OOER '95 Object-Oriented and Entity-Relationship Modeling: 14th International Conference, Gold Coast, Australia, December 13 - 15, 1995. Proceedings, Volume 14

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This volume constitutes the refereed proceedings of the 14th International Conference on Object-Oriented and Entity-Relationship Modelling, OOER '95, held in Gold Coast, Australia in December 1995.
The 36 papers presented together with an invited presentation by Gio Wiederhold were selected from a total of 120 submissions. The papers are organized in sections on object design and modelling, models and languages, reverse engineering and schema transformation, behavioral modelling, non-traditional modelling, theoretical foundations, business re-engineering, integrated approaches, cooperative work modelling, temporal data modelling, federated systems design, and industrial stream papers
 

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Contents

Modeling and System Maintenance
1
Adaptive Schema Design and Evaluation in an ObjectOriented Information System
21
Assertion of Consistency Within a Complex Object Database Using a Relationship Construct
32
A Cryptographic Mechanism for Objectinstancebased Authorization in ObjectOriented Database Systems
44
Unifying Modeling and Programming through an Active ObjectOriented ModelEquivalent Programming Language
55
A Declarative Query Approach to Object Identification
65
Versatile Querying Facilities for a Dynamic Object Clustering Model
77
Reverse engineering of relational database applications
89
Data Model Evolution as a Basis of Business Process Management
270
Reengineering Processes in Public Administrations
282
Uniqueness Conditions for ER Representations
296
An Integrated CASE Based Approach
308
Integrating and Supporting Entity Relationship and Object Role Models
318
From Object Specification towards Agent Design
329
Conceptual Modeling of WorkFlows
341
An Object Oriented Approach for CSCW System Design
355

A Rigorous Approach to Schema Restructuring
101
Managing Schema Changes in ObjectRelationship Databases
113
Why Using Events Instead of States
123
Behavior Consistent Extension of Object Life Cycles
133
Integrated Specification of the Dynamics of Individual Objects
146
Database Design with Behavior and Views Using Parameterized Petri Nets
158
Security Enhanced EntityRelationship Model for Secure Relational Databases
170
Neural Network Technology to Support View Integration
181
Database schema transformation and optimization
191
Mapping an Extended EntityRelationship Schema into a Schema of Complex Objects
204
Binary Representation of Ternary Relationships in ER Conceptual Modeling
216
Integrating ER and OO via Sketches with Dynamic Markers
226
A Logic Framework for a Semantics of Object Oriented Data Modelling
238
ObjectOriented Meta Modelling
250
A Conceptual Model for Business Reengineering Methods and Tools
260
Semantics of TimeVarying Attributes and Their Use for Temporal Database Design
366
Handling Change Management using Temporal Active Repositories
378
A Graphical Query Language for Temporal Databases
388
Managing Object Identity in Federated Database Systems
400
Management of Inconsistent Information in Federated Systems
412
Resolving Structural Conflicts in the Integration of EntityRelationship Schemas
424
The seven habits of highly effective data modellers and object modellers?
436
Object responsibility categories in support of topdown object discovery
438
Denormalisation as an OO extension
439
a MOSES casestudy
441
The practice of nuclear integrated design and engineering database establishment using objectoriented DBMS
444
Application of consistent dependency to corporate and project information models
445
The use of agglomerative categorisation to build a conceptual view of statistical data
447
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