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A special mention for 2004 is in order for the new Doctoral Symposium Workshop where three young postdoc researchers organized an original setup and formula to bring PhD students together and allow them to submit their research proposals for selection. A limited number of the submissions and their approaches were independently evaluated by a panel of senior experts at the conference, and presented by the students in front of a wider audience. These students also got free access to all other parts of the OTM program, and only paid a heavily discounted fee for the Doctoral Symposium itself. (In fact their attendance was largely sponsored by the other participants!) If evaluated as successful, it is the intention of the General Chairs to expand this model in future editions of the OTM conferences and so draw in an audience of young researchers to the OnTheMove forum. All three main conferences and the associated workshops share the d- tributed aspects of modern computing systems, and the resulting applicati- pull created by the Internet and the so-called Semantic Web. For DOA 2004, the primary emphasis stayed on the distributed object infrastructure; for ODBASE 2004, it was the knowledge bases and methods required for enabling the use of formalsemantics;andforCoopIS2004themaintopicwastheinteractionofsuch technologies and methods with management issues, such as occurs in networked organizations. These subject areas naturally overlap and many submissions in factalsotreatenvisagedmutualimpactsamongthem.

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ZAHIR TARI, PhD, is Associate Professor at The Royal Melbourne Institute of Technology, Australia.

