Questions related to BPM
The main goal of BPM processes is to examine business operations and identify potential areas for improvement so that management and businesses can take action to improve them and make them more dependable and efficient.
The procedure helps operations become more efficient and flexible in response to changing circumstances in this way. The approach also boosts business efficiency and return on investment (ROI).
I'm currently working in germany for a medium-sized mechanical engineering company on business process modeling with BMPN 2.0 end-to-end. That was a very laborious process. Now there are decisions to be made. How to proceed with a digital transformation. Not only the paperwork is considered here, but also the integration of machines. Sales are still struggling. What experiences have you had with such projects? What suggestions can you give me?
Dear fellow researchers,
As part of my research on business processes, I am developing a questionnaire to investigate the reasons and circumstances of choosing a particular process notation.
I am currently conducting the pretest. I have talked to some process experts from my environment and incorporated the results of these interviews into the questionnaire. In order to test it, but also to expand the feedback on the questionnaire, a pretest is conducted. I would like you to participate in this pretest. Estimated duration is 20-30 minutes.
The main study is scheduled for the end of 2022. First publications from this study are for planned the end of 2023/ beginning of 2024.
Thank you for your support
Estimados colegas, estoy estudiando las causas y las perdidas económicas de los proyectos BPM fallidos. ¿Me pudieran sugerir articulos y experiencias relacionadas con este tema?
Hello, I really have no experience with how to prepare PVA/GA films. These films will need to be spincoated to be ~200-500nm thick.
I have PVA (avg weight 85,000-124000, 87-89% hydrolyzed) and glutaraldehyde (50% aq. sol). I was told that you can heat PVA to 60C then add GA and heat to 95C for 3 hours. However, I'm not sure about what amounts of PVA and GA I should use. Does anyone have a good general recipe to get started with?
Also, I would like to know how/if I can store this. Can I make the hydrogel solution and store it to be spin coated for later use? Or do I need to spin coat immediately? Any details would be appreciated.
I have been asked a lot of technical questions about the process mining by organization managers that I want to share here and read your answers.
- What is the difference between process mining and BI dashboards?
- IT team has designed the information system in my organization, so the structure is available (the staff is working on a defined railway). How process mining can help my organization to perform better?
- On the other hand, a process analyst team is available in my organization. Do we need process mining and why?
My research group is currently investigating the effects of active time on maximal exercise performance. We have 7 subjects that did both the intervention and control test. This meant they had 1 test day with more active time (woke up at 6.00 and did a max test at 16.00) and one with less active time (woke up at 10.00 and did a max test at 16.00). To measure performance, we did a treadmill exercise and measured heart rates at base (before test) , during warm up, during phase 1, phase 2, 3, and 4 and their heart rates right before complete exhaustion was achieved.
Meaning: we have 2 sets of data per subject (early/late) with 7 different measures of Heart rate. My question is: Which statistical test is best suited for this type of data?
We want to know if active time has had an effect on any or all of the heart rate variables measured. I've tried doing a paired t -test for each measurement phase but with certain phases, the heart rates remain constant over the final 10 secs of BPM (The last 10 seconds BPM was gathered as the values for heart rate of each phase. With some of the later phases, these 10 values are the same amount of BPM). Because of this, when doing a paired t -test of e.g. participant 1 phase 4, SPSS cannot compute a t-test table because the means have no standard deviation or standard error of difference.
How do I go about comparing the measurement between these final phases. Is a repeated measures Anova the option to go for? Is there a different test for this type of data?
I am interested in this topic and will be happy to start a discussion. In my last paper, I discuss this topic. Moreover, I have one Master's student working on a related topic.
Conference Paper A Collaborative and Practical Method for Teaching Business P...
Dear colleagues, I am studying the causes and financial losses of failed BPM projects. Could you suggest articles and experiences related to this topic?
Here are the results with a 100% match before the invasion of all COVID-19 sequences:
Query: CCTCGGCGGGCACGT (corresponding to the Spike protein); Tool: https://blast.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/Blast.cgi?PAGE=Nucleotides
Sequences producing significant alignments:
Max Total Query E Per.
