Advanced Conceptual Modeling Techniques: ER 2002 Workshops - ECDM, MobIMod, IWCMQ, and ECOMO, Tampere, Finland, October 7-11, 2002, Proceedings

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Springer Science & Business Media, Oct 13, 2003 - Business & Economics - 452 pages
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The objective of the workshops held in conjunction with ER 2002, the 21st International Conference on Conceptual Modeling, was to give participants the opportunitytopresentanddiscussemerginghottopics,thusaddingnewpersp- tives to conceptual modeling. To meet this objective, we selected the following four workshops: – 2nd InternationalWorkshop on Evolution and Changein Data Management (ECDM 2002) – ER/IFIP8. 1 Workshop on Conceptual Modelling Approaches to Mobile - formation Systems Development (MobIMod 2002) – International Workshop on Conceptual Modeling Quality (IWCMQ 2002) – 3rd International Joint Workshop on Conceptual Modeling Approaches for E-business: a Web Service Perspective (eCOMO 2002) ER 2002 was organized so that there would be no overlap between the c- ference sessions and the workshops. This proceedings contains workshop papers that wererevisedby the authors following discussions during the conference. We are deeply indebted to the members of the organizing committees and program committees of these workshops for their hard work. July 2003 Antoni Oliv ́ e, Masatoshi Yoshikawa, and Eric S. K. Yu Workshop Co-chairs ER 2002 ECDM 2002 Change is a fundamental but sometimes neglected aspect of information and database systems. The management of evolution and change and the ability of database, information and knowledge-based systems to deal with change is an essential component in developing and maintaining truly useful systems. Many approachestohandlingevolutionandchangehavebeenproposedinvariousareas of data management, and this forum seeks to bring together researchers and practitioners from both more established areas and from emerging areas to look at this issue.
 

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Contents

Change Management for a Temporal Versioned ObjectOriented Database
1
Towards Temporal Information in Workflow Systems
13
Preserving and Querying Histories of XMLPublished Relational Databases
26
A Lightweight XML Constraint Check and Update Framework
39
Change Discovery in OntologyBased Knowledge Management Systems
51
An Architecture for Managing Database Evolution
63
Reifying Design Patterns to Facilitate Systems Evolution
75
Managing Configuration with Evolving Constraints in Design Databases
88
Accounting and Billing of Wireless Internet Services in the Third
229
Research in Quality of Conceptual Models
241
Quality in Conceptual Modeling New Research Directions
243
Hierarchical ER Diagrams HERD The Method and Experimental
264
Class Models and Architectures
288
Building Quality into Learning Management Systems
312
Web and Interactive Models
325
A Model and an XSL Framework for Analyzing the Quality of WebML
339

Intentions of Operations Characterization and Preservation
100
An Active Approach to Model Management for Evolving Information
112
Mobile Information Systems Research Challenges on the Conceptual
124
A Cooperation Model for Personalised and Situation Dependent
136
Sequence Diagrams for Mobility Piotr Kosiuczenko
147
Support of Integrated Wireless Web Access through Media Types KlausDieter Schewe
173
DomainSpecific Modelling for CrossPlatform Product Families Steven Kelly Risto Pohjonen
182
Dynamic Database Generation for Mobile Applications Ralf Mühlberger
195
The Write Once n Deliver Anywhere Model for Mobile
205
Basic User Requirements for Mobile Work Support Systems
217
Process Models and Web Services
364
BehaviorConsistent Composition of Business Processes from Internal
378
ProcessOriented Flexible Composition of Web Services with UML
390
Sebastian Thöne Ralph Depke Gregor Engels
402
Managing Unstructured Ecommerce Information
414
Story Boarding and User Profiling
427
Key to Success on the Web
440
Author Index
451
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Antoni OlivA(c) is a professor of information systems at the Universitat PolitA]cnica de Catalunya in Barcelona. He has worked in this field during over 25 years. His main interests have been, and are, conceptual modeling, requirements engineering, information systems design and databases.

Antoni OlivA(c) was the recipient of the DKE-ER Elsevier award for his contribution to the Intl. Conf. on Conceptual Modeling (ER'2003) and was Program Co-chair of ER 2006 - the 25th International Conference on Conceptual Modeling.