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by Alexander Wise

 2009

Structural Considerations in Defining Executable Process Models
Borislava I. Simidchieva, Leon J. Osterweil, Alexander Wise, International Conference on Software Process: Trustworthy Software Development Processes, Vancouver, B. C., Canada, May 2009, Lecture Notes in Computer Science Vol. 5543, pp. 366-376. (UM-CS-2009-038)

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 2007

Using Process Definitions to Drive User Interactions with Digital Government Systems
Lori A. Clarke, Alan Gaitenby, Ethan Katsh, Matthew Marzilli, Leon J. Osterweil, Daniel Rainey, Borislava Simidchieva, Norman Sondheimer, Leah Wing, Alexander Wise, 8th Annual International Conference on Digital Government Research: Bridging Disciplines & Domains, Philadelphia, PA, pp. 310-311, May 20-23, 2007. (UM-CS-2007-11)

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 2006

Little-JIL 1.5 Language Report
Alexander Wise, Department of Computer Science, University of Massachusetts, Amherst, MA 01003, October 2006. (UM-CS-2006-51)

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A Process-Driven Tool to Support Online Dispute Resolution
Lori A. Clarke, Alan Gaitenby, Daniel Gyllstrom, Ethan Katsh, Matthew Marzilli, Leon J. Osterweil, Norman K. Sondheimer, Leah Wing, Alexander Wise, Daniel Rainey, 2006 International Conference on Digital Government Research, San Diego, CA, ACM Press, 2008, pp. 356-357. (UM-CS-2007-05)

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