В статье представлены социологические подходы к анализу кризисов окружающей среды, вызванных природными, биологическими и техногенными факторами. Данные кризисы объединяют такие черты, как увеличивающаяся гибридность социальных и физических реалий.
Устойчивое развитие промышленных предприятий понимается как наращивание их стратегического потенциала. Кризисы неизбежны, но они не должны разрушать стратегический промышленный потенциал. Устойчивое развитие предполагает проведение реиндустриализации и рассматривается как основа для экономической безопасности страны. Механизмы обеспечения экономической безопасности являются неотъемлемой частью антикризисного управления.
Sustaining a competitive edge in today’s business world requires innovative approaches to product, service, and management systems design and performance. Advances in computing technologies have presented managers with additional challenges as well as further opportunities to enhance their business models.
Software Engineering for Enterprise System Agility: Emerging Research and Opportunities is a collection of innovative research that identifies the critical technological and management factors in ensuring the agility of business systems and investigates process improvement and optimization through software development. Featuring coverage on a broad range of topics such as business architecture, cloud computing, and agility patterns, this publication is ideally designed for business managers, business professionals, software developers, academicians, researchers, and upper-level students interested in current research on strategies for improving the flexibility and agility of businesses and their systems.
Modern companies continue investing more and more in the creation, maintenance and change of software systems, but the proper specification and design of such systems continues to be a challenge. The majority of current approaches either ignore real user and system runtime behavior or consider it only informally. This leads to a rather prescriptive top-down approach to software development. In this paper, we propose a bottom-up approach, which takes event logs (e.g., trace data) of a software system for the analysis of the user and system runtime behavior and for improving the software. We use well-established methods from the area of process mining for this analysis. Moreover, we suggest embedding process mining into the agile development lifecycle. The goal of this position paper is to motivate the need for foundational research in the area of software process mining (applying process mining to software analysis) by showing the relevance and listing open challenges. Our proposal is based on our experiences with analyzing a big productive touristic system. This system was developed using agile methods and process mining could be effectively integrated into the development lifecycle.
The International Conference on Software and Systems Process (ICSSP) 2014 was held in Nanjing, China, between May 26th and 28th, 2014.The main theme of ICSSP 2014 is “Processes for Emerging and Evolving Software Systems”, emphasizing and encouraging the research and experiences related to the emerging trends in software and systems engineering from a process perspective as well as the support of continuous changes and evolution in software systems. The accepted papers present completed research or advanced work-in-progress in all areas of software and systems process as well as domains outside the traditional software process community.