Description: Score, Score cover, Value, Ident (all 100%) & Accession (below the organism):
Deinococcus radiodurans strain BND-54 chromosome 1, complete... 30.2 30.2 100% 429 100.00 CP050120.1
PREDICTED: Daphnia magna copper-transporting ATPase 1-like... 30.2 30.2 100% 429 100.00 XM_032924090.1
PREDICTED: Daphnia magna copper-transporting ATPase 1-like... 30.2 30.2 100% 429 100.00 XM_032924089.1
Brevibacterium luteolum strain NEB1784 chromosome, complete... 30.2 30.2 100% 429 100.00 CP035810.1
Hydrogenophaga sp. BA0156 chromosome, complete genome 30.2 60.5 100% 429 100.00 CP049989.1
Phycicoccus sp. HDW14 chromosome, complete genome 30.2 151 100% 429 100.00 CP049935.1
Sanguibacter sp. HDW7 chromosome, complete genome 30.2 30.2 100% 429 100.00 CP049862.1
Propioniciclava sp. HDW11 chromosome, complete genome 30.2 30.2 100% 429 100.00 CP049865.1
Apiotrichum mycotoxinivorans strain GMU1709 chromosome IV 30.2 30.2 100% 429 100.00 CP049824.1
Ralstonia solanacearum strain 202 chromosome, complete genome 30.2 60.5 100% 429 100.00 CP049789.1
Ralstonia solanacearum strain 203 chromosome, complete genome 30.2 60.5 100% 429 100.00 CP049791.1
Ralstonia solanacearum strain B2 chromosome, complete genome 30.2 30.2 100% 429 100.00 CP049787.1
Ralstonia solanacearum strain 204 chromosome, complete genome 30.2 60.5 100% 429 100.00 CP049793.1
Coregonus sp. 'balchen' genome assembly, chromosome: 3 30.2 30.2 100% 429 100.00 LR778255.1
Pseudenhygromyxa sp. WMMC2535 chromosome 30.2 30.2 100% 429 100.00 CP049288.1
Mameliella alba KU6B DNA, complete genome 30.2 30.2 100% 429 100.00 AP022337.1
Bradyrhizobium sp. 6(2017) strain 1S3 chromosome, complete genome 30.2 30.2 100% 429 100.00 CP049289.1
Nocardioides sp. R-3366 chromosome, complete genome 30.2 60.5 100% 429 100.00 CP049257.1
Pseudomonas monteilii strain 170620603RE chromosome, complete... 30.2 30.2 100% 429 100.00 CP043396.1
Pseudomonas monteilii strain 170918607 chromosome, complete... 30.2 30.2 100% 429 100.00 CP043395.1
Caulobacter sp. Ji-3-8 chromosome 30.2 60.5 100% 429 100.00 CP049199.1
Fluviibacterium aquatile strain SC52 plasmid pSC52_4, complete... 30.2 30.2 100% 429 100.00 CP049032.1
PREDICTED: Phocoena sinus IQ motif and Sec7 domain ArfGEF 3... 30.2 30.2 100% 429 100.00 XM_032645704.1
PREDICTED: Phocoena sinus IQ motif and Sec7 domain ArfGEF 3... 30.2 30.2 100% 429 100.00 XM_032645703.1
PREDICTED: Phocoena sinus IQ motif and Sec7 domain ArfGEF 3... 30.2 30.2 100% 429 100.00 XM_032645702.1
Streptomyces albus strain CAS922 chromosome, complete genome 30.2 30.2 100% 429 100.00 CP048875.1
Caulobacter rhizosphaerae strain KCTC 52515 chromosome, comple... 30.2 30.2 100% 429 100.00 CP048815.1
Pseudomonas otitidis MrB4 DNA, complete genome 30.2 30.2 100% 429 100.00 AP022642.1
Haloferax alexandrinus strain wsp1 chromosome, complete genome 30.2 90.7 100% 429 100.00 CP048738.1
Thermaerobacter sp. PB12/4term chromosome, complete genome 30.2 30.2 100% 429 100.00 CP048407.1
Streptomyces sp. S4.7 chromosome, complete genome 30.2 30.2 100% 429 100.00 CP048397.1
Deinococcus radiodurans strain BNK-50 chromosome 1, complete... 30.2 30.2 100% 429 100.00 CP050116.1
Bradyrhizobium symbiodeficiens strain 141S2 chromosome, comple... 30.2 30.2 100% 429 100.00 CP050065.1
Burkholderia thailandensis strain BPM chromosome 2, complete... 30.2 30.2 100% 429 100.00 CP050021.1
Caballeronia sp. SBC1 chromosome, complete genome 30.2 30.2 100% 429 100.00 CP049156.1
[Also attached in the blue colored way they appear at BLAST]
Additional sequences to consider are:
1) The current one is: https://www.researchgate.net/post/COVID-19_CCTCGGCGGGCACGT_PRRAR_AA_Furin_cleavage_site_at_23603-23617_of_the_MN908947_Genbank_Genome_Matches_Mostly_Bacteria_COVID-19_in_BLAST
Consider solving the nonlinear Schrödinger equation (NLSE) with 2D transverse dimensions. Or more simply, consider the beam propagation method (BPM).
