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 II / edited by Robert Meersman, Zahir Tari.Material type: TextLanguage: English Series: Lecture Notes in Computer Science: 3761Publisher: Berlin, Heidelberg : Springer Berlin Heidelberg, 2005Description: XXVIII, 730 p. Also available online. online resourceContent type: text Media type: computer Carrier type: online resourceISBN: 9783540321200Subject(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
Distributed Objects and Applications (DOA) 2005 International Conference (continued) -- Evaluation of Three Approaches for CORBA Firewall/NAT Traversal -- On the Design of Access Control to Prevent Sensitive Information Leakage in Distributed Object Systems: A Colored Petri Net Based Model -- Offline Business Objects: Enabling Data Persistence for Distributed Desktop Applications -- Middleware Support for Dynamic Component Updating -- Two Ways of Implementing Software Connections Among Distributed Components -- On the Notion of Coupling in Communication Middleware -- A Task-Type Aware Transaction Scheduling Algorithm in J2EE -- Application Object Isolation in Cross-Platform Operating Environments -- Garbage Collection in the Presence of Remote Objects: An Empirical Study -- Peer-to-Peer Distribution Architectures Providing Uniform Download Rates -- JXTA Messaging: Analysis of Feature-Performance Tradeoffs and Implications for System Design -- An Aspect-Oriented Communication Middleware System -- Using AOP to Customize a Reflective Middleware -- Ontologies, Databases and Applications of Semantics (ODBASE) 2005 International Conference -- ODBASE 2005 PC Co-Chairs’ Message -- Inferring Complex Semantic Mappings Between Relational Tables and Ontologies from Simple Correspondences -- Ontology Transformation and Reasoning for Model-Driven Architecture -- Multidimensional RDF -- GeRoMe: A Generic Role Based Metamodel for Model Management -- Probabilistic Iterative Duplicate Detection -- Efficient Processing of XPath Queries with Structured Overlay Networks -- Community Based Ranking in Peer-to-Peer Networks -- Ontology–Based Representation and Query Colour Descriptions from Botanical Documents -- Creating Ontologies for Content Representation—The OntoSeed Suite -- Fully Automatic Construction of Enterprise Ontologies Using Design Patterns: Initial Method and First Experiences -- Automatic Ontology Extraction from Unstructured Texts -- Metadata Management in a Multiversion Data Warehouse -- Metadata Management for Ad-Hoc InfoWare – A Rescue and Emergency Use Case for Mobile Ad-Hoc Scenarios -- Managing Petri Nets in MOF Repositories -- A Meta-ontological Architecture for Foundational Ontologies -- Web Image Semantic Clustering -- Biomedical Retrieval: How Can a Thesaurus Help? -- Hybrid Model for Semantic Similarity Measurement -- Ontology-Based Spatial Query Expansion in Information Retrieval -- Security Ontology for Annotating Resources -- An Ontology for Mobile Agents in the Context of Formal Verification -- Evaluating Ontology Criteria for Requirements in a Geographic Travel Domain -- A Self-monitoring System to Satisfy Data Quality Requirements -- An Ontology- and Resources-Based Approach to Evolution and Reactivity in the Semantic Web -- Automatic Web Service Composition Based on Graph Network Analysis Metrics -- ODBASE 2005 Short Papers -- Two Reasoning Methods for Extended Fuzzy ALCH -- Expressing Preferences in a Viewpoint Ontology -- Architecting Ontology for Scalability and Versatility -- OWL-Based User Preference and Behavior Routine Ontology for Ubiquitous System -- Reasoning on Dynamically Built Reasoning Space with Ontology Modules -- An Efficient Branch Query Rewriting Algorithm for XML Query Optimization -- Automated Migration of Data-Intensive Web Pages into Ontology-Based Semantic Web: A Reverse Engineering Approach.
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.