Next Generation Information Technologies and Systems: 6th International Conference, NGITS 2006, Kebbutz Sehfayim, Israel, July 4-6, 2006, Proceedings by Opher EtzionNext Generation Information Technologies and Systems: 6th International Conference, NGITS 2006, Kebbutz Sehfayim, Israel, July 4-6, 2006, Proceedings by Opher Etzion

Next Generation Information Technologies and Systems: 6th International Conference, NGITS 2006…

byOpher EtzionEditorTsvi Kuflik, Amihai Motro

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Information technology is a rapidly changing field in which researchers and developers must continuously set their vision on the next generation of technologies and the systems that they enable. Suitably, Next-Generation Information Technologies and Systems (NGITS) is an ongoing series of workshops that provides a forum for presenting and discussing the latest advances in information technology. NGITS took are international events held in Israel; previous workshops took place in 1993, 1995, 1997, 1999 and 2002. The call for papers for the 2006 workshop was answered by 138 papers on a very diverse range of subjects, thus presenting a considerable challenge to the Program Committee. Each of these papers received professional reviewing from at least three experts, and eventually 32 papers (less than 25%) were selected for presentation at the workshop and inclusion in these proceedings. Of these, 28 are full-length papers and 4 are short papers. In addition, several research works were selected to display "poster" presentations, and a number of research projects exhibited demonstrations. Finally, the workshop featured three keynote lectures by notable experts. The selected papers may be classified roughly in ten broad areas: ? Information systems development ? Distributed systems ? Semi-structured data ? Data mining and agent-oriented computing ? User-oriented design ? Frameworks, models and taxonomies ? Simulation and incremental computing ? Information integration ? Security and privacy ? Next-generation applications This event is the culmination of efforts by many talented and dedicated individuals.
Title:Next Generation Information Technologies and Systems: 6th International Conference, NGITS 2006…Format:PaperbackDimensions:366 pages, 23.5 × 15.5 × 1.73 inPublished:June 20, 2006Publisher:Springer-Verlag/Sci-Tech/TradeLanguage:English

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Full Papers.- Efficiently Updating Cost Repository Values for Query Optimization on Web Data Sources in a Mediator/Wrapper Environment.- TupleRank: Ranking Discovered Content in Virtual Databases.- Next-Generations Applications.- Analysis of Queries Reaching SHIL on the Web - An Information System Providing Citizen Information.- On Mediated Search of the United States Holocaust Memorial Museum Data.- A Repository of Services for the Government to Businesses Relationship.- Information Systems Development.- Towards Automatic Integration of Persistency Requirements in Enterprise-Systems - The Persistent-to-Persistent Patterns.- Consistency of UML Class Diagrams with Hierarchy Constraints.- A Framework-Based Design for Supporting Availability of Layered Distributed Applications.- Security and Privacy.- Web Application Security Gateway with Java Non-blocking IO.- Microaggregation for Database and Location Privacy.- Efficient Caching Strategies for Gnutella-Like Systems to Achieve Anonymity in Unstructured P2P File Sharing.- Semi-structured Data.- Conjunctive Queries over DAGs.- Incrementally Computing Ordered Answers of Acyclic Conjunctive Queries.- Count-Constraints for Generating XML.- Frameworks, Models and Taxonomies.- A Data Model for Music Information Retrieval.- A Taxonomy and Representation of Sources of Uncertainty in Active Systems.- Analyzing Object-Oriented Design Patterns from an Object-Process Viewpoint.- Simulation and Incremental Computing.- Modeling and Simulation of Grid Information Service.- Simulations of Distributed Service-Based Content Adaptation for Network Optimization.- Distributed Systems.- Second Order Snapshot-Log Relations: Supporting Multi-directional Database Replication Using Asynchronous Snapshot Replication.- The Replica Management for Wide-Area Distributed Computing Environments.- Developing Parallel Cell-Based Filtering Scheme Under Shared-Nothing Cluster-Based Architecture.- User Oriented Design.- How Deep Should It Be? On the Optimality of Hierarchical Architectures.- A Spreadsheet Client for Web Applications.- Dynamic Construction of User Defined Virtual Cubes.- Data Mining and Agent-Oriented Computing.- Automatic Discovery of Regular Expression Patterns Representing Negated Findings in Medical Narrative Reports.- A Hybrid Method for Speeding SVM Training.- Design of Service Management System in OSGi Based Ubiquitous Computing Environment.- Short Papers.- Creating Consistent Diagnoses List for Developmental Disorders Using UMLS.- Enhancing Domain Engineering with Aspect-Orientation.- An Agent-Oriented Approach to Semantic Web Services.- Biometrics Authenticated Key Agreement Scheme.- Posters and Demonstrations.- The Third Query Paradigm.- ?-xSynopses - a System for Run-Time Management of XML Synopses.- LTS: The List-Traversal Synopses System.- The Promise and Challenge of Multidimensional Visualization.- : Bridging the Gap Between Web Services and the Semantic Web.- - A Scalable and Efficient Framework for Online Data Delivery.- Invited Talks.- Next Generation Enterprise IT Systems.- The Future of Web Search: From Information Retrieval to Information Supply.- Is There Life After the Internet?.