Oois'97: 1997 International Conference on Object Oriented Information Systems 10-12 November 1997, Brisbane by Maria E. OrlowskaOois'97: 1997 International Conference on Object Oriented Information Systems 10-12 November 1997, Brisbane by Maria E. Orlowska

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The papers published here highlight the contributions of leading researchers in the field who are working with object-oriented technology, theory and practice. Among the topics to be covered are: object-relational data technology; distributed object computing; patterns and frameworks; concepts and methodologies; multimedia systems; object-0riented metrics; object reuse; object ontologies; business process re-design; knowledge management; object database management systems; and interoperability issues. Areas of significant interest to industry, especially in providing innovative directions for the development of next generation systems, are also covered.
Title:Oois'97: 1997 International Conference on Object Oriented Information Systems 10-12 November 1997…Format:PaperbackDimensions:538 pages, 9.25 × 6.1 × 0.01 inPublished:November 1, 1997Publisher:Springer London

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Keynote Address: Object-Oriented Information Systems in the 21st Century.Dan Fishman (Chief Architect, Informix Software Inc, USA).- Object Oriented Methodologies: Complexity and Maintenance: A Comparative Study of Object-Oriented and Structured Methodologies. Richard J. (Dick) Whiddett, Michael A. Bailey (Massey University, New Zealand).Systems Oriented Analysis and Design Directions: A Suggested Evolution from the Object Model. Craig E. Perritt (BHP Information Technology, Australia).- Query Processing: Query Evaluation in an Object-Oriented Multimedia Mediator.Joachim Biskup, Jörgen Freitag, Yöcel Karabulut, Barbara Sprick (Universität Dortmund, Germany). A Concatenated Signature Scheme on Path Dictionary for Query Processing of Composite Objects.Hakgene Shin (Kijeon Womens Junior College, Korea), Heeju Lee, Jaewoo Chang (Chonbuk National University, Korea). An Approach to Query Translation in a Federation of Distributed Heterogeneous Database Systems.Xuequn Wu (Deutsche Telekom AG, Germany).- Modelling Issues I: A Practical Formally-Based Modelling Method for Object Oriented Information Systems.Kinh Nguyen (Victoria University of Technology, Australia), Tharam Dillon (La Trobe University, Australia).Viewpoints in Object-Oriented Databases.Hala Naja (CRIN, Centre de Recherche en Informatique de Nancy, France), Noureddine Mouaddib (IRIN, Institut de Recherche en Informatique de Nantes, France).Construction of a Modelling Framework for Health Information.Paul Ryder, Graham Pervan, Donald McDermid (Curtin University of Technology, Australia).- Transaction Processing and Concurrency Control: A Performance Evaluation for a Concurrency Control Mechanism in an ODBMS. Mohsen Beheshti (University of Houston-Downtown, USA). A Transaction Model to Support Disconnected Operation in a Mobile Computing Environment. A. Rasheed, A. Zaslavsky (Monash University, Australia). Legacy Transactional Systems Integration Framework. Simone Sidillot, Jian Liang (INRIA, France).- Applications: A Dynamic Business Object Architecture for an Insurance Industrial Project. Kitty Hung (South Bank University, UK), Yuan Sun (Compuware Ltd, UK), Tony Rose (CAD Consultants Ltd, UK). Automatic Drawing of Structured Digraphs. Hui Yao (NTT International Corporation, Japan). Making O2 become a WWW Server. Frank Buddrus, Sven-Eric Lautemann (Johann Wolfgang Goethe-Universitdt, Germany), Marco Bellavia (Universit`Statale di Milano, Italy)- Modelling Issues II: Subject Composition by Roles. Bent Bruun Kristensen (Odense University, Denmark). Assessing Inheritance for the Multiple Descendant Redefinition Problem in OO Systems. Philippe Li-Thiao-Ti, Jessie Kennedy, John Owens (Napier University, Scotland). An Aggregation Model and its C++ Implementation Manuel Kolp, Alain Pirotte (Universiti Catholique de Louvain, Belgium).- Re-Usability I: Behavioural Pattern Analysis Approach. R Chafi, C.R. Carlson (Illinois Institute of Technology, USA). Enhancing Reusability and Maintainability in NDOOM. Li Xuandong, Zheng Guoliang (Nanjing University, China). Temporal Business Objects: A Waste of Time? Paul Schleifer (South Bank University, UK), Yuan Sun (Compuware Ltd, UK), Dilip Patel (South Bank University, UK).- Modelling Issues III: Classifying Approaches to Object Oriented Analysis of Work with Activity Theory. Ole SmXrdal (University of Oslo, Norway). Race Scheduling Controls for Object Systems. En-Hsin Huang, Tzilla Elrad (Illinois Institute of Technology, USA). Quality of Service Object-Oriented Modeling at the Operating System Level. Hanan Bentaleb (Universiti Paul Sabatier, France).- Re-usability II: A Descriptive Language for Information Object Reuse through Virtual Documents. Anne-Marie Vercoustre, Frangois Paradis (CSIRO Mathematical & Information Sciences, Australia). Generic Reusable Business Object Modelling - A Framework and its Application in British Telecommunications plc. Islam Choudbury (South Bank University, UK), Yuan Sun (Compuware Ltd, UK), Dilip Patel (South Bank University, UK) Object-Oriented Approaches to Software Reuse. Jan Seruga, Francis Pasinos (Australian Catholic University, Australia).- Architectural Issues: Realizing Object-Relational Databases by Mixing Tables with Objects. Chengfei Liu (DSTC, Distributed Systems Technology Centre, Australia), Maria E. Orlowska, Hui Li (The University of Queensland, Australia). CORBA and ODBMSs in Viewpoint Development Environment Architectures. Wolfgang Emmerich (City University, UK). An Agent-Based Coordination Model on Workflow Databases. Takeo Kunishima (Nara Institute of Science & Technology, Japan), Kazumasa Yokota (Okayama Prefectural University, Japan) Object Orientation in Spatial Structures: Inheritance of Multimedia Class having Temporal-Spatial Structures. Jisook Park, Sukho Lee (Seoul National University, Korea). Design and Implementation of Object-Oriented Spatial Views. Sang-Ho Moon, Bong-Hee Hong (Pusan National University, Korea). Two Levels of Spatial Data Modeling for an Object-Oriented Spatial Database System. Yang Hee Kim (Suwon Industrial College, Korea).- Database Design and Views: Object-Oriented Design of a Database Engine for Multidimensional Discrete Data. P. Furtado, R. Ritsch, N. Widmann, P. Zoller, P. Baumann (FORWISS, Bavarian Research Center for Knowledge-Based Systems, Germany). Updating Virtual Complex Objects. Zohra Bellahsene (LIRMM, France). Re-Engineering Relational Normal Forms in an Object-Oriented Framework. James L. Johnson (Western Washington University, USA), George Fernandez (Royal Melbourne Institute of Technology, Australia).- Software Engineering/Development: A Framework for Component-Oriented Tool Integration. Kai-Uwe Sattler (University of Magdeburg, Germany). A Refined Meta-Model Approach to Education for the Transition to Object Technology. Eugene Eric Doroshenko (University of Tasmania, Australia). Version-Based Index Management in an Object Database System to Support Software Engineering Applications. Wiebke Reimer (University of Paderborn, Germany).- Large Scale Environments: Disseminating Object-Oriented Applications in Large Scale Environments. Arnd G. Grosse, Dietmar A. Kottmann, Jvrn Hartroth (University of Karlsruhe, Germany). CJava: Introducing Concurrent Objects in Java. Gianpaolo Cugola, Carlo Ghezzi (Politecnico di Milano, Italy).