Conceptual Modeling - ER 2006 25th International Conference on Conceptual Modeling, Tucson, AZ, USA, November 6-9, 2006, Proceedings

Conceptual modeling has long been recognized as the primary means to enable so- ware development in information systems and data engineering. Nowadays, conc- tual modeling has become fundamental to any domain in which organizations have to cope with complex, real-world systems. Conceptual modeling f...

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Other Authors: Embley, David W. (Editor), Olivé, Antoni (Editor), Ram, Sudha (Editor)
Format: eBook
Published: Berlin, Heidelberg Springer Berlin Heidelberg 2006, 2006
Edition:1st ed. 2006
Series:Information Systems and Applications, incl. Internet/Web, and HCI
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Collection: Springer eBooks 2005- - Collection details see MPG.ReNa
Table of Contents:
  • Keynote Papers
  • Suggested Research Directions for a New Frontier – Active Conceptual Modeling
  • From Conceptual Modeling to Requirements Engineering
  • Web Services
  • A Context Model for Semantic Mediation in Web Services Composition
  • Modeling Service Compatibility with Pi-calculus for Choreography
  • The DeltaGrid Abstract Execution Model: Service Composition and Process Interference Handling
  • Quality in Conceptual Modeling
  • Evaluating Quality of Conceptual Models Based on User Perceptions
  • Representation Theory Versus Workflow Patterns – The Case of BPMN
  • Use Case Modeling and Refinement: A Quality-Based Approach
  • Aspects of Conceptual Modeling
  • Ontology with Likeliness and Typicality of Objects in Concepts
  • In Defense of a Trope-Based Ontology for Conceptual Modeling: An Example with the Foundations of Attributes, Weak Entities and Datatypes
  • Explicitly Representing Superimposed Information in a Conceptual Model
  • Modeling Advanced Applications
  • Experimental Research on Conceptual Modeling: What Should We Be Doing and Why?
  • Eliciting Data Semantics Via Top-Down and Bottom-Up Approaches: Challenges and Opportunities
  • Industrial Track
  • The ADO.NET Entity Framework: Making the Conceptual Level Real
  • XMeta Repository and Services
  • IBM Industry Models: Experience, Management and Challenges
  • Community Semantics for Ultra-Scale Information Management
  • Managing Data in High Throughput Laboratories: An Experience Report from Proteomics
  • Policy Models for Data Sharing
  • Demos and Posters
  • Protocol Analysis for Exploring the Role of Application Domain in Conceptual Schema Understanding
  • Auto-completion of Underspecified SQL Queries
  • iQL: A Query Language for the Instance-Based Data Model
  • Designing Under the Influence of Speech Acts: A Strategy for Composing Enterprise Integration Solutions
  • Geometry of Concepts
  • Preference Functional Dependencies for Managing Choices
  • Modeling Visibility in Hierarchical Systems
  • A Model for Anticipatory Event Detection
  • XML
  • A Framework for Integrating XML Transformations
  • Oxone: A Scalable Solution for Detecting Superior Quality Deltas on Ordered Large XML Documents
  • Schema-Mediated Exchange of Temporal XML Data
  • A Quantitative Summary of XML Structures
  • Semantic Web
  • Database to Semantic Web Mapping Using RDF Query Languages
  • Representing Transitive Propagation in OWL
  • On Generating Content and Structural Annotated Websites Using Conceptual Modeling
  • Requirements Modeling
  • A More Expressive Softgoal Conceptualization for Quality Requirements Analysis
  • Conceptualizing the Co-evolution of Organizations and Information Systems: An Agent-Oriented Perspective
  • Towards aTheory of Genericity Based on Government and Binding
  • Aspects of Interoperability
  • Concept Modeling by the Masses: Folksonomy Structure and Interoperability
  • Method Chunks for Interoperability
  • Domain Analysis for Supporting Commercial Off-the-Shelf Components Selection
  • Metadata Management
  • A Formal Framework for Reasoning on Metadata Based on CWM
  • A Set of QVT Relations to Assure the Correctness of Data Warehouses by Using Multidimensional Normal Forms
  • Design and Use of ER Repositories: Methodologies and Experiences in eGovernment Initiatives
  • Human-Computer Interaction
  • Notes for the Conceptual Design of Interfaces
  • The User Interface Is the Conceptual Model
  • Towards a Holistic Conceptual Modelling-Based Software Development Process
  • Business Modeling
  • A Multi-perspective Framework for Organizational Patterns
  • Deriving Concepts for Modeling Business Actions
  • Towards a Reference Ontology for Business Models
  • Reasoning
  • Reasoning on UML Class Diagrams with OCL Constraints
  • On the Use of Association Redefinition in UML Class Diagrams
  • Optimising Abstract Object-Oriented Database Schemas
  • Panels