Posters of the 2004 CoopIS (Cooperative Information Systems) International Conference.- Dynamic Publish/Subscribe in Mobile Peer-to-Peer Systems.- The Virtual Cooperative Project Taking into Account Work Semantic Meaning in Architectural Cooperative Design.- Collaborative Fuzzy Agents Using Constraint Logic Programming over Finite Domains.- Design a High-Level Language for Large Network Security Management.- A Context-Based Awareness Mechanism for Mobile Cooperative Users.- Access Control-Based Distribution of Shared Documents.- Service-Oriented Architecture of TeleCARE.- Feedback Partitioning and Decomposition-Oriented Analysis of Cyclic Workflow Graphs.- Towards Implementing Consistency in OMG MOF-Based Repository Systems.- Privacy-Preserving ID-Based Service Provision in Ubiquitous Computing Environments.- Agents for Decentralised Process Design Extended Abstract.- Posters of the 2004 ODBASE (Ontologies, Databases, and Applications of Semantics) International Conference.- Knowledge Signatures for Information Integration.- Efficient Processing of Huge Ontologies in Logic and Relational Databases.- Representing and Reasoning for Spatiotemporal Ontology Integration.- Effective and Efficient Melody-Matching Method in a Large-Scale Music Database.- Posters of the 2004 DOA (Distributed Objects and Applications) International Conference.- A CORBA-Based System for the Monitoring of Petroleum Fields.- Context-Aware Distributed Deployment of Component-Based Applications.- Towards an Incremental Process Model Based on AOP for Distributed Component-Based Software Development.- Supporting Nomadic Desktop Computing Using an Internet Application Workbench.- A Distributed Object Platform to Achieve Nomadic Interactions.- A Virtual-Machine-Based Middleware.- Workshop on Grid Computing and Its Application to Data Analysis (GADA).- Workshop on Grid Computing and Its Application to Data Analysis (GADA) PC Co-chairs' Message.- Simulation of Mars Impact Cratering on a Grid Environment.- A Grid Environment for Simulation and Optimization and a First Implementation of a Biomedical Application.- Application of Grid Security to Personal Distributed Environments.- An Adaptive Cost Model for Distributed Query Optimization on the Grid.- GDIS: A Service-Based Architecture for Data Integration on Grids.- Managing Long Running Queries in Grid Environment.- Improving Distributed Data Mining Techniques by Means of a Grid Infrastructure.- Improving Grid Services Security with Fine Grain Policies.- Resource Dissemination Policies on Grids.- A Grid Framework for Approximate Aggregate Query Answering on Summarized Sensor Network Readings.- Large-Scale Resource Selection in Grids.- A Proposal of a CIM-Based Policy Management Model for the OGSA Security Architecture.- A Grid-Based Approach for Processing Group Activity Log Files.- Design, Implementation, and Evaluation of a Resource Management Multiagent System for a Multimedia Processing Grid.- Towards a Peer-to-Peer Event Broker Grid in a Hybrid Network Environment.- Bioinformatics Data Access Service in the ProGenGrid System.- MSF: A Workflow Service Infrastructure for Computational Grid Environments.- Using PROTEUS for Modeling Data Mining Analysis of Proteomics Experiments on the Grid.- Workshop on Java Technologies for Real-Time and Embedded Systems (JTRES).- Workshop on Java Technologies for Real-Time and Embedded Systems (JTRES) PC Co-chairs' Message.- RealTime Teaching with Java: JPR 3.- Toward a Component-Based Embedded Java-Oriented Operating System.- Studying the Behaviour of the Single Parent Rule in Real-Time Java.- Supporting Mixed Criticality Applications in a Ravenscar-Java Environment.- Optimizing Real-Time Embedded Systems Development Using a RTSJ-Based API.- Lightweight Firm Real-Time Extensions for Low Memory Profile Java Systems.- Towards an Understanding of the Expressive Power of the RTSJ Scoped Memory Model.- Memory Management Based on Method Invocation in RTSJ.- Encapsulation of IEC 61499 Function Blocks Using Real-Time Java According to the RTSJ.- No Heap Remote Objects: Leaving Out Garbage Collection at the Server Side.- A Time Predictable Instruction Cache for a Java Processor.- Indoor Positioning for Location-Aware Applications on Java-Based Mobile Devices.- Design Patterns for RTSJ Application Development.- Separating Soft Real-Time from Functionality Concerns in Complex Object-Oriented Applications.- Workshop on Modeling Inter-Organizational Systems (MIOS).- Workshop on Modeling Inter-Organizational Systems (MIOS) PC Co-chairs' Message.- The e-Lollapalooza Global Workflow Modeler: A Registry-Based Workflow Modeling Methodology and System.- Concepts of Flexibility for Efficient Integration of B2B Processes.- Using Patterns in the Design of Inter-organizational Systems An Experience Report.- Managing Ad Hoc Virtual Enterprises in Open SME Networks: The SCOOP Solution.- Engineering of Dependable Complex Business Processes Using UML and Coordinated Atomic Actions.- Cross-Enterprise Business Process Management Architecture Methods and Tools for Flexible Collaboration.- From the Analysis of Cooperation Within Organizational Environments to the Design of Cooperative Information Systems: An Agent-Based Approach.- Transforming UMM Business Collaboration Models to BPEL.- Using BPEL Process Descriptions for Building Up Strategic Models of Inter-organizational Networks.- A Meta Ontology for Organizations.- A Model-Driven Approach to Designing Cross-Enterprise Business Processes.- A Component-Based Architecture for Protocol Vector Conversion in Inter-organizational Systems.- Workshop on Regulatory Ontologies (WORM).- Workshop on Regulatory Ontologies (WORM) PC Co-chairs' Message.- Ontology-Based E-government Thematic Services Based on Topic Maps.- Workflow Description of Digital Rights Management Systems.- Automatic Classification and Analysis of Provisions in Italian Legal Texts: A Case Study.- Engineering an Ontology of Financial Securities Fraud.- Extracting Legal Propositions from Appellate Decisions with Text Discourse Analysis Methods.- Cases and Dialectical Arguments An Approach to Case-Based Reasoning.- Modeling the Tax Code.- Modelling Changes in Ontologies.- An Ontology-Based Model for Representing Bundle-of-Rights.- Workshop on Ontologies, Semantics, and E-learning (WOSE).- Workshop on Ontologies, Semantics, and E-learning (WOSE) PC Co-chairs' Message.- Improving LOM-Based Interoperability of Learning Repositories.- Domain Ontology as a Resource Providing Adaptivity in eLearning.- Towards a Global Component Architecture for Learning Objects: An Ontology Based Approach.- Human-Generated Learning Object Metadata.- Extracting Sub-ontology from Multiple Ontologies.- MAZETTE: Multi Agent MUSETTE for Sharing and Reusing Ontologies.- Literate Ontology Development.- An E-learning Concept Mindmap and the Management of the Underlying Learning Objects.- Theory and Semi-automatic Generation of Bridge Ontology in Multi-ontologies Environment.- Integrating Ontologies into Learning Management Systems A Case of Czech.- Towards an Ontological Support for eLearning Courses.- PhD Symposium (PhDS).- PhD Symposium (PhDS) PC Co-chairs' Message.- Management of Dynamic and Imperfect User Context Information.- Bridging Information Gaps in an OPM-Based System Development Lifecycle.- Revising and Managing Multiple Ontology Versions in a Possible Worlds Setting.- On the Verification of Web Services Compatibility: A Petri Net Approach.- Usability of Visual Information Retrieval Metaphors for Object-Oriented Databases.- Automated Compatibility Tests for Business Related Aspects of Software Components.- Formal Infrastructure for Modelling Intelligent Agents with Agent UML and Petri Nets.- Model-Driven Design of Distributed Applications.- INTEROP NoE Dissemination Workshop (INTEROP).- INTEROP NoE: Interoperability Research for Networked Enterprises Applications and Software.


Titel: On the Move to Meaningful Internet Systems 2004: OTM 2004 Workshops
Untertitel: OTM Confederated International Workshops and Posters, GADA, JTRES, MIOS, WORM, WOSE, PhDS, and INTEROP 2004, Agia Napa, Cyprus, October 25-29, 2004. Proceedings
EAN: 9783540236641
ISBN: 978-3-540-23664-1
Format: Kartonierter Einband
Herausgeber: Springer, Berlin
Genre: Informatik
Anzahl Seiten: 888
Gewicht: 1360g
Größe: H50mm x B236mm x T157mm
Jahr: 2004
Untertitel: Englisch
Auflage: 2004

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