Model-Based Compliance in Information Systems - Foundations, Case Description and Data Set of the MobIS-Challenge for Students and Doctoral Candidates

Constantin Houy, Jana-Rebecca Rehse, Martin Scheid, Peter Fettke

In: Tagungsband der Internationalen Tagung Wirtschaftsinformatik 2019. Human Practice. Digital Ecologies. Our Future. Internationale Tagung Wirtschaftsinformatik (WI-2019) February 24-27 Siegen Germany Pages 2026-2039 Universität Siegen Siegen 2/2019.


Information systems (IS) can significantly support the organization of business processes. However, the proceeding digitalization of processes can also lead to an increasing organizational complexity and the need to more intensely investigate the adherence to external or internal compliance rules. Process-related data from IS and underlying process models can, however, also contribute to an effective compliance checking. This paper first presents conceptual foundations of model-based compliance checking that motivated the MobIS-Challenge workshop for students and doctoral candidates at WI 2019. Second, we introduce the challenge itself and its corresponding data set. The data describes an exemplary travel management process in a medium-sized consulting company and served for the development and validation of adequate solutions addressing the compliance checking requirements. Solutions accepted for presentation at the workshop are briefly outlined in this paper.


German Research Center for Artificial Intelligence
Deutsches Forschungszentrum für Künstliche Intelligenz