On the Move to Meaningful Internet Systems 2002: Doa, Coopis, and Odbase : Confederated International Conferences Doa, Coopis, and Odbase 2002 : Proceedings

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R. Meersman, Zahir Tari
Springer Science & Business Media, Oct 16, 2002 - Computers - 1367 pages
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This book constitutes the refereed proceedings of the three confederated conferences CoopIS 2002, DOA 2002, and ODBASE 2002, held in Irvine, CA, USA, in October/November 2002.

The 77 revised full papers and 10 posters presented were carefully reviewed and selected from a total of 291 submissions. The papers are organized in topical sections on interoperability, workflow, mobility, agents, peer-to-peer and ubiquitous, work process, business and transaction, infrastructure, query processing, quality issues, agents and middleware, cooperative systems, ORB enhancements, Web services, distributed object scalability and heterogeneity, dependability and security, reflection and reconfiguration, real-time scheduling, component-based applications, ontology languages, conceptual modeling, ontology management, ontology development and engineering, XML and data integration, and tools for the intelligent Web.

 

  

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Contents

FULL PAPERS
1
A Conceptual Markup Language That Supports Interoperability
19
Agents
20
Directed Domain Correspondences
36
Workflow
54
CPM Revisited An Architecture Comparison
72
Modeling Coordination and Control in CrossOrganizational Workflows
91
Mobility
107
Integrating Optimistic Virtual Synchrony to a CORBA
711
Implementing a CORBABased Architecture for Leveraging
723
Reconciling Replication and Transactions for the EndtoEnd
737
Reflection and Reconfiguration
755
An Infrastructure for Adaptable Middleware
773
A Reflective Middleware Framework for Communication in Dynamic
791
A Dynamic Proxy Based Architecture to Support Distributed Java
809
A CORBABased Workflow Management System for Wireless
827

On RealTime Top k Querying for Mobile Services
125
Mobile Agents in Mobile Data Access Systems
144
Using Agent Control and Communication in a Distributed Workflow
163
An Extended AlternatingOffers Bargaining Protocol for Automated
179
A Human Based Perception Model for Cooperative Intelligent
195
P2P Ubiquitous
213
Supporting PeertoPeer User Communities
230
Context Spaces SelfStructuring Distributed Networks
248
Work Process
266
Discovering Emergent Virtual Work Processes in Collaborative Systems
286
Flexible Merging for Asynchronous Collaborative Systems
304
Business Transactions
322
Finding Trading Partners to Establish Adhoc Business
339
A Flexible Managerial
356
Infrastructure
373
An Architecture of a WebBased Collaborative Image Search Engine
391
Parallel Processing with Autonomous Databases in a Cluster System
410
Query Processing
429
Handling Partial Matches in Semistructured Data with
449
Efficient Querying of Distributed Resources in Mediator Systems
468
Quality Issues
488
Adaptive Fault Tolerant Hospital Resource Scheduling
503
POSTERS
521
A Model for Process Service Interaction
524
Design and Performance of a Modular Portable Object Adapter
549
Design and Performance of Asynchronous Method
581
Web Services and CORBA
618
Composing and Deploying Grid Middleware Web Services Using Model
633
Distributed Object Scalability and Heterogeneity
650
Replacement Policies for a Distributed Object Caching
661
Design and Performance of a Media Gateway Trader
675
Dependability Security Assurance
693
Customizable Deployment Composition and Hosting of Distributed
845
Resource Discovery for Pervasive Environments
866
RealTime Scheduling and Performance
884
The Design and Performance of the jRate RealTime Java
900
Empirical Differences between COTS Middleware
922
Component Based Applications
948
Configuring the Communication Middleware to Support Multiuser
965
On Components with Explicit Protocols Satisfying a Notion
995
Ontology Languages
1013
A Defeasible Ontology Language
1033
On the Semantics of Anonymous Identity and Reification
1047
Extending Datatype Support in Web Ontology Reasoning
1067
Conceptual Modelling and Ontologies
1082
Towards Ontological Foundations for UML Conceptual Models
1100
Towards Secure Object Oriented Database Systems
1118
Ontology Management
1132
The Semantics of Semantic Annotation 1152
1167
UsageOriented Evolution of OntologyBased
1186
Ontology Development and Engineering
1205
Knowledge Acquisition from the General
1223
Formal Ontology Engineering in the DOGMA Approach
1238
and Data Integration
1255
Highly Efficient Change Detection Algorithm for XML
1273
Naming in XML Documents
1287
Tools for Intelligent
1304
Natural Language Annotations for the Semantic Web
1317
A Metadata Integration Assistant Generator for Heterogeneous
1332
Intelligent Web Search via Personalizable Metasearch Agents
1345
Defining Information System Components
1359
Geodata Interoperation via Semantic Correspondences
1361
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ZAHIR TARI, PhD, is Associate Professor at The Royal Melbourne Institute of Technology, Australia. He is also the author of Object-Oriented Data Modelling Themes and Semantics of Multimedia Systems.
OMRAN BUKHRES, PhD, is Associate Professor at Purdue University School of Science, Indianapolis, Indiana. He is also the author of Object-Oriented Multidatabase Systems.

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