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Davies, I., Green, P. F., Milton, S. and Rosemann, M. (2005). Analyzing and comparing ontologies with meta-models. In J. Krogstie, T. Halpin and K. Siau (Ed.), Information Modeling Methods and Methodologies (pp. 1-16) Hershey, PA, USA: Idea Group. 82  
Rosemann, M., Green, P. F. and Indulska, M. K. (2005). A procedural model for ontological analyses. In: S. Gregor and D. Hart, Information Systems Foundations: Constructing and Criticising. Information Systems Foundations: Constructing and Criticising Workshop, Canberra, (153-163). 16-17 July, 2004. 68  
Rosemann, M., Green, P. F. and Indulska, M. K. (2004). A reference methodology for conducting ontological analyses. In: P. Atzeni, Conceptual Modeling - ER 2004. 23rd International Conference on Conceptual Modeling Proceedings, Shanghai, China, (110-121). 8-12 November, 2004. doi:10.1007/b101693 100 308 13 0
Rosemann, M., Recker, J., Indulska, M. K. and Green, P. F. (2006). A study of the evolution of the representational capabilities of process modeling grammars. In: E. Dubois and K. Pohl, Advanced Information Systems Engineering. CAiSE - 18th International Conference on Advanced Information Systems Engineering, Luxembourg, (447-461). 5-9 June, 2006. 132 4 27 Cited 20 times in Scopus20
Davies, I., Green, P. F. and Rosemann, M. (2002). Facilitating an ontological foundation of information systems with meta models. In: A. Wenn, M. McGrath and F. Burstein, Enabling Organisations and Society Through Information Systems: Proceedings of the Thirteenth Australasian Conference on Information Systems. Australasian Conference on Information Systems, Melbourne, (937-947). 4-6 December, 2002. 44  
Davies, I., Green, P., Rosemann, M., Indulska, M. and Gallo, S. (2006) How do practitioners use conceptual modeling in practice?. Data & Knowledge Engineering, 58 3: 358-380. doi:10.1016/j.datak.2005.07.007 152 5 100 Cited 183 times in Scopus183 0
Recker, J., Indulska, M. K., Rosemann, M. and Green, P. F. (2006). How good is BPMN really? Insights from theory and practice. In: J. Ljungberg and M. Anderson, Proceedings of the 14th European Conference on Information Systems. European Conference on Information Systems, Göteborg, Sweden, (1-12). 12-14 June 2006. 201 3
Green, P. F., Rosemann, M., Indulska, M. K. and Recker, J. (2006). Improving representational analysis: An example from the enterprise systems interoperability domain. In: S. Spencer and A. Jenkins, Proceedings of the 17th Australasian Conference on Information Systems. Australasian Conference on Information Systems (ACIS), Adelaide, (2-11). 6-8 December 2006. 92  
Green, P. F. and Rosemann, M. (2005). Ontological analysis of business systems analysis techniques: Experiences and proposals for an enhanced methodology. In P. Green and M. Rosemann (Ed.), Business Systems Analysis with Ontologies (pp. 1-27) Hershey, USA: Idea Group Publishing. 107 2
Green, P. F. and Rosemann, M. (2001) Ontological analysis of integrated process models: Testing hypotheses. The Australian Journal of Information Systems, 9 1: 30-38. 47  
Green, P. F. and Rosemann, M. (2002). Perceived ontological weaknesses of process modelling techniques: Further evidence. In: S. Wrycza, Information Systems and the Future of the Digital Economy: Proceedings of the Xth European Conference on Information Systems. ECIS 2002, Gdansk, Poland, (312-320). 6-8 June, 2002. 79  
Rosemann, M., Green, P. F. and Indulska, M. K. (2004). Towards an enhanced methodology for ontological analyses. In: J. Grabis, A. Persson and J. Stirna, Forum proceedings of the 16th International Conference on Advanced Information Systems Engineering 2004 (CAiSE 2004). The 16th International Conference on Advanced Information Systems Engineering, Riga, Latvia, (112-121). 7-11 June 2004. 76 228
Rosemann, M. and Green, P. F. (2002). Usefulness of the BWW ontological models as a 'core' theory of information systems. In: S.D. Gregor and D.N. Hart, Information Systems Foundations: Building the Theoretical Base. Information Systems Foundations: Building the Theoretical Base Workshop, ANU, Canberra, (147-164). 1-2 October, 2002. 138  
Green, P. F., Indulska, M. K., Rosemann, M. and Weber, R. A. (2003). Will XML technologies and web services solve the interoperability problem?. In: F. Bodart, Utility, Usability and Complexity of e-information Systems: Proceedings of International Workshop on Utility, Usability and Complexity of Emergent IS. International Workshop on Utility, Usability and Complexity of Emergent IS, Namur, Belgium, (103-115). 8-9 December, 2003. 179