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Titel: On The Move to Meaningful Internet Systems 2003: CoopIS, DOA, and ODBASE

ISBN: 3540204989
EAN: 9783540204985
OTM Confederated International Conferences CoopIS, DOA, and ODBASE 2003 Catania, Sicily, Italy, November 3-7, 2003 Proceedings.
'Lecture Notes in Computer Science'.
2003. Auflage.
Book.
Sprache: Englisch.
2 kartonierte Bücher.
Herausgegeben von Douglas C. Schmidt, Zahir Tari
Springer Berlin Heidelberg

30. Oktober 2003 - kartoniert - 1600 Seiten

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missions in fact also treat an envisaged mutual impact among them. As for the 2002 edition in Irvine, the organizers wanted to stimulate this cross-pollination with a program of shared famous keynote speakers (this year we got Sycara, - ble, Soley and Mylopoulos!), and encouraged multiple attendance by providing authors with free access to another conference or workshop of their choice. We received an even larger number of submissions than last year for the three conferences (360 in total) and the workshops (170 in total). Not only can we therefore again claim a measurable success in attracting a representative volume of scienti?c papers, but such a harvest allowed the program committees of course to compose a high-quality cross-section of worldwide research in the areas covered. In spite of the increased number of submissions, the Program Chairs of the three main conferences decided to accept only approximately the same number of papers for presentation and publication as in 2002 (i. e. , around 1 paper out of every 4-5 submitted). For the workshops, the acceptance rate was about 1 in 2. Also for this reason, we decided to separate the proceedings into two volumes with their own titles, and we are grateful to Springer-Verlag for their collaboration in producing these two books. The reviewing process by the respective program committees was very professional and each paper in the main conferences was reviewed by at least three referees.

