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OTM Confederated International Workshops and Posters, AWeSOMe, CAMS, GADA. MIOS+INTEROP, ORM, PhDS, SeBGIS. SWWS.…
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Titel: On the Move to Meaningful Internet Systems 2005: OTM 2005 Workshops

ISBN: 3540297391
EAN: 9783540297390
OTM Confederated International Workshops and Posters, AWeSOMe, CAMS, GADA. MIOS+INTEROP, ORM, PhDS, SeBGIS. SWWS. and WOSE 2005, Agia Napa, Cyprus, October 31 - November 4, 2005, Proceedings.
'Information Systems and Applications, incl. Internet/Web, and HCI'.
Auflage 2005.
Sprache: Englisch.
Herausgegeben von Zahir Tari
Springer-Verlag GmbH

21. Oktober 2005 - kartoniert - XXXI


such as the modeling of (legal) regulatory systems and the ubiquitous nature of their usage. Weweregladto seethatin 2005undertheinspiredleadershipofDr. Pilar Herrero, several of earlier successful workshops re-emerged with a second or even third edition (notably WOSE, MIOS-INTEROP and GADA), and that 5 new workshops could be hosted and successfully organized by their respective proposers: AWeSOMe, SWWS, CAMS, ORM and SeBGIS. We know that as before, their audiences will mutually productively mingle with those of the main conferences, as is already visible from the overlap in authors! A special mention for 2005 is again due for the second and enlarged edition of the highly successful Doctoral Symposium Workshop. Its 2005 Chairs, Dr. AntoniaAlbani,Dr. PeterSpyns,andDr. JohannesMariaZaha,threeyoungand active post-doc researchers de?ned an original set-up and interactive formula to bring PhD students together: they call them to submit their research proposals for selection; the resulting submissions and their approaches are presented by the students in front of a wider audience at the conference, where they are then independently analyzed and discussed by a panel of senior professors (this year they were Domenico Beneventano, Jaime Delgado, Jan Dietz, and Werner Nutt). These successful students also get free access to "all" other parts of the OTM program, and only pay a minimal fee for the Doctoral Symposium itself (in fact their attendance is largely sponsored by the other participants!). The OTM organizers expect to further expand this model in future editions of the conferences and so draw an audience of young researchers into the OTM forum.


