On the Move to Meaningful Internet Systems 2006: CoopIS, DOA, GADA, and ODBASE [electronic resource] : OTM Confederated International Conferences, CoopIS, DOA, GADA, and ODBASE 2006, Montpellier, France, October 29 - November 3, 2006. Proceedings, Part I / edited by Robert Meersman, Zahir Tari.Material type: TextLanguage: English Series: Lecture Notes in Computer Science: 4275Publisher: Berlin, Heidelberg : Springer Berlin Heidelberg, 2006Description: XXXI, 1115 p. Also available online. online resourceContent type: text Media type: computer Carrier type: online resourceISBN: 9783540482895Subject(s): Computer science | Computer Communication Networks | Database management | Information storage and retrieval 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
Cooperative Information Systems (CoopIS) 2006 International Conference -- CoopIS 2006 International Conference (International Conference on Cooperative Information Systems) PC Co-chairs’ Message -- Keynote -- Workflow-Based Coordination and Cooperation in a Service World -- Distributed Information Systems I -- Distributed Triggers for Peer Data Management -- Satisfaction-Based Query Load Balancing -- Efficient Dynamic Operator Placement in a Locally Distributed Continuous Query System -- Distributed Information Systems II -- Views for Simplifying Access to Heterogeneous XML Data -- SASMINT System for Database Interoperability in Collaborative Networks -- Querying E-Catalogs Using Content Summaries -- Workflow Modelling -- WorkflowNet2BPEL4WS: A Tool for Translating Unstructured Workflow Processes to Readable BPEL -- Let’s Dance: A Language for Service Behavior Modeling -- Dependability and Flexibility Centered Approach for Composite Web Services Modeling -- Aspect-Oriented Workflow Languages -- Workflow Management and Discovery -- A Portable Approach to Exception Handling in Workflow Management Systems -- Methods for Enabling Recovery Actions in Ws-BPEL -- BPEL Processes Matchmaking for Service Discovery -- Evaluation of Technical Measures for Workflow Similarity Based on a Pilot Study -- Dynamic and Adaptable Workflows -- Evolution of Process Choreographies in DYCHOR -- Worklets: A Service-Oriented Implementation of Dynamic Flexibility in Workflows -- Change Mining in Adaptive Process Management Systems -- Services Metrics and Pricing -- A Link-Based Ranking Model for Services -- Quality Makes the Information Market -- Bid-Based Approach for Pricing Web Service -- Formal Approaches to Services -- Customizable-Resources Description, Selection, and Composition: A Feature Logic Based Approach -- Defining and Modelling Service-Based Coordinated Systems -- Web Service Mining and Verification of Properties: An Approach Based on Event Calculus -- Trust and Security in Cooperative IS -- Establishing a Trust Relationship in Cooperative Information Systems -- A Unifying Framework for Behavior-Based Trust Models -- A WS-Based Infrastructure for Integrating Intrusion Detection Systems in Large-Scale Environments -- P2P Systems -- An Adaptive Probabilistic Replication Method for Unstructured P2P Networks -- Towards Truthful Feedback in P2P Data Structures -- Efficient Peer-to-Peer Belief Propagation -- Collaborative Systems Design and Development -- Designing Cooperative IS: Exploring and Evaluating Alternatives -- Natural MDA: Controlled Natural Language for Action Specifications on Model Driven Development -- Managing Distributed Collaboration in a Peer-to-Peer Network -- Collaborative Systems Development -- Developing Collaborative Applications Using Sliverware -- A Framework for Building Collaboration Tools by Leveraging Industrial Components -- Evaluation of a Conceptual Model-Based Method for Discovery of Dependency Links -- Cooperative IS Applications -- Advanced Recommendation Models for Mobile Tourist Information -- Keeping Track of the Semantic Web: Personalized Event Notification -- A Gestures and Freehand Writing Interaction Based Electronic Meeting Support System with Handhelds -- Ontologies, Databases and Applications of Semantics (ODBASE) 2006 International Conference -- ODBASE 2006 International Conference (Ontologies, DataBases, and Applications of