2023 - Research.com Computer Science in Germany Leader Award
2023 - Research.com Business and Management in Germany Leader Award
2022 - Research.com Business and Management in Germany Leader Award
2018 - Fellow of the Association for Information Systems (AIS)
His work in Syntax addresses subjects such as Natural language processing, which are connected to disciplines such as Rule-based machine translation. Jan C. Recker performs multidisciplinary study in Rule-based machine translation and Natural language processing in his work. Much of his study explores Mathematical analysis relationship to Completeness (order theory) and Domain (mathematical analysis). Domain (mathematical analysis) and Mathematical analysis are two areas of study in which Jan C. Recker engages in interdisciplinary research. The Management information systems portion of his research involves studies in Soft systems methodology, Strategic information system and Information systems security. His Management information systems research extends to Information systems security, which is thematically connected. Jan C. Recker integrates many fields in his works, including Process (computing) and Operating system. Jan C. Recker incorporates Operating system and Process (computing) in his studies. His study brings together the fields of Business process modeling and Work in process.
In his works, Jan C. Recker undertakes multidisciplinary study on Process (computing) and Operating system. He performs integrative study on Operating system and Process (computing) in his works. He performs multidisciplinary study in the fields of Programming language and Software engineering via his papers. Jan C. Recker undertakes multidisciplinary studies into Software engineering and Programming language in his work. His work in Work in process is not limited to one particular discipline; it also encompasses Business Process Model and Notation. Jan C. Recker undertakes multidisciplinary investigations into Business Process Model and Notation and Process modeling in his work. Jan C. Recker regularly links together related areas like Work in process in his Process modeling studies. He conducts interdisciplinary study in the fields of Process management and Business process management through his works. Jan C. Recker connects Business process management with Process management in his research.
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How Much Language Is Enough? Theoretical and Practical Use of the Business Process Modeling Notation
Michael Zur Muehlen;Jan Recker.
Blockchains for Business Process Management - Challenges and Opportunities
Jan Mendling;Ingo Weber;Wil Van Der Aalst;Jan Vom Brocke.
Scientific Research in Information Systems: A Beginner's Guide
Business process modeling - a comparative analysis
Jan C. Recker;Michael Rosemann;Marta Indulska;Peter Green.
Sensemaking and sustainable practicing: functional affordances of information systems in green transformations
Stefan Seidel;Jan Recker;Jan Vom Brocke.
Opportunities and constraints: the current struggle with BPMN
Jan C. Recker.
Ten principles of good business process management
Jan vom Brocke;Theresa Schmiedel;Jan C. Recker;Peter Trkman.
Activity labeling in process modeling: Empirical insights and recommendations
J. Mendling;H. A. Reijers;J. Recker.
Contextualisation of business processes
Michael Rosemann;Jan C. Recker;Christian Flender.
Business Process Modeling: Current Issues and Future Challenges
Marta Indulska;Jan Recker;Michael Rosemann;Peter Green.
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