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Keynote Addresses.- Entity Resolution: Overview and Challenges.- Towards a Statistically Semantic Web.- Invited Talk.- The Application and Prospect of Business Intelligence in Metallurgical Manufacturing Enterprises in China.- Conceptual Modeling I.- Conceptual Modelling - What and Why in Current Practice.- Entity-Relationship Modeling Re-revisited.- Modeling Functional Data Sources as Relations.- Conceptual Modeling II.- Roles as Entity Types: A Conceptual Modelling Pattern.- Modeling Default Induction with Conceptual Structures.- Reachability Problems in Entity-Relationship Schema Instances.- Conceptual Modeling III.- A Reference Methodology for Conducting Ontological Analyses.- Pruning Ontologies in the Development of Conceptual Schemas of Information Systems.- Definition of Events and Their Effects in Object-Oriented Conceptual Modeling Languages.- Conceptual Modeling IV.- Enterprise Modeling with Conceptual XML.- Graphical Reasoning for Sets of Functional Dependencies.- ER-Based Software Sizing for Data-Intensive Systems.- Data Warehouse.- Data Mapping Diagrams for Data Warehouse Design with UML.- Informational Scenarios for Data Warehouse Requirements Elicitation.- Extending UML for Designing Secure Data Warehouses.- Schema Integration I.- Data Integration with Preferences Among Sources.- Resolving Schematic Discrepancy in the Integration of Entity-Relationship Schemas.- Managing Merged Data by Vague Functional Dependencies.- Schema Integration II.- Merging of XML Documents.- Schema-Based Web Wrapping.- Web Taxonomy Integration Using Spectral Graph Transducer.- Data Classification and Mining I.- Contextual Probability-Based Classification.- Improving the Performance of Decision Tree: A Hybrid Approach.- Understanding Relationships: Classifying Verb Phrase Semantics.- Data Classification and Mining II.- Fast Mining Maximal Frequent ItemSets Based on FP-Tree.- Multi-phase Process Mining: Building Instance Graphs.- A New XML Clustering for Structural Retrieval.- Web-Based Information Systems.- Link Patterns for Modeling Information Grids and P2P Networks.- Information Retrieval Aware Web Site Modelling and Generation.- Expressive Profile Specification and Its Semantics for a Web Monitoring System.- Query Processing I.- On Modelling Cooperative Retrieval Using an Ontology-Based Query Refinement Process.- Load-Balancing Remote Spatial Join Queries in a Spatial GRID.- Expressing and Optimizing Similarity-Based Queries in SQL.- Query Processing II.- XSLTGen: A System for Automatically Generating XML Transformations via Semantic Mappings.- Efficient Recursive XML Query Processing in Relational Database Systems.- Situated Preferences and Preference Repositories for Personalized Database Applications.- Web Services I.- Analysis and Management of Web Service Protocols.- Semantic Interpretation and Matching of Web Services.- Intentional Modeling to Support Identity Management.- Web Services II.- WUML: A Web Usage Manipulation Language for Querying Web Log Data.- An Agent-Based Approach for Interleaved Composition and Execution of Web Services.- A Probabilistic QoS Model and Computation Framework for Web Services-Based Workflows.- Schema Evolution.- Lossless Conditional Schema Evolution.- Ontology-Guided Change Detection to the Semantic Web Data.- Schema Evolution in Data Warehousing Environments - A Schema Transformation-Based Approach.- Conceptual Modeling Applications I.- Metaprogramming for Relational Databases.- Incremental Navigation: Providing Simple and Generic Access to Heterogeneous Structures.- Agent Patterns for Ambient Intelligence.- Conceptual Modeling Applications II.- Modeling the Semantics of 3D Protein Structures.- Risk-Driven Conceptual Modeling of Outsourcing Decisions.- A Pattern and Dependency Based Approach to the Design of Process Models.- UML.- Use of Tabular Analysis Method to Construct UML Sequence Diagrams.- An Approach to Formalizing the Semantics of UML Statecharts.- Applying the Application-Based Domain Modeling Approach to UML Structural Views.- XML Modeling.- A Model Driven Approach for XML Database Development.- On the Updatability of XML Views Published over Relational Data.- XBiT: An XML-Based Bitemporal Data Model.- Industrial Presentations I: Applications.- Enterprise Cockpit for Business Operation Management.- Modeling Autonomous Catalog for Electronic Commerce.- GiSA: A Grid System for Genome Sequences Assembly.- Industrial Presentations II: Ontology in Applications.- Analytical View of Business Data: An Example.- Ontological Approaches to Enterprise Applications.- FASTAXON: A System for FAST (and Faceted) TAXONomy Design.- CLOVE: A Framework to Design Ontology Views.- Demos and Posters.- iRM: An OMG MOF Based Repository System with Querying Capabilities.- Visual Querying for the Semantic Web.- Query Refinement by Relevance Feedback in an XML Retrieval System.- Semantics Modeling for Spatiotemporal Databases.- Temporal Information Management Using XML.- SVMgr: A Tool for the Management of Schema Versioning.- GENNERE: A Generic Epidemiological Network for Nephrology and Rheumatology.- Panel.- Panel: Beyond Webservices - Conceptual Modelling for Service Oriented Architectures.


Titel: Conceptual Modeling - ER 2004
Untertitel: 23rd International Conference on Conceptual Modeling, Shanghai, China, November 8-12, 2004. Proceedings
EAN: 9783540304647
Format: E-Book (pdf)
Hersteller: Springer Berlin Heidelberg
Genre: IT & Internet
Veröffentlichung: 17.01.2005
Digitaler Kopierschutz: Wasserzeichen
Anzahl Seiten: 874

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