Semantics) PC Co-chairs’ Message -- Keynote -- SomeWhere: A Scalable Peer-to-Peer Infrastructure for Querying Distributed Ontologies -- Foundations -- Querying Ontology Based Database Using OntoQL (An Ontology Query Language) -- Description Logic Reasoning with Syntactic Updates -- From Folksologies to Ontologies: How the Twain Meet -- Transactional Behavior of a Workflow Instance -- Metadata -- An Open Architecture for Ontology-Enabled Content Management Systems: A Case Study in Managing Learning Objects -- Ontology Supported Automatic Generation of High-Quality Semantic Metadata -- Brokering Multisource Data with Quality Constraints -- Design -- Enhancing the Business Analysis Function with Semantics -- Ontology Engineering: A Reality Check -- Conceptual Design for Domain and Task Specific Ontology-Based Linguistic Resources -- Ontology Mappings -- Model-Driven Tool Interoperability: An Application in Bug Tracking -- Reducing the Cost of Validating Mapping Compositions by Exploiting Semantic Relationships -- Using Fuzzy Conceptual Graphs to Map Ontologies -- Formalism-Independent Specification of Ontology Mappings – A Metamodeling Approach -- Information Integration -- Virtual Integration of Existing Web Databases for the Genotypic Selection of Cereal Cultivars -- SMOP: A Semantic Web and Service Driven Information Gathering Environment for Mobile Platforms -- Integrating Data from the Web by Machine-Learning Tree-Pattern Queries -- Agents -- HISENE2: A Reputation-Based Protocol for Supporting Semantic Negotiation -- An HL7-Aware Multi-agent System for Efficiently Handling Query Answering in an e-Health Context -- PersoNews: A Personalized News Reader Enhanced by Machine Learning and Semantic Filtering -- Contexts -- An Ontology-Based Approach for Managing and Maintaining Privacy in Information Systems -- Ontology-Based User Context Management: The Challenges of Imperfection and Time-Dependence -- Moving Towards Automatic Generation of Information Demand Contexts: An Approach Based on Enterprise Models and Ontology Slicing -- Similarity and Matching -- Semantic Similarity of Ontology Instances Tailored on the Application Context -- Finding Similar Objects Using a Taxonomy: A Pragmatic Approach -- Towards an Inductive Methodology for Ontology Alignment Through Instance Negotiation -- Combining Web-Based Searching with Latent Semantic Analysis to Discover Similarity Between Phrases -- A Web-Based Novel Term Similarity Framework for Ontology Learning -- Errata -- Erratum -- Erratum: Web Service Mining and Verification of Properties: An Approach Based on Event Calculus.
Following and expanding the model created in 2003, we again solicited and selected quality workshop proposals to complement the more “archival” nature of the main conferences with research results in a number of selected and more “avant garde” areas related to the general topic of distributed computing. For instance, the so-called Semantic Web has given rise to several novel research areas combining linguistics, information systems technology, and arti?cial int- ligence, such as the modeling of (legal) regulatory systems and the ubiquitous nature of their usage. We were glad to see that several earlier successful wo- shops (notably WOSE, MIOS-INTEROP, AweSOMe, CAMS, SWWS, SeBGIS, ORM) re-appeared in 2006 with a second, third or sometimes fourth edition, and that not less than seven new workshops could be hosted and successfully organizedby their respectiveproposers:IS (InternationalWorkshopon Infor- tion Security), COMINF (International Workshop on Community Informatics), KSinBIT (International Workshop on Knowledge Systems in Bioinformatics), MONET (International Workshop on MObile and NEtworking Technologies for social applications), OnToContent (Ontology content and evaluation in Ent- prise), PerSys (International Workshop on Pervasive Systems), and RDDS (- ternational Workshop on Reliability in Decentralized Distributed Systems). 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! The OTM organizers are especially grateful for the leadership and competence of Pilar Herrero in managing this complex process into a success for the second year in a row.