Advances in Object-Oriented Information Systems: OOIS 2002 Workshops, Montpellier, France, September 2, 2002 Proceedings

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Jean-Michel Bruel, Zohra Bellahsene
Springer Science & Business Media, Aug 21, 2002 - Computers - 326 pages
For the ?rst time four workshops have been held in conjunction with the 8th Object-Oriented Information Systems conference, OOIS 2002, to encourage - teraction between researchers and practitioners. Workshop topics are, of course, inline with the conference’s scienti?c scope and provide a forum for groups of researchers and practitioners to meet together more closely and to exchange opinions and advanced ideas, and to share preliminary results on focused issues in an atmosphere that fosters interaction and problem solving. The conference hosted four one-day workshops. The four selected workshops were fully in the spirit of a workshop session hosted by a main conference. Indeed, OOIS deals with all the topics related to the use of object-oriented techniques for the development of information systems. The four workshops are very speci?c and contribute to enlarging the spectrum of the more general topics treated in the main conference. The ?rst workshop focused on a very speci?c and key c- cept of object-oriented development, the specialization/generalization hierarchy. The second one explored the use of “non-traditional” approaches (at the edge of object-oriented techniques, such as aspects, AI, etc.) to improve reuse. The third workshop dealt with optimization in Web-based information systems. And ?nally the fourth workshop investigated issues related to model-driven software development.
 

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Contents

MAnaging SPEcializationGeneralization HIerarchies
1
Real World as an Argument for Covariant Specialization in Programming and Modeling
3
Maintaining Class Membership Information
13
Hierarchies in Object Oriented Conceptual Modeling
24
Strengthening and Multiple Partitioning
34
Towards a New Role Paradigm for ObjectOriented Modeling
44
Analysing ObjectOriented Application Frameworks Using Concept Analysis
53
Why and How?
64
Semantic Integration and Query Optimization of Heterogeneous Data Sources
154
Extracting Information from Semistructured Web Documents
166
ObjectOriented Mediator Queries to Internet Search Engines
176
WarpEdge Optimization in XPath
187
A Caching System for Web Content Generated from XML Sources Using XSLT
197
Finding Similar Queries to Satisfy Searches Based on Query Traces
207
An Extensible Multiplatform Hypermedia Design Model
217
ModelDriven Approaches to Software Development
229

Automatic Generation of Hierarchical Taxonomies from Free Text Using Linguistic Algorithms
74
Guessing Hierarchies and Symbols for Word Meanings through Hyperonyms and Conceptual Vectors
84
Reuse in ObjectOriented Information Systems Design
94
Software Reuse with Use Case Patterns
96
Promoting Reuse through the Capture of System Description
101
A SpecificationOriented Framework for Information System User Interfaces
112
The Role of Pattern Languages in the Instantiation of ObjectOriented Frameworks
122
IS Components with Hyperclasses
132
Collaborative Simulation by Reuse of COTS Simulators with a Reflexive XML Middleware
142
Efficient WebBased Information Systems
152
Executable and Symbolic Conformance Tests for Implementation Models Position Paper
231
ObjectOriented Theories for Model Driven Architecture
235
Systems Engineering Foundations of Software Systems Integration
245
ACCORDUML
260
Generating Enterprise Applications from Models
270
Tool Support for AspectOriented Design
280
ModelDriven Architecture
290
ModelBased Development of Embedded Systems
298
Author Index
312
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