Publications by Type: Book Chapter

Vithanage M, Mahatantila K, Chandrajith R, Weerasooriya R. Natural red earth: an effective sorbent for arsenic removal from Sri Lanka. In: Natural Arsenic in Ground Waters of Latin America (Arsenic in the environment). CRC press; 2009.
Jayaweera PM. Chapter 4Value and Intention Based Information Systems Engineering. In: Information Systems Engineering: From Data Analysis to Process Networks. 1st ed. IGI Publishing; 2008. pp. 66-96. Publisher's VersionAbstract
In order to cope with increasingly complex business and IT environments, organisations need effective instruments for managing their knowledge about these environments. Essential among these instruments are models, i.e. representations of aspects of reality including the domain of work, the processes, and their context. Models come in a variety of forms, formal or informal; describing static or dynamic aspects; representing agents, data, goals, processes, or resources; focusing on business or IT aspects. A major question is how to organise and relate the different models that are needed for representing and visualising enterprises and their environments, and this issue has been addressed within the area of enterprise architecture. In this chapter, we propose a light-weight enterprise architecture framework based on linguistic theories and organizational metaphors. The concepts and entities of an organization are categorized into three groups concerning resources and resource exchanges, contracts and commitments, and authorities and roles. The activities and processes in organizations are divided into three levels based on how they affect physical, communicative and social aspects of organizations.
Shahzad K, Andersson B, Bergholtz M, Edirisuriya A, Ilayperuma T, Jayaweera P, Johannesson P. Elicitation of requirements for a business process model repository. In: Business Process Management Workshops. Springer Berlin Heidelberg; 2008. pp. 44–55.
de Silva CW, Nanayakkara T, Piyathilaka L, Subasinghe A. Mechatronics in Landmine Detection and Removal. In: Mechatronic Systems: Devices, Design, Control, Operation and Monitoring. CRC Press; 2007. pp. 28–1.
Gunawardana KD. Potential Challenges of ICT Implementations in Sri Lanka. In: Information and Communication Technologies for Economic and Regional Developments. IGI Global; 2007. pp. 259–281.
Gunawardana KD. Potential Challenges of ICT Implementations in Sri Lanka. In: Information and Communication Technologies for Economic and Regional Developments. ; 2007. pp. 259-281. Publisher's VersionAbstract
This chapter offers a state-of-the-art review of the implementation of ICTs strategies in a developing country with special reference to Sri Lanka as a case study. This chapter is based on primary and secondary sources (books, articles, Web sites, white papers, and grey literature). It also brings in a small number of empirical studies that serve to illustrate the practical use of the ICT to support arguments. Traditionally, access to ICTs and information has not been viewed as basic a need. However, if needs are interpreted as being dynamic and changing over time and culture (Max-Neef, 1986), access to information and knowledge could be treated as a basic need. Information and knowledge have become increasingly important in the contemporary globalized economy, as advancement in ICTs has enabled larger amounts of information to circulate at a much higher speed and at lower cost. This is partly due to the balance between knowledge and natural resources, but with regard to being the most important factor in determining the standard of living in a country, it is said to have shifted in favor of knowledge. This has led many authors to claim that the people are now living in an information society or a knowledge-based economy (Drucker, 1993). Nowadays, it is a country’s ability to assimilate, use, and diffuse knowledge that will essentially determine its chances of uplift in the new economy.  
Fernando PM. විමලප්‍රභා (2006), විදසන (2006), අභිස්තව (2006), නැණවිමල (2007), ධර්මරාජ (2007) , චරණ (2008) , මාගධී (2008), ශ්‍රද්ධාඤ්ජලි (2009), චර. In: ; 2006.Abstract
“සාපේක්ෂතාවාදය සහ බුදුදහම”, විමලප්‍රභා, ධර්ම ශාස්ත්‍රීය සංග්‍රහය (2006 මැයි), 59-62 සහ විදසන නදසර උවසර ලිපි සරණිය (2006 ජූනි), 101-107 “විද්‍යාව සහ බුදුදහම”, අභිස්තව ශාස්ත්‍රීය සංග්‍රහය (2006 අගෝස්තු), 122-128 “විද්‍යාත්මක චින්තනය තුලින් අනිත්‍ය”, නැණවිමල ශාස්ත්‍රීය සංග්‍රහය (2007), 383-395 “සැබෑ දැනුම තුලින් බුදුදහම සහ විද්‍යාව අවබෝධ කරගනිමු”, ධර්මරාජ ශාස්ත්‍රීය සංග්‍රහය (2007 ජූනි), 210-214 “බුදුදහම සහ සාපේක්ෂතාවාදය”, චරණ ශාස්ත්‍රීය සංග්‍රහය (2008 ජුලි), 161–169 “දැනුම, සාපේක්ෂතාවාදය සහ බුදුදහම”, මාගධී ශාස්ත්‍රීය සංග්‍රහය (2008 දෙසැම්බර්),196-205 “වර්තමාන තරුණ පරපුර විසින් සොයා යා යුතු විමලරත්න කුමාරගම”, ශ්‍රද්ධාඤ්ජලි ශාස්ත්‍රීය සංග්‍රහය (2009 මැයි), 100-113 “නව්‍ය නිර්මාණ කරණයේ තරු ලකුණ රත්න ශ්‍රී”, චරණ ශාස්ත්‍රීය සංග්‍රහය (2009), 263–273 “බුදුදහම විද්‍යාව ඉක්මවා යයි”, නමස්කාර, යෞවනයේ සඟරාව (2011 මාර්තු), 20-22
Risk and Uncertainty. In: Advance Economic Theory. Colombo: Stamford Lake Publication, Sri Lanka; 2005.
Bergholtz M, Jayaweera P, Johannesson P, Wohed P. Modelling institutional, communicative and physical domains in agent oriented information systems. In: Agent-Oriented Information Systems. Springer Berlin Heidelberg; 2004. pp. 189–205.
Bergholtz M, Jayaweera P, Johannesson P, Wohed P. A pattern and dependency based approach to the design of process models. In: Conceptual Modeling–ER 2004. Springer Berlin Heidelberg; 2004. pp. 724–739.
Bergholtz M, Jayaweera P, Johannesson P, Wohed P. Reconciling Physical, Communicative, and Social/Institutional Domains in Agent Oriented Information Systems–A Unified Framework. In: Conceptual Modeling for Novel Application Domains. Springer Berlin Heidelberg; 2003. pp. 180–194.
Bergholtz M, Jayaweera P, Johannesson P, Wohed P. Process models and business models–a unified framework. In: Advanced Conceptual Modeling Techniques. Springer Berlin Heidelberg; 2002. pp. 364–377.
Jayaweera P, Johannesson P, Wohed P. Process patterns to generate e-commerce systems. In: Conceptual Modeling for New Information Systems Technologies. Springer Berlin Heidelberg; 2001. pp. 417–431.