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Towards Distributed Trustworthy Traceability and Accountability

Jörn Erbguth, Jean-Henry Morin

한국경영정보학회 한국경영정보학회 학술대회 정보기술 전략과 지능사회의 도래 2016.11 pp.223-225

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Digital traces play an increasingly important role in our society. Whether in the context of regulatory compliance, contractual exchanges or simply for general interactions, people need to be able to document trustworthy facts. Most approaches today rely either on Trusted Third Parties, at best, or more generally on collecting such traces after problems occur in ways where their authenticity may be arguable (fabricated, doctored). Blockchain technology offers an interesting alternative to the problem by allowing documenting transactions in a distributed consensus ledger with transparency and immutability properties. This paper proposes a new approach to the problem leveraging blockchain technology towards providing a framework for distributed trustworthy logging of digital facts and traces on the blockchain as they happen or are needed before problems arise. Disintermediation of such processes is likely to significantly help raise trust and accountability in many aspects of our interactions, whether online or offline.



How to Manage Business Process as Knowledge Assets based on Ontological Approach : Focusing on Sales Order Process

Jaewoo Joo, Gunwoo Kim, Jean-Henry Morin

한국경영정보학회 한국경영정보학회 학술대회 지식경제 시대의 ICT와 경영혁신 한국과학기술회관 2008.06 pp.264-269

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Considering our increasingly interconnected organizations heavily relying on business processes and the growing need for timely accurate knowledge to achieve greater agility in the enterprise, the idea of looking at business processes as a knowledge object is gaining momentum. Business process information is knowledge and should consequently be managed as a valuable organizational asset, particularly because organizations need to react in near real time to environmental changes and events. This paper provides an overview of the situation in this field arguing for a better definition of the intersections between knowledge and business process management. When business process is seen as knowledge, it should be managed as such. We assess and discuss some of the resulting benefits and considering the need for greater dynamic integration between the two domains, we look at ontologies as an interesting technical approach to bridging this gap showing an example for an ontology based sales order process.


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