We know that the original formulations of Feit&Fleck relied on the FFT to compute the derivatives.
In the 90s, many works about finite differences (FD) were proposed. The advantage is that the grid is more flexible and the boundary conditions are better understood and controllable (PML, TBC...). Prof. Fibich in his book suggests FD is a better approach to tackle collapses.
With the advent of GPU, FFTs with lots of points seem to be almost costless. Do you think it is not worth anymore to study finite differences? What about non-paraxial propagators?
Thank you for your suggestions.
I am attempting to implement 3D finite difference (FD) beam propagation method (BPM) based on alternate-direction implicit (ADI) method.
Does anybody know about how to implement or the formulation of transparent boundary condition (TBC) in 3D FD-BPM based on two step ADI method?
Any suggestions or advice would be appreciated,
Hi, I want to know which software is useful for simulating mode field at output and l want to show field deformation causes of bending.
I plan to undertake inferential study by sampling with the following procedure. Since I want to test the performance effects of BPM, I selected an industry as the study unit. From this industry I purposefully selected the companies with a longer stay in the sector. From these selected companies, I chose to select employees which are senior or at managerial positions. Then from these employees I randomly selected the sample and want to continue the survey. Is these procedure appropriate?
Hello everyone. I'm trying to simulate my model(about beam position monitor) but the error appeared. it said the discrete port is inside the perfect conducting material. So i checked the locations many time and it's not inside the perfect conducting material. Can anyone help me with this ?
Thank you very much.
Since Biological Parametric Mapping (BPM) is no more supported, I would like to find another tool to combine several brain images acquired for each subjects or different groups.
I saw fusion ICA but it is not convenient for my data....
any other idea ?
When conducting a LCA study, is there any kind of regulatory office that ascertains the validation of such studies? I'm focused on the automotive industry.
Thank you for your help.
Can someone help me by providing a number of studies that included a questionnaire about business performance management (BPM) ? thanks
I conducted an experiment which involved collecting Photoplethysmogram (PPG) data of participants with sampling rate of 128 Hz. After removing artifacts and noises, I converted PPG to heart rate (BPM). This study is related to capturing PPG from healthy participants in a flexible experiment setting when they were walking in streets.
First of all, is it possible for heart rate based on BPM (which by definition looks like it should be calculated based on the number of beats per minute) to show values of BPM for 128 data points per second? In other words, is it right to convert PPG to HR, point by point?
Second, assuming that I did everything correct up to this point, can I calculate sample entropy for this data set (with the resolution of 128 Hz)? I saw in the literature that sample entropy is usable on Heart Rates based on BPM, but I'm not sure If I can use it right now or not because, I'm seeing some strange and extreme numbers like 34 in some instances of my data set for BPM. Of course, these strange numbers are not for a whole minute and they are present for less than a second.
Any kind of help would be greatly appreciated.
