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Sigrid Schefer-Wenzl
Sigrid Schefer-Wenzl
FH Campus Wien
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Detecting and resolving conflicts of mutual-exclusion and binding constraints in a business process context
S Schefer, M Strembeck, J Mendling, A Baumgrass
OTM Confederated International Conferences" On the Move to Meaningful …, 2011
412011
Modelling context-aware RBAC models for mobile business processes
S Schefer-Wenzl, M Strembeck
International Journal of Wireless and Mobile Computing 3 6 (5), 448-462, 2013
342013
Modeling context-aware RBAC models for business processes in ubiquitous computing environments
S Schefer-Wenzl, M Strembeck
2012 Third FTRA International Conference on Mobile, Ubiquitous, and …, 2012
322012
A highly scalable iot architecture through network function virtualization
I Miladinovic, S Schefer-Wenzl
Open Journal of Internet Of Things (OJIOT) 3 (1), 127-135, 2017
262017
Generic support for RBAC break-glass policies in process-aware information systems
S Schefer-Wenzl, M Strembeck
Proceedings of the 28th annual ACM symposium on applied computing, 1441-1446, 2013
232013
Blockchains for iot payments: A survey
A Ensor, S Schefer-Wenzl, I Miladinovic
2018 IEEE Globecom Workshops (GC Wkshps), 1-6, 2018
192018
Modeling support for delegating roles, tasks, and duties in a process-related RBAC context
S Schefer, M Strembeck
International Conference on Advanced Information Systems Engineering, 660-667, 2011
182011
NFV enabled IoT architecture for an operating room environment
I Miladinovic, S Schefer-Wenzl
2018 IEEE 4th World Forum on Internet of Things (WF-IoT), 98-102, 2018
172018
A review of delegation and break-glass models for flexible access control management
S Schefer-Wenzl, H Bukvova, M Strembeck
International conference on business information systems, 93-104, 2014
172014
An approach for consistent delegation in process-aware information systems
S Schefer-Wenzl, M Strembeck, A Baumgrass
International Conference on Business Information Systems, 60-71, 2012
172012
Deriving process-related rbac models from process execution histories
A Baumgrass, S Schefer-Wenzl, M Strembeck
2012 IEEE 36th Annual Computer Software and Applications Conference …, 2012
152012
Modeling process-related duties with extended UML activity and interaction diagrams
S Schefer, M Strembeck
Electronic Communications of the EASST 37, 2011
152011
Game changing mobile learning based method mix for teaching software development
S Schefer-Wenzl, I Miladinovic
Proceedings of the 16th World Conference on Mobile and Contextual Learning, 1-7, 2017
142017
An experimental study on the design and modeling of security concepts in business processes
M Leitner, S Schefer-Wenzl, S Rinderle-Ma, M Strembeck
IFIP Working Conference on The Practice of Enterprise Modeling, 236-250, 2013
122013
Modeling support for role-based delegation in process-aware information systems
S Schefer-Wenzl, M Strembeck
Business & Information Systems Engineering 6 (4), 215-237, 2014
102014
A case study on the suitability of process mining to produce current-state RBAC models
M Leitner, A Baumgrass, S Schefer-Wenzl, S Rinderle-Ma, M Strembeck
International Conference on Business Process Management, 719-724, 2012
102012
Checking satisfiability aspects of binding constraints in a business process context
S Schefer, M Strembeck, J Mendling
International Conference on Business Process Management, 465-470, 2011
102011
Teaching software engineering with gamification elements
S Schefer-Wenzl, I Miladinovic
International Journal of Advanced Corporate Learning 11 (1), 48, 2018
92018
Model-driven specification and enforcement of RBAC break-glass policies for process-aware information systems
S Schefer-Wenzl, M Strembeck
Information and Software Technology 56 (10), 1289-1308, 2014
92014
A catalog of reusable design decisions for developing UML/MOF-based domain-specific modeling languages
B Hoisl, S Sobernig, M Strembeck
WU Vienna University of Economics and Business, 2014
92014
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