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Conceptual Modeling -- Er 2003 : 22nd International Conference on Conceptual Modeling, Chicago, Il, Usa, October 13-16, 2003, Proceedings - II-Yeol Song

Conceptual Modeling -- Er 2003

22nd International Conference on Conceptual Modeling, Chicago, Il, Usa, October 13-16, 2003, Proceedings

By: II-Yeol Song (Editor), Stephen W. Liddle (Editor), Tok Wang Ling (Editor), Peter Scheuermann (Editor)

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The 22nd International Conference on Conceptual Modeling (ER 2003) returned to Chicago after an absence of 18 years. Chicago, a city well known for its trendsetting and daring architecture, has met the new century with a renewed commitment to open public spaces and human interaction. Thus it provided a ?tting venue for ER 2003, the scope of which was expanded to encompass all aspects of conceptual modeling in order to deal with constantly changing information technology and business practices and to accommodate a new openness in connecting systems to each other and to human users. The ER 2003 Program Co-chairs, Il-Yeol Song, Stephen Liddle, and Tok Wang Ling, along with an outstanding Program Committee assembled one of the ?nest technical programs of this conference series. In keeping with the tradition of previous ER conferences, the program for ER 2003 also included four preconference workshops, two preconference tutorials, two conference tutorials, two panels, and a demos and poster session. The Program Co-chairs, ยด as well as Manfred Jeusfeld and Oscar Pastor (Workshop Co-chairs), Ee-Peng Lim and Tobey Teorey (Tutorial Co-chairs), Avigdor Gal and Elisa Bertino (Panel Co-chairs), and Heinrich Mayr (Demos and Poster Chair), deserve our appreciation for an excellent job. It was a pleasure working with all of them.

Invited Talks
Semantic Web Application Modelingp. 1
Oh, so That Is What You Meant! The Interplay of Data Quality and Data Semanticsp. 3
Enterprise Information Integration - XML to the Rescue!p. 14
Workflow Using AUML and Agentsp. 15
Systems and Data Integration
Statistical Analysis as Methodological Framework for Data(base) Integrationp. 17
QoM: Qualitative and Quantitative Schema Match Measurep. 31
The Uni-level Description: A Uniform Framework for Representing Information in Multiple Data Modelsp. 45
Workflows, Patterns, and Ontologies
Temporal Conceptual Modelling of Workflowsp. 59
Towards a Logical Model for Patternsp. 77
Designing Foundational Ontologiesp. 91
Metamodeling and Methodology
An OPM-Based Metamodel of System Development Processp. 105
A Unified Approach for Software Policy Modeling: Incorporating Implementation into a Modeling Methodologyp. 118
Deriving Use Cases from Business Process Modelsp. 131
Views and XQuery Approaches
Order-Sensitive View Maintenance of Materialized XQuery Viewsp. 144
Automatic Generation of XQuery View Definitions from ORA-SS Viewsp. 158
Automaton Meets Query Algebra: Towards a Unified Model for XQuery Evaluation over XML Data Streamsp. 172
Querying Heterogeneous XML Sources through a Conceptual Schemap. 186
Web Application Modeling and Development
Analysis of Web Services Composition Languages: The Case of BPEL4WSp. 200
Extending Conceptual Models for Web Based Applicationsp. 216
Development of Web Applications from Web Enhanced Conceptual Schemasp. 232
Extending Hypertext Conceptual Models with Process-Oriented Primitivesp. 246
Requirements and Evolution
Requirement Engineering Meets Security: A Case Study on Modelling Secure Electronic Transactions by VISA and Mastercardp. 263
Goal-Based Business Modeling Oriented towards Late Requirements Generationp. 277
Strategy for Database Application Evolution: The DB-MAIN Approachp. 291
Data Warehousing and OLAP
A UML Based Approach for Modeling ETL Processes in Data Warehousesp. 307
A General Model for Online Analytical Processing of Complex Datap. 321
An Interpolated Volume Model for Databasesp. 335
Conceptual Modeling Foundations
Integrity Constraints Definition in Object-Oriented Conceptual Modeling Languagesp. 349
Conceptual Treatment of Multivalued Dependenciesp. 363
Entity Types Derived by Symbol-Generating Rulesp. 376
Data Mining
DAISY, an RER Model Based Interface for RDB to ILPp. 390
Context-Based Data Mining Using Ontologiesp. 405
Mining Typical Preferences of Collaborative User Groupsp. 419
Innovative Approaches to Conceptual Modeling
Conceptual Modeling of Concurrent Systems through Stepwise Abstraction and Refinement Using Petri Net Morphismsp. 433
Taxonomy-Based Conceptual Modeling for Peer-to-Peer Networksp. 446
EITH - A Unifying Representation for Database Schema and Application Code in Enterprise Knowledge Extractionp. 461
Queries
A Heuristic-Based Methodology for Semantic Augmentation of User Queries on the Webp. 476
On Analysing Query Ambiguity for Query Refinement: The Librarian Agent Approachp. 490
A Declarative XML-RL Update Languagep. 506
Schema and Ontology Integration
Resolving Structural Conflicts in the Integration of XML Schemas: A Semantic Approachp. 520
Operators and Classification for Data Mapping in Semantic Integrationp. 534
Querying and Integrating Ontologies Viewed as Conceptual Schemasp. 548
Industrial Abstracts
A Comparison of Frameworks for Enterprise Architecture Modelingp. 562
Bless the ODSp. 565
Modeling Reactive Behavior in ORMp. 567
Developing Complex Systems with Object-Process Methodology Using OPCATp. 570
Conceptual Data Models for Engineering Information Modeling and Formal Transformation of EER and EXPRESS-Gp. 573
AXIS: A XML Schema Integration Systemp. 576
Episode-Based Conceptual Mining of Large Health Collectionsp. 579
Author Indexp. 583
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ISBN: 9783540202998
ISBN-10: 3540202994
Series: Lecture Notes in Computer Science
Audience: General
Format: Paperback
Language: English
Number Of Pages: 586
Published: 29th September 2003
Publisher: SPRINGER VERLAG GMBH
Country of Publication: DE
Dimensions (cm): 23.39 x 15.6  x 3.15
Weight (kg): 0.84