Posters of the 2005 CoopIS (Cooperative Information Systems) International Conference.
Checking Workflow Schemas with Time Constraints Using Timed Automata.
Cooperation Between Utility IT Systems: Making Data and Applications Work Together.
Adapting Rigidly Specified Workflow in the Absence of Detailed Ontology.
Modelling and Streaming Spatiotemporal Audio Data.
Enhancing Project Management for Periodic Data Production Management.
Cooperating Services in a Mobile Tourist Information System.
Posters of the 2005 DOA (Distributed Objects and Applications) International Conference.
Flexible and Maintainable Contents Activities in Ubiquitous Environment.
Using Model-Driven and Aspect-Oriented Development to Support End-User Quality of Service.
A Generic Approach to Dependability in Overlay Networks.
An XML-Based Cross-Language Framework.
Software Design of Electronic Interlocking System Based on Real-Time Object-Oriented Modeling Technique.
Posters of the 2005 ODBASE (Ontologies, Databases, and Applications of Semantics) International Conference.
Ontology Based Negotiation Case Search System for the Resolution of Exceptions in Collaborative Production Planning.
Enhanced Workflow Models as a Tool for Judicial Practitioners.
Semantics of Information Systems Outsourcing.
Integration of Heterogeneous Knowledge Sources in the CALO Query Manager.
Context Knowledge Discovery in Ubiquitous Computing.
Ontology-Based Integration for Relational Data.
Workshop on Agents, Web Services and Ontologies Merging (AWeSOMe).
AWeSOMe 2005 PC Co-chairs' Message.
Document Flow Model: A Formal Notation for Modelling Asynchronous Web Services Composition.
Realising Personalised Web Service Composition Through Adaptive Replanning.
Semantic Web Services Discovery in Multi-ontology Environment.
Security and Semantics.
On the Application of the Semantic Web Rule Language in the Definition of Policies for System Security Management.
On Secure Framework for Web Services in Untrusted Environment.
An Approach for Semantic Query Processing with UDDI.
Agents for Web Service Support.
A Multiagent-Based Approach for Progressive Web Map Generation.
Semantics of Agent-Based Service Delegation and Alignment.
Workshop on Context-Aware Mobile Systems (CAMS).
CAMS 2005 PC Co-chairs' Message.
Personalising Context-Aware Applications.
Management of Heterogeneous Profiles in Context-Aware Adaptive Information System.
Context-Aware Recommendations on the Mobile Web.
Querying and Fetching.
Capturing Context in Collaborative Profiles.
Using Context of a Mobile User to Prefetch Relevant Information.
Development and Engineering.
Location-Based Mobile Querying in Peer-to-Peer Networks.
Seamless Engineering of Location-Aware Services.
Context-Aware Negotiation for Reconfigurable Resources with Handheld Devices.
Location-Aware Web Service Architecture Using WLAN Positioning.
A Light-Weight Framework for Location-Based Services.
Architecture and Models.
Context Awareness for Music Information Retrieval Using JXTA Technology.
A Model of Pervasive Services for Service Composition.
Selection Using Non-symmetric Context Areas.
Sharing Context Information in Semantic Spaces.
Grid Computing Workshop (GADA).
GADA 2005 PC Co-chairs' Message.
Web Services Approach in the Grid.
Coordinated Use of Globus Pre-WS and WS Resource Management Services with GridWay.
Web-Services Based Modelling/Optimisation for Engineering Design.
Workflow Management System Based on Service Oriented Components for Grid Applications.
Grid Applications.
Life Science Grid Middleware in a More Dynamic Environment.
A Grid-Aware Implementation for Providing Effective Feedback to On-Line Learning Groups.
Security and Ubiquitous Computing.
Caching OGSI Grid Service Data to Allow Disconnected State Retrieval.
Shelter from the Storm: Building a Safe Archive in a Hostile World.
Event Broker Grids with Filtering, Aggregation, and Correlation for Wireless Sensor Data.
Distributed Authentication in GRID5000.
Performance Enhancement in the Grid.
A Load Balance Methodology for Highly Compute-Intensive Applications on Grids Based on Computational Modeling.
Providing Autonomic Features to a Data Grid.
TCP Performance Enhancement Based on Virtual Receive Buffer with PID Control Mechanism.
Databases on the Grid.
Computational Grid vs. Parallel Computer for Coarse-Grain Parallelization of Neural Networks Training.
Object-Oriented Wrapper for Relational Databases in the Data Grid Architecture.
Modeling Object Views in Distributed Query Processing on the Grid.
Optimization of Distributed Queries in Grid Via Caching.
Modelling the + ROWA Model Approach Inside the WS-ReplicationResource.
Workshop on Inter-organizational Systems and Interoperability of Enterprise Software and Applications (MIOS+INTEROP).
MIOS+INTEROP 2005 PC Co-chairs' Message.
Service Modelling.
Registering a Business Collaboration Model in Multiple Business Environments.
Component Oriented Design and Modeling of Cross-Enterprise Service Processes.
Comparing the Impact of Service-Oriented and Object-Oriented Paradigms on the Structural Properties of Software.
The Impact of Software Development Strategies on Project and Structural Software Attributes in SOA.
Service Choreography and Orchestration.
An Hybrid Intermediation Architectural Approach for Integrating Cross-Organizational Services.
A Framework Supporting Dynamic Workflow Interoperation.
A Text Mining Approach to Integrating Business Process Models and Governing Documents.
A Process-Driven Inter-organizational Choreography Modeling System.
A Petri Net Based Approach for Process Model Driven Deduction of BPEL Code.
