Conceptual Modeling - ER 2000: 19th International Conference on Conceptual Modeling, Salt Lake City, Utah, USA, October 9-12, 2000 Proceedings

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Thisvolumeprovidesacomprehensive, state-of-the-artsurveyofconceptual- deling. It includes invited papers, research papers, and abstracts of industrial presentationsgivenatER2000, the19thInternationalConferenceonConceptual Modeling, heldinSaltLakeCity, Utah. Continuinginitslongtraditionofattr- ting the leading researchers and practitioners in advanced information systems design and implementation, the conference provided a forum for presenting and discussing current research and applications in which the major emphasis was on conceptual modeling. The conference topics re?ected this strong conceptu- modeling theme while recognizing important, emerging developments resulting from recent technological advances. The call for papers for the research track resulted in the submission of 140 papersfromresearchersaroundtheworld. Ofthese,37wereselectedforinclusion in the program. The authors of these papers are from 14 countries. These papers represent a variety of topics including: - Database integration - Temporal and active database modeling - Database and data warehouse design techniques - Analysis patterns and ontologies - Web-based information systems - Business process modeling - Conceptual modeling and XML - Engineering and multimedia application modeling - Object-oriented modeling - Applying object-oriented technology - Quality in conceptual modeling - Application design using UML Three internationally recognized scholars in the area of conceptual modeling also submitted papers and delivered keynote speeches: - John Mylopoulos: From Entities and Relationships to Social Actors and - pendencies - Salvatore T. March: Re?ections on Computer Science and Information - stems Research - PhilipA. Bernstein: GenericModelManagement-WhyWeNeedItandHow to Get There In addition to the research papers and invited papers, the conference - cluded two workshops, two pre-conference full-day tutorials, four short tuto- als, four industrial sessions, and two provocative panel discussions.
 

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Contents

Data Warehouse Scenarios for Model Management
1
Reflections on Computer Science and Information Systems Research
16
From Entities and Relationships to Social Actors and Dependencies
27
A Pragmatic Method for the Integration of HigherOrder EntityRelationship Schemata
37
Explicit Modeling of the Semantics of Large Multilayered ObjectOriented Databases
52
Declarative Mediation in Distributed Systems?
66
Temporal Constraints for Object Migration and Behavior Modeling Using Colored Petri Nets
80
A SpatioTemporal Data Model and Query Language
96
Object Role Modelling and XMLSchema
309
ConstraintsPreserving Transformation from XML Document Type Definition to Relational Schema?
323
XRay Towards Integrating XML and Relational Database Systems
339
A Conceptual Model for Remote Data Acquisition Systems
354
A Modeling Language for Design Processes in Chemical Engineering
369
A Graphical ObjectBased Model for Representing and Querying Video Data
383
Class Model Perceptions in the ERM Context
397
A Framework for the Evolution of Relationships ?
409

TriggerByExample?
112
Decomposition by Pivoting and Path Cardinality Constraints
126
Towards Principles of Information System Design
140
A ViewpointBased Framework for Discussing the Use of Multiple Modelling Representations
154
Practical Approach to Selecting Data Warehouse Views Using Data Dependencies
168
Semantic Analysis Patterns
183
Tool Support for Reuse of Analysis Patterns A Case Study
196
Ontological Analysis of Taxonomic Relationships
210
A Conceptual Model for the Web
225
Adapting Materialized Views after Redefinition in Distributed Environments
239
On Warehousing Historical Web Information?
253
On Business Process Model Transformations
267
Towards Use Case and Conceptual Models through Business Modeling1
281
A Conceptual Modeling Framework for Multiagent Information Systems1
295
Improving the Reuse Possibilities of the Behavioral Aspects of Object Oriented Domain Models
423
Algebraic Database Migration to Object Technology
440
A Layered Software Specification Architecture
454
A ReuseBased ObjectOriented Framework Towards Easy Formulation of Complex Queries
470
Evaluating the Quality of Reference Models
484
Measures for Assessing Dynamic Complexity Aspects of ObjectOriented Conceptual Schemes
499
Measuring the Quality of Entity Relationship Diagrams
513
Behavior Consistent Inheritance in UML
527
The Viewpoint Abstraction in Object Oriented Modeling and the UML
543
XML Conceptual Modeling Using UML
558
The FiveTier FiveSchema Concept
575
Documenting Meta Data Transformations
577
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