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During object-relational database physical structure design, problems are caused by three factors: ambiguity of transformations of conceptual model, multiplicity of quality assessment criteria, and a lack of constructive model. In the present study a constructive hierarchical model of physical database structure has been developed. Implementations are used in XML, SQL and Java languages. Multi-criterial structure optimisation method has also been developed. Structure variation space is generated using transformation rule database. Prototype has been implemented within the framework of the research.


The paper presents results of the comparative analysis of business process modelling tools for supporting automated compliance management in organisations. By compliance in the paper we mean compliance to legislation, regulations of municipalities, external regulatory requirements and also internal organisational policies. The goal of the research is (1) to identify main attributes of business process modelling tools relevant in compliance management, and (2) to use the identified attributes for analysis of the tools to better understand the scope of their capability to support compliance management. The attributes of the tools have been derived from the related research. The analysis of the tools has been performed by installing each tool and evaluating it against a set of the identified attributes. The obtained results are useful in choosing the tools for compliance management in general and for open source solutions to develop new compliance management tools in particular.