Enterprise Information Systems V by Olivier CampEnterprise Information Systems V by Olivier Camp

Enterprise Information Systems V

byOlivier Camp

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This book comprises a set of papers selected from those presented at the fifth « International Conference on Enterprise Information Systems », (ICEIS'2003) held in Angers, France, from 23 to 26 April 2003. The conference was organised by École Supérieure d'Électronique de l'Ouest (ESEO) of Angers, France and the Escola Superior de Tecnologia of Setúbal, Portugal. Since its first edition in 1999, ICEIS focuses on real world applications and aims at bringing together researchers, engineers and practitioners interested in the advances and business applications of information systems. As in previous years, ICEIS'2003 held four simultaneous tracks covering different aspects of enterprise computing: Databases and Information Systems Integration, Artificial Intelligence and Decision Support Systems, Information Systems Analysis and Specification and Software Agents and Internet Computing. Although ICEIS'2003 received 546 paper submissions from over 50 countries, only 80 were accepted as full papers and presented in 30-minutes oral presentations. With an acceptance rate of 15%, these numbers demonstrate the intention of preserving a high quality forum for future editions of this conference. From the articles accepted as long papers for the conference, only 32 were selected for inclusion in this book Additional keynote lectures, tutorials and industrial sessions were also held during ICEIS'2003, and, for the first time this year, the 1st Doctoral Consortium on Enterprise Information Systems gave PhD students an opportunity to present their work to an international audience of experts in the field of information systems.
Title:Enterprise Information Systems VFormat:PaperbackDimensions:332 pagesPublished:October 19, 2010Publisher:Springer-Verlag/Sci-Tech/TradeLanguage:English

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Preface. Conference Committee. Invited Papers. Evolution of enterprise information systems in the Internet era: contribution and limits of new technologies and architectures; L.A. Maciaszek, et al. Managing change - Evolving the EIS vision; T.J. Greene. Automatic speech recognition: a review; J.-P. Haton. Reasoning with goals to engineer requirements modeling; C. Rolland. Real-time knowledge-based systems for enterprise decision support and systems analysis; A.M.K. Cheng. Is engineering getting out of classical system engineering? M. Léonard. Part 1: Databases and Information Systems Integration. On operations to conform object-oriented schemas; A. Abelló. ERP implementation, cross-functionality and critical change factors; R. El Amrani, et al. A model-driven approach for item synchronization and UCCNET integration in large E-commerce enterprise systems; S. Cheng, et al. Extending groupware for OLAP: where did my time go? S. Edlund, et al. XML-based OLAP query processing in a federated data warehouse; O. Mangisengi, et al. Empirical validation of metrics for UML statechart diagrams; D. Miranda, et al. EPP systems implementation determinants and success measures in China: a case study approach; Liang Zhang, et al. Global query optimization based on multistate cost models for a dynamic multidatabase system; Qiang Zhu, et al. Part 2: Artificial Intelligence and Decision Support Systems. Building intelligent credit scoring systems using decision tables; B. Baesens, et al. Structural hidden Markov model and its application in the automotive industry; D. Bouchaffra, J. Tan. Partial abductive influence in Bayesian networks byusing probability trees; L.M. de Campos, et al. Evaluation of an agent-mediated collaborative production protocol in an instructional design scenario; J.M. Dodero, et al. Symbolic management of imprecision; M. El-Sayed, D. Pacholczyk. A web-based decision support system for tendering processes; N.M.M. Noor, et al. Mining very large datasets with support vector machine algorithms; F. Poulet, Than-Nghi Do. The design and implementation of improved intelligent answering model; Ruimin Shen, Qun Su. Part 3: Information Systems Analysis and Specification. The relevance of a global accounting model in multi-site ERP implementations; K. Bokovec, T. Damij. Towards the enterprise engineering approach for information system modelling across organizational and technical boundaries; R. Gustas, P. Gustiené. Structural conflict avoidance in collaborative ontology engineering; Z. Hellman, A. Gal. Towards adaptive user interfaces generation - one step closer to people; V. López-Jaquero, et al. Analysing requirements for content management; V. Lyytikäinen. Reusing a time ontology; D.N. Peralta, et al. Deriving use cases from data processes - the advantages of DEMO; B. Shishkov, J.L.G. Dietz. How digital is communication in your organization? A metrics and an analysis method; P. Tyrväinen, T. Päivärinta. Part 4: Software Agents and Internet Computing. SOMEONE - a cooperative system for personalized information exchange; L. Agosto, et al. Engineering multiagent systems based on interaction protocols: a compositional Petri net approach; Sea Ling, Seng Wai Loke. Non-repudiation and fairness in electronic data exchange; A. Nenadi&c