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There are 87 references in this bibliography folder.

Fux, A, Peleg, M, Soffer, P, Quaglini, S, and Gabetta, M (2012).
Eliciting Knowledge for an Ontology for Personalizing Medical Decision-Making
In: International Congress on Personalized Medicine, Florence, Italy.

Lenz, R, Peleg, M, and Reichert, M (2012).
Healthcare Process Support: Achievements, Challenges, Current Research
International Journal of KnowledgeBased Organizations IJKBO.

Aalst, WVD, Adriansyah, A, Karla, A, Medeiros, AD, Arcieri, F, Blickle, T, Bose, JC, Brand, PVD, Brandtjen, R, Burattin, A, Carmona, J, Castellanos, M, Claes, J, Cook, J, Curbera, F, Damiani, E, Delias, P, Dongen, BV, Dustdar, S, Fahland, D, Ferreira, D, Gaaloul, W, Geffen, FV, Goel, S, Christian, G, Guzzo, A, Harmon, P, Hofstede, A, Ingvaldsen, JE, Kato, K, Kuhn, R, Kumar, A, Leoni, MD, Maggi, F, Malerba, D, Mans, R, Manuel, A, Mccreesh, M, Mello, P, Mendling, J, Montali, M, Nezhad, HM, Muehlen, M, Mu, J, Pontieri, L, Ribeiro, J, Rosa, ML, Rozinat, A, P, HS, Seguel, R, Sep, M, Sinur, J, Soffer, P, Song, M, Sperduti, A, Stoel, C, Swenson, K, Talamo, M, Tan, W, Turner, C, Vanthienen, J, Varvaressos, G, Verbeek, E, Verdonk, M, Vigo, R, Wang, J, Weber, B, Weidlich, M, Weijters, T, Wen, L, Westergaard, M, and Wynn, M (2011).
Process Mining Manifesto
Business, 99(1):1–15.

Beimel, D and Peleg, M (2011).
Using OWL and SWRL to represent and reason with situation-based access control policies
Data & Knowledge Engineering, 70(6):596-615.

Grando, MA, Peleg, M, Cuggia, M, and Glasspool, D (2011).
Patterns for collaborative work in health care teams.
Artificial Intelligence in Medicine, 53(3):139 – 160.

Peleg, M, Lavrac, N, and Combi, C (2011).
Front Matter - Artificial Intelligence in Medicine AIME 2011
Miscellaneous publication.

Peleg, M, Tu, SW, Leonardi, G, Quaglini, S, Russo, P, Palladini, G, and Merlini, G (2011).
Reasoning with Effects of Clinical Guideline Actions using OWL: AL amyloidosis as a Case Study
In: Artificial Intelligence in Medicine, pp. 95–108.

Soffer, P and Kaner, M (2011).
Complementing Business Process Verification by Validity Analysis : A theoretical and Empirical Evaluation
Journal of Database Management, 22(3):1–23.

Tu, SW, Peleg, M, Carini, S, Bobak, M, Ross, J, Rubin, D, and Sim, I (2011).
A practical method for transforming free-text eligibility criteria into computable criteria.
Journal of Biomedical Informatics, 44(2):239–250.

Aalst, W, Mylopoulos, J, Rosemann, M, Shaw, MJ, Szyperski, C, Halpin, T, Krogstie, J, Nurcan, S, Proper, E, Schmidt, R, Soffer, P, Ukor, R, and Nossum, A (2010).
Enterprise, Business-Process and Information Systems Modeling
Springer Berlin Heidelberg, vol. 50. (ISBN: 9783642130502).

Beimel, D and Peleg, M (2010).
The Context and the SitBAC Models for Privacy Preservation — An Experimental Comparison of Model Comprehension and Synthesis
IEEE Transactions on Knowledge and Data Engineering, 22(10):1475-1488.

Denekamp, Y and Peleg, M (2010).
TiMeDDx - a multi-phase anchor-based diagnostic decision-support model.
Journal of Biomedical Informatics, 43(1):111–124.

Ghattas, J, Soffer, P, and Peleg, M (2010).
A formal model for process context learning
In: Business Process Management Workshops, pp. 140–157, Springer.

Grando, A, Peleg, M, and Glasspool, D (2010).
Goal-based design pattern for delegation of work in health care teams.
Studies In Health Technology And Informatics, 160(Pt 1):299–303.

Grando, A, Peleg, M, and Glasspool, D (2010).
A goal-oriented framework for specifying clinical guidelines and handling medical errors.
Journal of Biomedical Informatics, 43(2):287–299.

Kenzi, K, Soffer, P, and Hadar, I (2010).
THE ROLE OF DOMAIN KNOWLEDGE IN REQUIREMENTS ELICITATION : AN
Information Systems Journal.

Peleg, M (2010).
Sharable Appropriateness Criteria in GLIF3 Using Standards and the Knowledge-Data Ontology Mapper
In: Knowledge Representation for Health-Care. Data, Processes and Guidelines, ed. by Riaño, David and Teije, Annette and Miksch, Silvia and Peleg, Mor, vol. 5943, pp. 64-75, Springer Berlin Heidelberg. Lecture Notes in Computer Science. (ISBN: 978-3-642-11807-4).

Peleg, M and Garber, JR (2010).
Extending the GuideLine Implementability Appraisal (GLIA) instrument to identify problems in control flow
AMIA Annual Symposium proceedings AMIA Symposium AMIA Symposium, 2010:627–631.

Reinhartz-Berger, I, Soffer, P, and Sturm, A (2010).
Extending the Adaptability of Reference Models
IEEE Transactions on Systems Man and Cybernetics Part A Systems and Humans, 40(5):1045–1056.

Berger, IR, Soffer, P, and Sturm, A (2009).
Organisational reference models: supporting an adequate design of local business processes
International Journal of Business Process Integration and Management, 4(2):134.

John, TH, Krogstie, J, Nurcan, S, Proper, E, Rainer, S, and Soffer, P (2009).
Enterprise, Business Process and Information Systems Modelling
In: Enterprise Business Process and Information Systems Modelling, Springer (ISBN: 9780470511398).

Mezebovsky, D, Soffer, P, and Shimshoni, I (2009).
Pattern Mining in System Logs: Opportunities for Process Improvement
Springer Berlin Heidelberg, vol. 29.

Peleg, M and Tu, SW (2009).
Design patterns for clinical guidelines.
Artificial Intelligence in Medicine, 47(1):1–24.

Peleg, M, Asbeh, N, Kuflik, T, and Schertz, M (2009).
Onto-clust: a methodology for combining clustering analysis and ontological methods for identifying groups of comorbidities for developmental disorders.
Journal of Biomedical Informatics, 42(1):165–175.

Peleg, M, Shachak, A, Wang, D, and Karnieli, E (2009).
Using multi-perspective methodologies to study users' interactions with the prototype front end of a guideline-based decision support system for diabetic foot care.
International Journal of Medical Informatics, 78(7):482–493.

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