Trends in Enterprise Application Architecture: 2nd International Conference, TEAA 2006, Berlin, Germany, November 29 - Dezember 1, 2006, Revised Selcted Papers

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Springer Science & Business Media, Oct 24, 2007 - Computers - 354 pages

This book constitutes the thoroughly refereed postproceedings of the 2nd International Conference on Trends in Enterprise Application Architecture, TEAA 2006. It identifies issues in enterprise application architecture and proposes as well as evaluates a solution. Topics of interest include model driven architecture, enterprise development environments, service oriented architecture, data integration, enterprise grid computing, load balancing, and enterprise component platforms.

 

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Contents

Engineering Database Component Ware
1
An Architecture for Integrating Heterogeneous University Applications That Supports Monitoring
16
On the Specification of Parameterizable Business Components
25
Implementing Nonfunctional Service Descriptions in SOAs
40
The Factory Automation Way
54
A Closer Look at Database Replication Middleware Architectures for Enterprise Applications
69
Using Rules and R2ML for Modeling Negotiation Mechanisms in ECommerce Agent Systems
84
Dealing with Scalability in an EventBased Infrastructure to Support Global Software Development
100
Modeling the Effect of Application Server Settings on the Performance of J2EE Web Applications
202
Possibilities for Advanced Dissemination and Durable Storage of Scientific Data on the Grid
217
Environments
226
A Generic ConstraintsBased Framework for Business Modeling
241
Experimenting with the Expressive Power of an Enterprise Architecture Framework
255
A Platform for ModelBased Software Engineering
270
A UserOriented Design for Business Workflow Systems
285
Olympic Agents
298

Models and Tools for SOA Governance
112
Generating Systems from Multiple Levels of Abstraction
127
Using Mobile Architecture Modeling and Simulation for Enterprise Applications
142
An UMLBased Approach for Validation of Software Architecture Descriptions
158
Integration of an Action Language Via UML Action Semantics
172
Worlds Apart or Ideal Partners?
187
Relating Requirements to a User Interface Architecture for a Rich Enterprise Web Application
311
FJM2 A Decentralized JMS System
326
Implementing Automated Analyses in an Active Data Warehouse Environment Using Workflow Technology
341
Author Index
355
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