From Inter-organizational Workflows to Process Execution: Generating BPEL from WS-CDL.
PIT-P2M: ProjectIT Process and Project Metamodel.
Interoperability of Networked Enterprise Applications.
Requirements for Secure Logging of Decentralized Cross-Organizational Workflow Executions.
Access Control Model for Inter-organizational Grid Virtual Organizations.
Interoperability Supported by Enterprise Modelling.
Using Ontologies for XML Data Cleaning.
Applying Patterns for Improving Subcontracting Management.
Evaluation of Strategic Supply Networks.
Self Modelling Knowledge Networks.
Workshop on Object-Role Modeling (ORM).
ORM 2005 PC Co-chairs' Message.
Schema Management.
Using Abstractions to Facilitate Management of Large ORM Models and Ontologies.
Modularization and Automatic Composition of Object-Role Modeling (ORM) Schemes.
Modelling Context Information with ORM.
Industry Perspectives.
Using Object Role Modeling for Effective In-House Decision Support Systems.
Requirements Engineering with ORM.
Beyond Data Modeling.
Generating Applications from Object Role Models.
A Fact-Oriented Approach to Activity Modeling.
Future Directions.
ORM 2.
A World Ontology Specification Language.
Using ORM to Model Web Systems.
Object Role Modelling for Ontology Engineering in the DOGMA Framework.
Formal Underpinnings.
Fact Calculus: Using ORM and Lisa-D to Reason About Domains.
Schema Equivalence as a Counting Problem.
Ph.D. Student Symposium.
PhDS 2005 PC Co-chairs' Message.
Accelerating Distributed New Product Development by Exploiting Information and Communication Technology.
Towards QoS-Awareness of Context-Aware Mobile Applications and Services.
Supporting the Developers of Context-Aware Mobile Telemedicine Applications.
Multilingual Semantic Web Services.
Improving Information Retrieval Effectiveness by Using Domain Knowledge Stored in Ontologies.
Top-k Skyline: A Unified Approach.
Judicial Support Systems: Ideas for a Privacy Ontology-Based Case Analyzer.
IFIP WG 2.12 and WG 12.4 International Workshop on Web Semantics (SWWS).
SWWS 2005 PC Co-chairs' Message.
Invited Papers on TRUST.
Adding a Peer-to-Peer Trust Layer to Metadata Generators.
Building a Fuzzy Trust Network in Unsupervised Multi-agent Environments.
Regulatory Ontologies (WORM).
Building e-Laws Ontology: New Approach.
Generation of Standardised Rights Expressions from Contracts: An Ontology Approach?.
OPJK into PROTON: Legal Domain Ontology Integration into an Upper-Level Ontology.
Applications of Semantic Web I (SWWS).
Semantic Transformation of Web Services.
Modeling Multi-party Web-Based Business Collaborations.
A Framework for Task Retrieval in Task-Oriented Service Navigation System.
Realizing Added Value with Semantic Web.
Applications of Semantic Web II (SWWS).
Ontology-Based Searching Framework for Digital Shapes.
Ontology Metadata Vocabulary and Applications.
Ontological Foundation for Protein Data Models.
Modeling and Querying Techniques for Semantic Web (SWWS).
SWQL - A Query Language for Data Integration Based on OWL.
Modeling Views for Semantic Web Using eXtensible Semantic (XSemantic) Nets.
On the Cardinality of Schema Matching.
Reputation Ontology for Reputation Systems.
Ontologies (SWWS).
Translating XML Web Data into Ontologies.
Self-tuning Personalized Information Retrieval in an Ontology-Based Framework.
Detecting Ontology Change from Application Data Flows.
Workshop on Semantic-based Geographical Information Systems (SeBGIS).
SeBGIS 2005 PC Co-chairs' Message.
Measuring, Evaluating and Enriching Semantics.
How to Enrich the Semantics of Geospatial Databases by Properly Expressing 3D Objects in a Conceptual Model.
Evaluating Semantic Similarity Using GML in Geographic Information Systems.
Measuring Semantic Differences Between Conceptualisations: The Portuguese Water Bodies Case - Does Education Matter?.
Schemata Integration.
Spatio-temporal Schema Integration with Validation: A Practical Approach.
Preserving Semantics When Transforming Conceptual Spatio-temporal Schemas.
Using Image Schemata to Represent Meaningful Spatial Configurations.
Geovisualization and Spatial Semantics.
Collaborative geoVisualization: Object-Field Representations with Semantic and Uncertainty Information.
Semantics of Collinearity Among Regions.
Automatic Acquisition of Fuzzy Footprints.
The Double-Cross and the Generalization Concept as a Basis for Representing and Comparing Shapes of Polylines.
Algorithms and Data Structures.
Range and Nearest Neighbor Query Processing for Mobile Clients.
An Efficient Trajectory Index Structure for Moving Objects in Location-Based Services.
Systems and Tools.
MECOSIG Adapted to the Design of Distributed GIS.
The Emerge of Semantic Geoportals.
Ontology Assisted Decision Making - A Case Study in Trip Planning for Tourism.
Workshop on Ontologies, Semantics and E-Learning (WOSE).
WOSE 2005 PC Co-chairs' Message.
E-Learning and Ontologies.
Towards the Integration of Performance Support and e-Learning: Context-Aware Product Support Systems.
Taking Advantage of LOM Semantics for Supporting Lesson Authoring.
Repurposing Learning Object Components.
Ontology Technology for E-learning.
Interoperable E-Learning Ontologies Using Model Correspondences.
Towards Ontology-Guided Design of Learning Information Systems.
Learning to Generate an Ontology-Based Nursing Care Plan by Virtual Collaboration.
Ontologies and Virtual Reality.
Generating and Evaluating Triples for Modelling a Virtual Environment.
An Ontology-Driven Approach for Modeling Behavior in Virtual Environments.

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