By Martin Bichler (auth.), Witold Abramowicz (eds.)
This booklet constitutes the refereed complaints of the 4 workshops that have been geared up along side the overseas convention on enterprise details platforms, BIS 2013, which happened in Poznań, Poland, in June 2013.
BIS workshops supply researchers the chance to percentage their initial principles and primary experimental effects and to debate learn hypotheses with a hugely centred viewers. The 25 papers during this quantity have been rigorously reviewed and chosen from forty seven submissions and have been revised and prolonged after the development. The workshop themes lined functions and economics of knowledge-based applied sciences (AKTB), company and IT alignment (BITA), company platforms for better schooling (ESHE) and formal semantics for destiny organizations (FSFE). additionally, keynotes in addition to ten papers offered on the PhD Symposium also are integrated during this volume.
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