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Conceptual Modeling – ER ’98 [electronic resource] :17th International Conference on Conceptual Modeling, Singapore, November 16-19, 1998. Proceedings /

Contributor(s): Ling, Tok-Wang [editor.] | Ram, Sudha [editor.] | Lee, Mong Li [editor.] | SpringerLink (Online service).
Material type: materialTypeLabelBookSeries: Lecture Notes in Computer Science: 1507Publisher: Berlin, Heidelberg : Springer Berlin Heidelberg, 1998.Description: XVI, 482 p. online resource.Content type: text Media type: computer Carrier type: online resourceISBN: 9783540495246.Subject(s): Computer science | Data structures (Computer science) | Mathematical logic | Computers | Database management | Computer simulation | Computer Science | Simulation and Modeling | Data Structures, Cryptology and Information Theory | Database Management | Information Systems Applications (incl. Internet) | Mathematical Logic and Formal Languages | Models and PrinciplesOnline resources: Click here to access online
Contents:
Keynote 1: -- The Rise, Fall and Return of Software Industry in Japan -- Session 1: Conceptual Modeling and Design -- Conceptual Design and Development of Information Services -- An EER-Based Conceptual Model and Query Language for Time-Series Data -- Chrono: A Conceptual Design Framework for Temporal Entities -- Session 2: User Interface Modeling -- Designing Well-Structured Websites: Lessons to Be Learned from Database Schema Methodology -- Formalizing the Informational Content of Database User Interfaces -- Session 3: Information Retrieval on the Web -- A Conceptual-Modeling Approach to Extracting Data from the Web -- Information Coupling in Web Databases -- Structure-Based Queries over the World Wide Web -- Session 4: Semantics and Constraints -- Integrated Approach for Modelling of Semantic and Pragmatic Dependencies of Information Systems -- Inference of Aggregate Relationships through Database Reverse Engineering -- On the Consistency of Int-cardinality Constraints -- Panel 1: -- Realizing Next Generation Internet Applications: Are There Genuine Research Problems, or Is It Advanced Product Development? -- Keynote 2: -- Web Sites Need Models and Schemes -- Session 5: Conceptual Modeling Tools -- ARTEMIS: A Process Modeling and Analysis Tool Environment -- From Object Oriented Conceptual Modeling to Automated Programming in Java -- An Evaluation of Two Approaches to Exploiting Real-World Knowledge by Intelligent Database Design Tools -- Session 6: Quality and Reliability Metrics -- Metrics for Evaluating the Quality of Entity Relationship Models -- A Transformational Approach to Correct Schema Refinements -- The Guidelines of Modeling – An Approach to Enhance the Quality in Information Models -- Industrial Session 1: Industrial Experiences in Conceptual Modeling -- Improving the Quality of Entity Relationship Models—Experience in Research and Practice -- The Troll Approach to Conceptual Modelling: Syntax, Semantics, and Tools -- Process Failure in a Rapidly Changing High-Tech Organisation: A System Dynamics View -- Session 7: Object-Oriented Database Management Systems -- ROL2: A Real Deductive Object-Oriented Database Language -- Multiobjects to Ease Schema Evolution in an OODBMS -- Implementation of Automatic Lock Determination in C++-Based OODBMSs -- Panel 2: -- Do We Need Information Modeling for the Information Highway? -- Session 8: Data Warehousing -- Design and Analysis of Quality Information for Data Warehouses -- Data Warehouse Schema and Instance Design -- Reducing Algorithms for Materialized View Updates -- Industrial Session 2: Industrial Case Studies -- Reengineering Conventional Data and Process Models with Business Object Models: A Case Study Based on SAP R/3 and UML -- An Active Conceptual Model for Fixed Income Securities Analysis for Multiple Financial Institutions -- An Entomological Collections Database Model for INPA -- Session 9: Object-Oriented Approaches -- A Global Object Model for Accommodating Instance Heterogeneities -- On Formalizing the UML Object Constraint Language OCL -- Derived Horizontal Class Partitioning in OODBs: Design Strategies, Analytical Model, and Evaluation.
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Keynote 1: -- The Rise, Fall and Return of Software Industry in Japan -- Session 1: Conceptual Modeling and Design -- Conceptual Design and Development of Information Services -- An EER-Based Conceptual Model and Query Language for Time-Series Data -- Chrono: A Conceptual Design Framework for Temporal Entities -- Session 2: User Interface Modeling -- Designing Well-Structured Websites: Lessons to Be Learned from Database Schema Methodology -- Formalizing the Informational Content of Database User Interfaces -- Session 3: Information Retrieval on the Web -- A Conceptual-Modeling Approach to Extracting Data from the Web -- Information Coupling in Web Databases -- Structure-Based Queries over the World Wide Web -- Session 4: Semantics and Constraints -- Integrated Approach for Modelling of Semantic and Pragmatic Dependencies of Information Systems -- Inference of Aggregate Relationships through Database Reverse Engineering -- On the Consistency of Int-cardinality Constraints -- Panel 1: -- Realizing Next Generation Internet Applications: Are There Genuine Research Problems, or Is It Advanced Product Development? -- Keynote 2: -- Web Sites Need Models and Schemes -- Session 5: Conceptual Modeling Tools -- ARTEMIS: A Process Modeling and Analysis Tool Environment -- From Object Oriented Conceptual Modeling to Automated Programming in Java -- An Evaluation of Two Approaches to Exploiting Real-World Knowledge by Intelligent Database Design Tools -- Session 6: Quality and Reliability Metrics -- Metrics for Evaluating the Quality of Entity Relationship Models -- A Transformational Approach to Correct Schema Refinements -- The Guidelines of Modeling – An Approach to Enhance the Quality in Information Models -- Industrial Session 1: Industrial Experiences in Conceptual Modeling -- Improving the Quality of Entity Relationship Models—Experience in Research and Practice -- The Troll Approach to Conceptual Modelling: Syntax, Semantics, and Tools -- Process Failure in a Rapidly Changing High-Tech Organisation: A System Dynamics View -- Session 7: Object-Oriented Database Management Systems -- ROL2: A Real Deductive Object-Oriented Database Language -- Multiobjects to Ease Schema Evolution in an OODBMS -- Implementation of Automatic Lock Determination in C++-Based OODBMSs -- Panel 2: -- Do We Need Information Modeling for the Information Highway? -- Session 8: Data Warehousing -- Design and Analysis of Quality Information for Data Warehouses -- Data Warehouse Schema and Instance Design -- Reducing Algorithms for Materialized View Updates -- Industrial Session 2: Industrial Case Studies -- Reengineering Conventional Data and Process Models with Business Object Models: A Case Study Based on SAP R/3 and UML -- An Active Conceptual Model for Fixed Income Securities Analysis for Multiple Financial Institutions -- An Entomological Collections Database Model for INPA -- Session 9: Object-Oriented Approaches -- A Global Object Model for Accommodating Instance Heterogeneities -- On Formalizing the UML Object Constraint Language OCL -- Derived Horizontal Class Partitioning in OODBs: Design Strategies, Analytical Model, and Evaluation.

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