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Computer Science | Lecture Notes in Business Information Processing (LNBIP)

Lecture Notes in Business Information Processing (LNBIP)

A new and successful series of state-of-the-art results in areas related to business information systems and industrial application software development.



Abstracted/Indexed in ISI Proceedings, DBLP, EI and Scopus.

Rationale 

LNBIP
The number of conferences, workshops, and symposia in the area of business information systems and industrial application software development has been growing for years. Until recently, there was no publication forum to serve this community, which is fed from both academia and industry. LNBIP now complements the successful LNCS approach in these areas by offering an integrated publication platform for high-quality conferences, symposia, workshops, or similar events in these fields. LNBIP exploits the quick, reliable publishing infrastructure already in place for LNCS to achieve timely dissemination of the latest research results both in printed and electronic form.

Series Description 

LNBIP reports state-of-the-art results in areas related to business information systems and industrial application software development – timely, at a high level, and in both printed and electronic form.
The type of material published includes
  • Proceedings (published in time for the respective event)
  • Postproceedings (consisting of thoroughly revised and/or extended final papers)
  • Other edited monographs (such as, for example, project reports or invited volumes)
  • Tutorials (coherently integrated collections of lectures given at advanced courses, seminars, schools, etc.)
  • Award-winning or exceptional theses

Topics 

Typical targets in LNBIP are events in the following areas:
  • Business process modeling
  • Business information systems
  • B2B integration
  • COTS systems
  • Data archiving
  • Digital rights management
  • E-business applications
  • Enterprise applications
  • Migration of legacy systems
  • Patterns and component technologies
  • Web-based business models (e.g., e-contracting, e-negotiations)

Series Editors 

  • Wil van der Aalst, TU Eindhoven, The Netherlands
  • John Mylopoulos, U Trento, Italy
  • Michael Rosemann, Queensland University of Technology, Brisbane, QLD, Australia
  • Michael J. Shaw, U Illinois, Urbana-Champaign, IL, USA
  • Clemens Szyperski, Microsoft Research, Redmond, WA, USA
The series is headed by five well-known researchers covering the above-mentioned areas. They ensure the high scientific quality of all publications in the series by carefully examining all publication proposals.

Proposals 

Ralf Gerstner, the responsible Springer editor, is happy to receive your proposals and to discuss with you publication opportunities at any time.

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