Inhaltsverzeichnis

Cooperative Information Systems (CoopIS) 2003 International Conference.
Tenth Anniversasy of CoopIS: Cooperative Information Systems Then and Now.
PC Co-chairs' Message.
"Almost Automatic" and Semantic Integration of XML Schemas at Various "Severity" Levels.
Managing the Evolution of Mediation Queries.
Semantics-Based Reconciliation for Collaborative and Mobile Environments.
A Distributed Rule Mechanism for Multidatabase Systems.
Identification and Modelling of Web Services for Inter-enterprise Collaboration Exemplified for the Domain of Strategic Supply Chain Development.
Advertising Games for Web Services.
Defining and Coordinating Open-Services Using Workflows.
Keeping Watch: Intelligent Virtual Agents Reflecting Human-Like Perception in Cooperative Information Systems.
BRAIN: A Framework for Flexible Role-Based Interactions in Multiagent Systems.
Profiling and Matchmaking Strategies in Support of Opportunistic Collaboration.
A Strategic Approach for Business-IT Alignment in Health Information Systems.
From Where to What: Metadata Sharing for Digital Photographs with Geographic Coordinates.
Process of Product Fragments Management in Distributed Development.
A Cooperative Approach to the Development of Expert Knowledge Bases Applied to Define Standard of Care in Glaucoma.
A Publish/Subscribe Scheme for Peer-to-Peer Database Networks.
Query Evaluation in Peer-to-Peer Networks of Taxonomy-Based Sources.
An InfoSpace Paradigm for Local and ad hoc Peer-to-Peer Communication.
Digging Database Statistics and Costs Parameters for Distributed Query Processing.
Forming Virtual Marketplaces with Knowledge Networks.
Providing a Progressive Access to Awareness Information.
Trusting Data Quality in Cooperative Information Systems.
Static Type-Inference for Trust in Distributed Information Systems.
Workflow Mining: Current Status and Future Directions.
On the Common Support of Workflow Type and Instance Changes under Correctness Constraints.
Animating ebXML Transactions with a Workflow Engine.
Dynamic Interconnection of Heterogeneous Workflow Processes through Services.
R-GMA: An Information Integration System for Grid Monitoring.
CREAM: An Infrastructure for Distributed, Heterogeneous Event-Based Applications.
Versions for Context Dependent Information Services.
Cache Invalidation for Updated Data in Ad Hoc Networks.
Taxonomy-Based Context Conveyance for Web Search.
An Analytical Study of Broadcast Based Cache Invalidation in Mobile Computing Networks.
Fine-Grained Parallelism in Dynamic Web Content Generation: The Parse and Dispatch Approach.
Ontologies, Databases, and Applications of Semantics (ODBASE) 2003 International Conference.
The Grid Needs You! Enlist Now.
From the "Eyeball" Web to the Transaction Web.
ODBASE 2003 PC Co-chairs' Message.
Recording and Reasoning over Data Provenance in Web and Grid Services.
Preparing SCORM for the Semantic Web.
Ontology-Driven Knowledge Logistics Approach as Constraint Satisfaction Problem.
Dynamic Topic Mining from News Stream Data.
lora-2: A Rule-Based Knowledge Representation and Inference Infrastructure for the Semantic Web.
Understanding the Semantic Web through Descriptions and Situations.
Incremental Maintenance of Materialized Ontologies.
Scalable and Reliable Semantic Portals (SEAL) in Practice.
X-Learn: An XML-Based, Multi-agent System for Supporting "User-Device" Adaptive E-learning.
Mining Association Rules from Relational Data - Average Distance Based Method.
Clustering Schemaless XML Documents.
Automatic Expansion of Manual Email Classifications Based on Text Analysis.
Mining for Lexons: Applying Unsupervised Learning Methods to Create Ontology Bases.
The OntoWordNet Project: Extension and Axiomatization of Conceptual Relations in WordNet.
Ontology Based Query Processing in Database Management Systems.
OntoManager - A System for the Usage-Based Ontology Management.
Breaking the Deadlock.
Using Ontologies in the Development of an Innovating System for Elderly People Tele-assistance.
A Fuzzy Model for Representing Uncertain, Subjective, and Vague Temporal Knowledge in Ontologies.
Semantics and Modeling of Spatiotemporal Changes.
Maintaining Ontologies for Geographical Information Retrieval on the Web.
Ontology Translation on the Semantic Web.
The Semantics of the Compound Term Composition Algebra.
KNN Model-Based Approach in Classification.
Learning to Invoke Web Forms.
A Proposal for Management of RDF and RDF Schema Metadata in MOF.
Extending OO Metamodels towards Dynamic Object Roles.
Distributed Objects and Applications (DOA) 2003 International Conference.
Model Driven Architecture: Three Years On.
DOA 2003 PC Co-chairs' Message.
Monitoring the Distributed Virtual Orchestra with a CORBA Based Object Oriented Real-Time Data Distribution Service.
Designing Telerobotic Systems as Distributed CORBA-Based Applications.
Implementation Experience with OMG's SCIOP Mapping.
Enhancing Real-Time CORBA Predictability and Performance.
Jini Supporting Ubiquitous and Pervasive Computing.
Capturing, Analysing, and Managing ECG Sensor Data in Handheld Devices.
Definition of a User Environment in a Ubiquitous System.
ReMMoC: A Reflective Middleware to Support Mobile Client Interoperability.
A Dynamic Distribution and Load Balancing Experiment with Synchronous Programming-Based Mobile Objects.
An Adaptive Transactional System - Framework and Service Synchronization.
From Distributed Objects to Hierarchical Grid Components.
Re-factoring Middleware Systems: A Case Study.
Dynamic Placement Using Ants for Object Based Simulations.
Developing Adaptive Distributed Applications: A Framework Overview and Experimental Results.
Separating the Concerns of Distributed Deployment and Dynamic Composition in Internet Application Systems.
Method-Based Caching in Multi-tiered Server Applications.
DLS: A CORBA Service for Dynamic Loading of Code.
On the Performance of a CORBA Caching Service over the Wide Internet.
Semi-automatic Parallelization of Java Applications.
Transparent Integration of CORBA and the .NET Framework.
Can Aspects Be Injected? Experience with Replication and Protection.
Analysing Mailboxes of Asynchronous Communicating Components.
TUPI: Transformation from PIM to IDL.
Active Data.
What Must (Not) Be Available Where?.
A CORBA-Based Transaction System for the Wireless Communication Environment.
Experiences with the Active Collections Framework.
Porting OMTTs to CORBA.
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