS 2017: pre-BIR Forum, BIR Workshops and Doctoral Consortium 2017. CEUR-WS.org, CEUR Workshop Proceedings, bind 1898, 2nd Workshop on Managed Complexity, København, Danmark, 28/08/2017.

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Hildebrandt, T., Debois, S., Slaats, T., & Marquard, M. (2017). Managing complexity in process digitalisation with dynamic condition response graphs. I B. Johansson (red.), BIR-WS 2017: pre-BIR Forum, BIR Workshops and Doctoral Consortium 2017 CEUR-WS.org. CEUR Workshop Proceedings, Bind. 1898

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Hildebrandt T, Debois S, Slaats T, Marquard M. Managing complexity in process digitalisation with dynamic condition response graphs. I Johansson B, red., BIR-WS 2017: pre-BIR Forum, BIR Workshops and Doctoral Consortium 2017. CEUR-WS.org. 2017. (CEUR Workshop Proceedings, Bind 1898).

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Hildebrandt, Thomas ; Debois, Søren ; Slaats, Tijs ; Marquard, Morten. / Managing complexity in process digitalisation with dynamic condition response graphs. BIR-WS 2017: pre-BIR Forum, BIR Workshops and Doctoral Consortium 2017. red. / Björn Johansson. CEUR-WS.org, 2017. (CEUR Workshop Proceedings, Bind 1898).

Bibtex

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