After an extensive search in the documentation and many failed attempts: jBPM6 does not seem to support it, although jBPM 5 HAD a human task service that could be called remotely.
I also checked Camunda BPM and Activiti.
I am seeking experts advise on the survey questionnaire designed to assess the level of BPM lifecycles implementation in the UAE Construction sector as part of my research.
Aerobic capacity of an individual differs from person to person. An endurance runner who performed TMT (Age: 39 yrs; 4th stage of Bruce Protocol for 12:00 min:s; 13.30 METS, HR rest = 54 bpm; rose to a HR max = 171 bpm which is 94 % of the maximal age predicted heart rate), but the test was stopped due to safety of the athletes. How do we calculate his maximal aerobic capacity from sub-maximal exercise?
If we look at the relationship between cardiac output and heart rate, we see that without the influence of the autonomic nervous system the CO would decrease at higher frequencies due to a respectively shorter diastole and insufficient atrial filling, but positive initropy and chronotropy mostly go hand in hand without one having to be sacrificed thanks to the sympathetic nervous system, such as during exercise, orthostasis or a fight or flight response. I'm wondering if a HR increase without sympathetic activation is physiologically or pathologically possible, and if yes does it make sense (at higher frequencies this would mean a decrease in CO)?
I ran into the information that mild exercise can stimulate a decrease in vagal tone, allowing heart rate to increase without SNS activation. At lower frequencies (< ~80 bpm) a HR increase causes a linear CO increase, so it makes sense for this to happen during mild activity. But I ran into this without a paper/author reference or a source. Does a decrease in vagal tone without SNS activation really occur?
We're working on the verification of business process behavior and it would be useful to have a benchmark (a set of business process models with known behavioral properties, e.g.: deadlocks) to evaluate the proposal.
I am working on a white paper for buried chilled pipelines in discontinuous permafrost. Topics that are covered are frost bulb, thermokarst, slope instability, thaw settlement, subsidence, permafrost disturbance in right-a-way, reclamation, and revegetation strategies. In addition, lessons learned and BPM for trenching methodologies. I appreciate any assistance!
Big Data and Analytics are focused on transforming big quantities of data into usable information. I believe this information will only have value in the context of an appropriate adjustment of related business processes since that is the only way of moving the information into action. Thoughts? How do you organize the connection? What dos that mean for BPM?
For my research I am looking for a set of business processes to conduct my experiments. I've spent a long time looking and I can't seem to find any source. Of course there is the Signavio academic initiative, but the processes are not quite usable if you need to be able to analyze them semantically (ex.: task named A, B, C,...). I was wondering how you conduct your BPM related experiments?
Social Media become more and more important on the enterprise level. Companies use e.g. LinkedIn to support hiring processes or Facebook to support marketing. Do you have good examples for the use of Social Media enabling innovative business processes? This includes the use of "in-house" social media technologies.
More and more organizations think of procuring their information technology through "the cloud". Hence, what remains in the organization are just the business processes supported through those could based applications. What impact does that have on business process management (BPM)?
Many organization struggle with inefficiencies and missing agility due to high variation of processes, e.g. the same maintenance service is carried out differently in different country subsidiaries. In order to overcome this it is necessary to measure the existing degree of standardization and define the target value.
But what's the best way to measuring standardization?
More and more organizations, especially in highly regulated industries like Finance or Life Sciences, build specialized management disciplines in order to achieve compliance with legal regulations and maintain it. What does that mean for an organization? How do they address that topic? What is the "process of compliance management"?
The business environment is changing continuously: new clients and markets, new legal regulations, new technology developments, etc. Which attributes does a company in the future has to have in order to be successful in this environment?
I'm currently using Beam Propagation Method (BPM) to run some EM propagation simulation in waveguides. I was looking at this article : Van Roey et al. - J Opt. Soc. Am. 71 (7), 803 (1981). There are some conditions of applicability of BPM method that imply the selection of particular meshing steps based on the "highest spatial frequency component of the refractive index profile". How can this component be determined for an arbitrary refractive index profile?
It is not clear to me how to distinguish them. e.g. When should I talk about a workflow model vs. a process model?