Conceptual Modeling For New Information Systems Technologies: ER 2001 Workshops, HUMACS, DASWIS, ECOMO, and DAMA, Yokohama Japan, November 27-30, 2001 by Hiroshi ArisawaConceptual Modeling For New Information Systems Technologies: ER 2001 Workshops, HUMACS, DASWIS, ECOMO, and DAMA, Yokohama Japan, November 27-30, 2001 by Hiroshi Arisawa

Conceptual Modeling For New Information Systems Technologies: ER 2001 Workshops, HUMACS, DASWIS…

byHiroshi Arisawa, Y. KambayashiEditorYahiko Kambayashi

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The objective of the workshops associated with ER 2001, the 20th International Con- rence on Conceptual Modeling, was to give participants the opportunity to present and discuss emerging hot topics, thus adding new perspectives to conceptual modeling. This, the 20th ER conference, the ?rst of the 21st century, was also the ?rst one in Japan. The conference was held on November 27-30, 2001 at Yokohama National University with 192 participants from 31 countries. ER 2001 encompasses the entire spectrum of c- ceptual modeling, from theoretical aspects to implementations, including fundamentals, applications, and software engineering. In particular, ER 2001 emphasized e-business and reengineering. To meet this objective, we selected the following four topics and planned four international workshops: - International Workshop on Conceptual Modeling of Human/Organizational/Social Aspects of Manufacturing Activities (HUMACS 2001) Manufacturing enterprises have to confront a host of demands. The competitive climate, enhanced by communication and knowledge sharing, will require incr- singly rapid responses to market forces. Customer demands for higher quality, better services, and lower cost will force manufacturers to reach new levels of ?exibility and adaptability. Sophisticated customers will demand products customized to meet their needs. Industries have so far sought to cope with these challenges primarily through advances in traditional capital by installing more powerful hardware and software technology. Attention to the role of humans combined with organizational and social schemes in manufacturing has only been marginal. The workshop HUMACS 2001 aimed to challenge the relevance of this last point.
Title:Conceptual Modeling For New Information Systems Technologies: ER 2001 Workshops, HUMACS, DASWIS…Format:PaperbackDimensions:502 pagesPublished:September 18, 2002Publisher:Springer-Verlag/Sci-Tech/TradeLanguage:English

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HUMACS 2001.- Participation: The Key to Intelligent Manufacturing Improvement.- Challenges in Dealing with Human Factors Issues in Manufacturing Activities.- Extracting E-R Models from Collaboration Analysis Methods, MCM, and CLM.- Living Manufacturing Systems with Living Organizations.- A Study on Human-Centric Real-Time Scheduling for PWB Assembly Line.- The E/S Tool IT-Support for Ergonomic and Sociotechnical System Design.- Construction of Virtual Working Environment and Evaluation of the Workers.- Human Models and Data in the Ubiquitous Information Infrastructure.- Motion Simulation of the Human Workers for the Integrated Computer-Aided Manufacturing Process Simulation Based on Info-Ergonomics Concept.- Human-Body Motion Simulation Using Bone-Based Human Model and Construction of Motion Database.- Ontological Commitment for Participative Simulation.- Dynamic Management Architecture for Human Oriented Production System.- DASWIS 2001.- GeoCosm: A Semantics-Based Approach for Information Integration of Geospatial Data.- Imposing Modeling Rules on Industrial Applications through Meta-modeling.- Modelling Ubiquitous Web Applications - The WUML Approach.- Structuring Web Sites Using Audience Class Hierarchies.- On the Automatic Extraction of Data from the Hidden Web.- MIDAS/BD: A Methodological Framework for Web Database Design.- Translating XQuery into XSLT.- Web Site Evaluation: Methodology and Case Study.- Automatic Web Information Extraction in the RoadRunner System.- Querying Relational Databases without Explicit Joins.- NF-SS: A Normal Form for Semistructured Schema.- A Formal Analysis of the Lightweight Directory Access Protocol.- An XML Document Retrieval System Supporting Structure- and Content-Based Queries.- Extraction of Partial XML Documents Using IR-Based Structure and Contents Analysis.- XDoC-WFMS: A Framework for Document Centric Workflow Management System.- eCOMO 2001.- Active XML Schemas.- Behavior Abstraction in Semantic B2B Integration.- OIL Ontologies for Collaborative Task Performance in Coalitions of Self-Interested Actors.- A Multi-perspective Methodology for Modelling Inter-enterprise Business Processes.- Process Patterns to Generate E-commerce Systems.- Formalising Feasibility and Correctness of Distributed Business Processes.- Modeling Products for Versatile E-commerce Platforms - Essential Requirements and Generic Design Alternatives.- Seamless Personalization of E-commerce Applications.- Discovery of User Preference through Genetic Algorithm and Bayesian Categorization for Recommendation.- DAMA 2001.- Using the Quantum Data Model to Develop Shareable Definitions.