Denmark, April 22-24
Over the last 20 years, the REA (Resources, Events and
Agents) model for accounting matured to a conceptual framework and ontology for
enterprise information architectures.
The goals of this workshop bring together researchers with
an interest in the realization of REA systems, to present and discuss the
current state of the ontology, the latest state of implementation technology for
REA and to identify key areas for further research.
workshop is organized with ample time for discussions and is open to anyone with
an interest in the implementation and formalization of the REA ontology. We
encourage you to focus on the ideas in progress which you would like to get
feedback from other workshop participants.
See call for papers
The workshop will be held 22-24 April 2004 in Skodsborg
Health Centre and Spa. The centre, used also by Danish Royal Family,
is located on the seaside north of Copenhagen, about 30 minutes by train from
Copenhagen centre and 45 minutes from Copenhagen International Airport.
The workshop fee will be at the level of 3.900 DKK, about 650 USD, and
includes two night accommodation from 22 to 24 April at the conference centre,
food, and access to the workshop.
Session 1, topic1
Session 2, topic 2
Dinner & Discussions
Session 3, topic 3
Where to go from here
Submitted position papers: (all papers in a
- Christian Stefansen (University of Copenhagen): Transforming the
Resources/Events/Agents Model into a Formal Process-Oriented Enterprise
- Jacob Winther Jespersen (IT University Copenhagen): Considering User
Interfaces to REA Systems (pdf)
- Jesper Kiehn (Microsoft Business Solutions): REA and System Dynamics
for SCM (pdf)
- Kasper Østerbye (IT University Copenhagen): Structured REA contracts
- Kåre J. Kristoffersen, Cristian Pedersen, Henrik Reif (IT University
Copenhagen): Checking temporal business rules (pdf).
Full paper (pdf).
- Mette Jaquet (IT University Copenhagen): The Nature of Economic Events
in the REA model (pdf)
- Pavel Hruby (Microsoft Business Solutions): REA
Modeling in Practice (pdf), Agents
and Roles (pdf)
- Signe Ellegård Borch (IT University Copenhagen): Typification in REA
- Thomas Jensen (Microsoft Business Solutions): REA and Supply Chain
- Yvonne Dittrich (IT University Copenhagen): How to Make Use of Rea (pdf)
- Guido Geerts and Bill McCarthy: Type-Level Specifications in REA
Enterprise Information Systems (pdf)
- Guido Geerts and Bill McCarthy: The REA Business Process State Machine (pdf)
- Cheryl Dunn: Exploring the Extent to Which Enterprise Systems Employ
REA and Transforming the Practice of Corporate Financial Reporting (pdf)
- Maria Bergholtz, Prasad Jayaweera, Paul Johannesson and Petia Wohed (Stockholm University and Royal Insititute of
Technology): Bringing Speech Acts into UMM (pdf).
Participating without position paper:
- Jean-Marc Eber (Lexify technologies),
- Ralph Johnson (University of Illinois),
- Jeff Wei (University of Illinois),
- Fritz Henglein (University of Copenhagen).
- Torben Andersen (Microsoft Business Solutions).