Object-oriented Information Systems: 8th International Conference, OOIS 2002, Montpellier, France, September 2-5, 2002, Proceedings by Zohra BellahseneObject-oriented Information Systems: 8th International Conference, OOIS 2002, Montpellier, France, September 2-5, 2002, Proceedings by Zohra Bellahsene

Object-oriented Information Systems: 8th International Conference, OOIS 2002, Montpellier, France…

byZohra BellahseneEditorDILIP PATEL, Colette Rolland

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The OOIS series of conferences has provided a forum for the presentation and exchange of academic research and industrial experiences within the ?eld of information systems, based on object-oriented technology. The 8th International Conference on OOIS was held in the University of Montpellier from 2nd to 5th September 2002. The conference focused on the - sign, maintenance and implementation of web-based information systems. The ?rst day consisted of preconference workshops. The workshop themes included the specialization/generalization hierarchy, reuse, optimization in web-based - formation systems, and model-driven software development. The main conference program also included four invited papers, namely "C- porate Semantic Webs" by Dr. Rose Dieng, INRIA, France, "A Framework for De?ning E-business Models" by Prof. Yves Pigneur, University of Lausanne, Switzerland, "GRID in E-business" by Pierre Sabloni`ere, IBM, France, and "The Latest Development on Cognitive Informatics" by Dr. Yingxu Wang, University of Calgary, Canada. The conference attracted 116 papers from more than 20 countries and the program committee accepted 34 regular papers and 17 short papers. The selected papers included the following themes: - advanced object-information systems, - web-based information systems, - knowledge management in object information systems, - CORBA, - e-business, - software metrics, - object databases.
Title:Object-oriented Information Systems: 8th International Conference, OOIS 2002, Montpellier, France…Format:PaperbackDimensions:550 pages, 23.5 × 15.5 × 0.01 inPublished:August 21, 2002Publisher:Springer-Verlag/Sci-Tech/TradeLanguage:English

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Table of Contents

Invited Talks.- Corporate Semantic Webs.- A Framework for Defining E-business Models.- GRID in E-business.- The Latest Development on Cognitive Informatics.- Developping Web Services.- Pluggable Services for Tailorable E-content Delivery.- An Object-Oriented Approach for Designing Administrative E-forms and Transactional E-services.- Trust Objects in Electronic Commerce Transactions.- Object Databases.- OODBMS Metamodel Supporting Configuration Management of Large Applications.- Generic Applications for Object-Oriented Databases.- Validated Cost Models for Parallel OQL Query Processing.- An Object-Oriented Schema for Querying Audio.- XML and Web.- Supporting Web Development in the OPEN Process: Additional Roles and Techniques.- Semantic Integration of Heterogeneous XML Data Sources.- F2/XML: Storing XML Documents in Object Databases.- Customization Policies Need more than Rule Objects.- Component and Ontology.- Using Meta-patterns to Construct Patterns.- A Tool and a Formalism to Design and Apply Patterns.- A Support System for Reuse Knowledge Components.- Object Oriented Design Knowledge: Ontology and Measurement of Impact.- Generating Domain Models from Ontologies.- UML Modelling.- A Framework to Review Complex Experimental Knowledge.- A Framework to Translate UML Class Generalization into Java Code.- UML Aspect Specification Using Role Models.- Generic XMI-Based UML Model Transformations.- A UML Variant for Modeling System Searchability.- Object Modeling and Information Systems Adaptation.- A Methodological Framework for Understanding IS Adaptation through Enterprise Change.- Adapting Analysis and Design to Software Context: The JECKO Approach.- Organizational Transition to Object Technology: Theory and Practice.- Reflective Analysis and Design for Adapting Object Run-Time Behavior.- E-business Models and Workflow.- Generation of Object Models for Information Systems from Business System Models.- Requirements Capture Workflow in Global Information Systems.- Supporting Development of Enterprise JavaBeans through Declarative Meta Programming.- Performance and Method Evaluation.- Evaluating the DSMIO Cache-Coherence Algorithm in Cluster-Based Parallel ODBMS.- A Retrieval Technique for Software Components Using Directed Replaceability Similarity.- Evaluating Information Systems Development Methods: A New Framework.- Programming and Tests.- Non-functional Capability-Based Access Control in the Java Environment.- A European COTS Architecture with Built-in Tests.- Active Objects for Coordination in Distributed Testing.- Associative Modeling and Programming.- Software Engineering Metrics.- A Controlled Experiment for Validating Class Diagram Structural Complexity Metrics.- Domain-Specific Runtime Variability in Product Line Architectures.- Methodological Approach to Software Quality Assurance through High-Level Object-Oriented Metrics.- Sizing Use Cases: How to Create a Standard Metrical Approach.- Web-Based Information Systems.- Progressive Access: A Step towards Adaptability in Web-Based Information Systems.- A Contribution to Multimedia Document Modeling and Organizing.- An Object Oriented Collaboration Flow Management System for Virtual Team Support.- Architecture and Corba.- Connectors for CORBA Components.- Non-functional Replication Management in the Corba Component Model.- A Responsive Client Architecture with Local Object Behavior Deployment.- Structuring Product-Lines: A Layered Architectural Style.- Integrating Heterogeneous Communication and Messaging Systems in an Object-Oriented Middleware Framework.- Roles and Evolvable Objects.- Object Schizophrenia Problem in Object Role System Design.- Roles and Aspects: Similarities, Differences, and Synergetic Potential.- Flexible Object-Oriented Views Using Method Propagation.- Towards an Assisted Reorganization of Is_A Hierarchies.