His primary scientific interests are in Workflow, Workflow management system, Workflow engine, Workflow technology and XPDL. His study in Workflow is interdisciplinary in nature, drawing from both Role-based access control, Access control and Software engineering. His research integrates issues of World Wide Web and Efficient XML Interchange in his study of Workflow management system.
The various areas that he examines in his Workflow engine study include Business process management and Knowledge management. The Business process management study combines topics in areas such as Process modeling, Business process discovery, Business process modeling, Business intelligence and Data science. His XPDL study is related to the wider topic of Business process.
His primary areas of study are Workflow, Process, Distributed computing, Business process and Knowledge management. In his work, Data science is strongly intertwined with World Wide Web, which is a subfield of Workflow. His Process research incorporates elements of Work in process, Correctness and Artificial intelligence.
Akhil Kumar focuses mostly in the field of Distributed computing, narrowing it down to matters related to Supply chain and, in some cases, Network topology and Web service. His primary area of study in Business process is in the field of Business process modeling. His Process modeling research is multidisciplinary, relying on both Business process management, Process mining, Data mining, Representation and Structure.
Akhil Kumar focuses on Process, Process management, Business process, Business process management and Process modeling. His biological study spans a wide range of topics, including Workflow optimization, Workflow, Correctness, Task and Artificial intelligence. His Workflow research is multidisciplinary, incorporating elements of Schedule, Real-time computing and Operations research.
His Process management study also includes
His primary areas of investigation include Business process, Process, Business process management, Theoretical computer science and Blockchain. His Business process research incorporates themes from Matching, Current and Goal orientation. Akhil Kumar combines subjects such as Correctness, Compliance, Natural language, Workflow and Operations research with his study of Process.
His Business process management research includes elements of Business logic and Library science. His Theoretical computer science study integrates concerns from other disciplines, such as Similarity, Process and Computation. His Blockchain research integrates issues from Software engineering and Data management.
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Process Mining Manifesto
Wil van der Aalst;Wil van der Aalst;Arya Adriansyah;Ana Karla Alves de Medeiros;Franco Arcieri.
business process management (2012)
XML-Based Schema Definition for Support of Interorganizational Workflow
W. M. P. van der Aalst;Akhil Kumar.
Information Systems Research (2003)
Hierarchical quorum consensus: a new algorithm for managing replicated data
IEEE Transactions on Computers (1991)
Research Commentary: Workflow Management Issues in e-Business
Amit Basu;Akhil Kumar.
Information Systems Research (2002)
Analyzing the Resilience of Complex Supply Network Topologies Against Random and Targeted Disruptions
Kang Zhao;A Kumar;T P Harrison;J Yen.
IEEE Systems Journal (2011)
A dynamic warehouse for XML Data of the Web.
Vassilis Christophides;Richard Hull;Akhil Kumar;Jérôme Siméon.
IEEE Data(base) Engineering Bulletin (2001)
W-RBAC — A Workflow Security Model Incorporating Controlled Overriding of Constraints
Jacques Wainer;Paulo Barthelmess;Akhil Kumar.
International Journal of Cooperative Information Systems (2003)
An analysis and taxonomy of unstructured workflows
Rong Liu;Akhil Kumar.
business process management (2005)
A reference model for team-enabled workflow management systems
W. M. P. van der Aalst;A. Kumar.
data and knowledge engineering (2001)
Dynamic Work Distribution in Workflow Management Systems: How to Balance Quality and Performance
Akhil Kumar;Wil M. P. Van Der Aalst;Eric M. W. Verbeek.
Journal of Management Information Systems (2002)
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