On the Move to Meaningful Internet Systems 2005: CoopIS, DOA, and ODBASE [electronic resource] : OTM Confederated International Conferences, CoopIS, DOA, and ODBASE 2005, Agia Napa, Cyprus, October 31 - November 4, 2005, Proceedings, Part I / edited by Robert Meersman, Zahir Tari.Material type: TextLanguage: English Series: Lecture Notes in Computer Science: 3760Publisher: Berlin, Heidelberg : Springer Berlin Heidelberg, 2005Description: XXVII, 917p. Also available online. online resourceContent type: text Media type: computer Carrier type: online resourceISBN: 9783540321163Subject(s): Computer science | Computer Communication Networks | Database management | Information storage and retrieval systems | Information systems | Artificial intelligence | Computer Science | Database Management | Information Storage and Retrieval | Information Systems Applications (incl.Internet) | Computer Communication Networks | User Interfaces and Human Computer Interaction | Artificial Intelligence (incl. Robotics)Additional physical formats: Printed edition:: No titleDDC classification: 005.74 LOC classification: QA76.9.D3Online resources: Click here to access online
OTM 2005 Keynotes -- Probabilistic Ontologies and Relational Databases -- Intelligent Web Service – From Web Services to .Plug&Play. Service Integration -- Process Modeling in Web Applications -- Cooperative Information Systems (CoopIS) 2005 International Conference -- CoopIS 2005 PC Co-chairs’ Message -- Let’s Go All the Way: From Requirements Via Colored Workflow Nets to a BPEL Implementation of a New Bank System -- A Service-Oriented Workflow Language for Robust Interacting Applications -- Balancing Flexibility and Security in Adaptive Process Management Systems -- Enabling Business Process Interoperability Using Contract Workflow Models -- Resource-Centric Worklist Visualisation -- CoopFlow: A Framework for Inter-organizational Workflow Cooperation -- Process Mining and Verification of Properties: An Approach Based on Temporal Logic -- A Detailed Investigation of Memory Requirements for Publish/Subscribe Filtering Algorithms -- Mapping Discovery for XML Data Integration -- Colored Petri Nets to Verify Extended Event-Driven Process Chains -- Web Process Dynamic Stepped Extension: Pi-Calculus-Based Model and Inference Experiments -- Petri Net + Nested Relational Calculus = Dataflow -- On the Controlled Evolution of Access Rules in Cooperative Information Systems -- Towards a Tolerance-Based Technique for Cooperative Answering of Fuzzy Queries Against Regular Databases -- Filter Merging for Efficient Information Dissemination -- Don’t Mind Your Vocabulary: Data Sharing Across Heterogeneous Peers -- On the Usage of Global Document Occurrences in Peer-to-Peer Information Systems -- An Approach for Clustering Semantically Heterogeneous XML Schemas -- Semantic Schema Matching -- Unified Semantics for Event Correlation over Time and Space in Hybrid Network Environments -- Semantic-Based Matching and Personalization in FWEB, a Publish/Subscribe-Based Web Infrastructure -- A Cooperative Model for Wide Area Content Delivery Applications -- A Data Stream Publish/Subscribe Architecture with Self-adapting Queries -- Containment of Conjunctive Queries with Arithmetic Expressions -- Multiagent Negotiation for Fair and Unbiased Resource Allocation -- QoS-Based Service Selection and Ranking with Trust and Reputation Management -- An Integrated Alerting Service for Open Digital Libraries: Design and Implementation -- Workflow Data Guards -- Consistency Between e 3 -value Models and Activity Diagrams in a Multi-perspective Development Method -- Maintaining Global Integrity in Federated Relational Databases Using Interactive Component Systems -- RFID Data Management and RFID Information Value Chain Support with RFID Middleware Platform Implementation -- A Collaborative Table Editing Technique Based on Transparent Adaptation -- Inter-enterprise Collaboration Management in Dynamic Business Networks -- Distributed Objects and Applications (DOA)2005 International Conference -- DOA 2005 PC Co-chairs’ Message -- Developing a Web Service for Distributed Persistent Objects in the Context of an XML Database Programming Language -- Comparing Service-Oriented and Distributed Object Architectures -- QoS-Aware Composition of Web Services: An Evaluation of Selection Algorithms -- Extending the UMIOP Specification for Reliable Multicast in CORBA -- Integrating the ROMIOP and ETF Specifications for Atomic Multicast in CORBA -- The Design of Real-Time Fault Detectors -- A CORBA Bidirectional-Event Service for Video and Multimedia Applications -- GREEN: A Configurable and Re-configurable Publish-Subscribe Middleware for Pervasive Computing -- Transparency and Asynchronous Method Invocation -- COROB: A Controlled Resource Borrowing Framework for Overload Handling in Cluster-Based Service Hosting Center -- Accessing X Applications over the World-Wide Web -- Exploiting Application Workload Characteristics to Accurately Estimate Replica Server Response Time -- Automatic Introduction of Mobility for Standard-Based Frameworks -- Empirical Evaluation of Dynamic Local Adaptation for Distributed Mobile Applications -- Middleware for Distributed Context-Aware Systems -- Timely Provisioning of Mobile Services in Critical Pervasive Environments -- Mobility Management and Communication Support for Nomadic Applications -- Platform-Independent Object Migration in CORBA.
such as the modeling of (legal) regulatory systems and the ubiquitous nature of their usage. Weweregladto seethatin 2005undertheinspiredleadershipofDr. Pilar Herrero, several of earlier successful workshops re-emerged with a second or even third edition (notably WOSE, MIOS-INTEROP and GADA), and that 5 new workshops could be hosted and successfully organized by their respective proposers: AWeSOMe, SWWS, CAMS, ORM and SeBGIS. We know that as before, their audiences will mutually productively mingle with those of the main conferences, as is already visible from the overlap in authors! A special mention for 2005 is again due for the second and enlarged edition of the highly successful Doctoral Symposium Workshop. Its 2005 Chairs, Dr. AntoniaAlbani,Dr. PeterSpyns,andDr. JohannesMariaZaha,threeyoungand active post-doc researchers de?ned an original set-up and interactive formula to bring PhD students together: they call them to submit their research proposals for selection; the resulting submissions and their approaches are presented by the students in front of a wider audience at the conference, where they are then independently analyzed and discussed by a panel of senior professors (this year they were Domenico Beneventano, Jaime Delgado, Jan Dietz, and Werner Nutt). These successful students also get free access to “all” other parts of the OTM program, and only pay a minimal fee for the Doctoral Symposium itself (in fact their attendance is largely sponsored by the other participants!). The OTM organizers expect to further expand this model in future editions of the conferences and so draw an audience of young researchers into the OTM forum.