Stefan Zugal
Stefan Zugal
University of Innsbruck
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Declarative versus imperative process modeling languages: The issue of understandability
D Fahland, D Lübke, J Mendling, H Reijers, B Weber, M Weidlich, S Zugal
Enterprise, Business-Process and Information Systems Modeling, 353-366, 2009
1672009
Imperative versus Declarative Process Modeling Languages: An Empirical Investigation
P Pichler, B Weber, S Zugal, J Pinggera, J Mendling, HA Reijers
150*
The Computer-based Health Evaluation Software (CHES): a software for electronic patient-reported outcome monitoring
B Holzner, JM Giesinger, J Pinggera, S Zugal, F Schöpf, ...
BMC medical informatics and decision making 12 (1), 126, 2012
902012
Investigating the process of process modeling with cheetah experimental platform
J Pinggera, S Zugal, B Weber
Proc. ER-POIS 10, 13-18, 2010
882010
The impact of testcases on the maintainability of declarative process models
S Zugal, J Pinggera, B Weber
Enterprise, Business-Process and Information Systems Modeling, 163-177, 2011
702011
Tracing the Process of Process Modeling with Modeling Phase Diagrams
J Pinggera, S Zugal, M Weidlich, D Fahland, B Weber, J Mendling, ...
70*
Tying process model quality to the modeling process: the impact of structuring, movement, and speed
J Claes, I Vanderfeesten, HA Reijers, J Pinggera, M Weidlich, S Zugal, ...
International conference on business process management, 33-48, 2012
662012
Styles in business process modeling: an exploration and a model
J Pinggera, P Soffer, D Fahland, M Weidlich, S Zugal, B Weber, ...
Software & Systems Modeling 14 (3), 1055-1080, 2015
642015
The declarative approach to business process execution: An empirical test
B Weber, H Reijers, S Zugal, W Wild
Advanced Information Systems Engineering, 470-485, 2009
632009
Investigating expressiveness and understandability of hierarchy in declarative business process models
S Zugal, P Soffer, C Haisjackl, J Pinggera, M Reichert, B Weber
Software & Systems Modeling 14 (3), 1081-1103, 2015
602015
Generating event logs from non-process-aware systems enabling business process mining
R Perez-Castillo, B Weber, J Pinggera, S Zugal, IGR de Guzman, ...
Enterprise Information Systems 5 (3), 301-335, 2011
592011
Understanding declare models: strategies, pitfalls, empirical results
C Haisjackl, I Barba, S Zugal, P Soffer, I Hadar, M Reichert, J Pinggera, ...
Software & Systems Modeling 15 (2), 325-352, 2016
532016
Toward enhanced life‐cycle support for declarative processes
S Zugal, J Pinggera, B Weber
Journal of Software Maintenance and Evolution: Research and Practice, 2011
512011
Creating Declarative Process Models Using Test Driven Modeling Suite
S Zugal, J Pinggera, B Weber
51*
Declarative versus imperative process modeling languages: the issue of maintainability
D Fahland, J Mendling, HA Reijers, B Weber, M Weidlich, S Zugal
Business Process Management Workshops, 477-488, 2010
502010
Assessing the Impact of Hierarchy on Model Understandability—A Cognitive Perspective
S Zugal, J Pinggera, B Weber, J Mendling, HA Reijers
49*
Assessing Process Models with Cognitive Psychology
S Zugal, J Pinggera, B Weber
38*
Modeling styles in business process modeling
J Pinggera, P Soffer, S Zugal, B Weber, M Weidlich, D Fahland, ...
Enterprise, business-process and information systems modeling, 151-166, 2012
372012
Investigating the process of process modeling with eye movement analysis
J Pinggera, M Furtner, M Martini, P Sachse, K Reiter, S Zugal, B Weber
International Conference on Business Process Management, 438-450, 2012
362012
How the structuring of domain knowledge helps casual process modelers
J Pinggera, S Zugal, B Weber, D Fahland, M Weidlich, J Mendling, ...
Conceptual Modeling–ER 2010, 445-451, 2010
362010
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