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Advanced Information Systems Engineering : 11th International Conference, Caise'99, Heidelberg, Germany, June 14-18, 1999, Proceedings - Matthias Jarke

Advanced Information Systems Engineering

11th International Conference, Caise'99, Heidelberg, Germany, June 14-18, 1999, Proceedings

By: Matthias Jarke (Editor), Andreas Oberweis (Editor)

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CAiSE*99 is the 11th in the series of International Conferences on Advanced Information Systems Engineering. The aim of the CAiSE series is to give - searchers and professionals from universities, research, industry, and public - ministrationthe opportunityto meetannuallytodiscussevolvingresearchissues and applications in the el d of information systems engineering; also to assist young researchersand doctoralstudents in establishing relationships with senior scientists in their areas of interest. StartingfromaScandinavianorigininthelate1980's, CAiSEhasevolvedinto atrulyinternationalconferencewithaworldwideauthorandattendancelist.The CAiSE*99 programlisted contributions from 19 countries, from four continents! These contributions, 27 full papers, 12 short research papers, six workshops, and four tutorials, were carefully selected from a total of 168 submissions by the international program committee. A special theme of CAiSE*99 was 'Component-based information systems engineering'. Component-based approaches mark the maturity of any engine- ing discipline. However, transferingthis idea to the complex anddiverse worldof information systems has proven more di cult than expected. Despite numerous proposals from object-oriented programming, design patterns and frameworks, customizable reference models and standard software, requirements engine- ing and business re-engineering, web-based systems, data reduction strategies, knowledge management, and modularized education, the question of how to make component-oriented approaches actually work in information systems - mains wide open.

The Unified Process for Component-Based Developmentp. 1
From Business Process Model to Application System - Developing an Information System with the House of Business Engineering (HOBE)p. 2
CPAM, A Protocol for Software Compositionp. 11
A Process-Oriented Approach to Software Component Definitionp. 26
Configuring Business Objects from Legacy Systemsp. 41
Risk Management for IT in the Largep. 57
Linking Business Modelling to Socio-technical System Designp. 73
Towards Flexible and High-Level Modeling and Enacting of Processesp. 88
Method Enhancement by Scenario Based Techniquesp. 103
Support for the Process Engineer: The Spearmint Approach to Software Process Definition and Process Guidancep. 119
Managing Componentware Development - Software Reuse and the V-Modell Processp. 134
Modelling Multidimensional Data in a Dataflow-Based Visual Data Analysis Environmentp. 149
Towards Quality-Oriented Data Warehouse Usage and Evolutionp. 164
Designing the Global Data Warehouse with SPJ Viewsp. 180
Applying Graph Reduction Techniques for Identifying Structural Conflicts in Process Modelsp. 195
A Multi-variant Approach to Software Process Modellingp. 210
An Ontological Analysis of Integrated Process Modellingp. 225
Design of Object Caching in a CORBA OTM Systemp. 241
Constructing IDL Views on Relational Databasesp. 255
The Design of Cooperative Transaction Model by Using Client-Server Architecturep. 269
A Multilevel Secure Workflow Management Systemp. 271
Time Constraints in Workflow Systemsp. 286
TOGA - A Customizable Service for Data-Centric Collaborationp. 301
A Practical Approach to Access Heterogeneous and Distributed Databasesp. 317
A Uniform Approach to Inter-model Transformationsp. 333
OTHY: Object To HYpermediap. 349
Modeling Dynamic Domains with ConGologp. 365
Towards an Object Petri Nets Model for Specifying and Validating Distributed Information Systemsp. 381
Relationship Reification: A Temporal Viewp. 396
Towards a Classification Framework for Application Granularity in Workflow Management Systemsp. 411
Adaptive Outsourcing in Cross-Organizational Workflowsp. 417
Policy-Based Resource Managementp. 422
Modelling Method Heuristics for Better Quality Productsp. 429
Queries and Constraints on Semi-structured Datap. 434
A Prototype for Metadata-Based Integration of Internet Sourcesp. 439
Workflow Management Through Distributed and Persistent CORBA Workflow Objectsp. 446
Component Criteria for Information System Familiesp. 451
TUML: A Method for Modelling Temporal Information Systemsp. 456
Beyond Goal Representation: Checking Goal-Satisfaction by Temporal Reasoning with Business Processesp. 462
Design the Flexibility, Maintain the Stability of Conceptual Schemasp. 467
Metrics for Active Database Maintainabilityp. 472
Author Indexp. 477
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ISBN: 9783540661573
ISBN-10: 3540661573
Series: Lecture Notes in Computer Science
Audience: General
Format: Paperback
Language: English
Number Of Pages: 486
Published: 9th June 1999
Publisher: Springer-Verlag Berlin and Heidelberg Gmbh & Co. Kg
Country of Publication: DE
Dimensions (cm): 23.39 x 15.6  x 2.57
Weight (kg): 0.69