Steven Mertens
Steven Mertens
Postdoctoral researcher - VLAIO Innovation Mandate, Ghent University
Verified email at ugent.be
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Enhancing declarative process models with DMN decision logic
S Mertens, F Gailly, G Poels
International Conference on Enterprise, Business-Process and Information …, 2015
292015
Towards a decision-aware declarative process modeling language for knowledge-intensive processes
S Mertens, F Gailly, G Poels
Expert Systems with Applications 87, 316-334, 2017
132017
Evaluating and improving the visualisation of CHOOSE, an enterprise architecture approach for SMEs
S Boone, M Bernaert, B Roelens, S Mertens, G Poels
IFIP Working Conference on The Practice of Enterprise Modeling, 87-102, 2014
112014
Supporting and assisting the execution of flexible healthcare processes
S Mertens, F Gailly, G Poels
Pervasive Computing Technologies for Healthcare (PervasiveHealth), 2015 9th …, 2015
92015
Generating Business Process Recommendations with a Population-Based Meta-Heuristic
S Mertens, F Gailly, G Poels
International Conference on Business Process Management Workshops, 516-528, 2014
32014
Discovering health-care processes using DeciClareMiner
S Mertens, F Gailly, G Poels
Health Systems 7 (3), 195-211, 2018
12018
Supporting and Assisting the Execution of Knowledge-intensive Processes
S Mertens
Doctoral Consortium at the 27th International Conference on Advanced …, 2015
12015
Comparing strategies to generate experience-based clinical process recommendations that leverage similarity to historic data
S Mertens, F Gailly, D Van Sassenbroeck, G Poels
2019 IEEE International Conference on Healthcare Informatics (ICHI), 1-11, 2019
2019
A Generic Framework for Flexible and Data-Aware Business Process Engines
S Mertens, F Gailly, G Poels
International Conference on Advanced Information Systems Engineering, 201-213, 2019
2019
Enabling Process Management for Loosely Framed Knowledge-intensive Processes
S Mertens
Ghent University, 2019
2019
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