Conceptual Modeling – ER 2005

24th International Conference on Conceptual Modeling, Klagenfurt, Austria, October 24-28, 2005. Proceedings

  • Lois Delcambre
  • Christian Kop
  • Heinrich C. Mayr
  • John Mylopoulos
  • Oscar Pastor
Conference proceedings ER 2005

Part of the Lecture Notes in Computer Science book series (LNCS, volume 3716)

Table of contents

  1. Front Matter
  2. Specific Approaches

    1. Nassima Sadou, Dalila Tamzalit, Mourad Oussalah
      Pages 16-30
    2. Matteo Magnani, Nikos Rizopoulos, Peter Mc.Brien, Danilo Montesi
      Pages 31-46
  3. Process Modeling and Views

    1. Pnina Soffer, Colette Rolland
      Pages 47-62
    2. Petia Wohed, Wil M. P. van der Aalst, Marlon Dumas, Arthur H. M. ter Hofstede, Nick Russell
      Pages 63-78
    3. R. Rajugan, Elizabeth Chang, Tharam S. Dillon, Ling Feng
      Pages 79-95
  4. Conceptual Modeling in eLearning

    1. Manuel Caeiro-Rodríguez, Martín Llamas-Nistal, Luis Anido-Rifón
      Pages 96-111
    2. Renate Motschnig-Pitrik, Michael Derntl
      Pages 112-127
  5. Managing Models and Modeling

    1. S. J. B. A. Hoppenbrouwers, H. A. (Erik) Proper, Th. P. van der Weide
      Pages 128-143
    2. Paolo Atzeni, Paolo Cappellari, Philip A. Bernstein
      Pages 160-175
    3. Xavier Burgués, Xavier Franch, Josep M. Ribó
      Pages 176-191
  6. Requirements and Software Engineering

    1. Isabel Díaz, Juan Sánchez, Alfredo Matteo
      Pages 192-208
    2. Jolita Ralyté, Neil Maiden, Colette Rolland, Rébecca Deneckère
      Pages 209-224
  7. Ontologies

    1. Adriana Pereira de Medeiros, Daniel Schwabe, Bruno Feijó
      Pages 241-255
    2. Veda C. Storey, Roger Chiang, G. Lily Chen
      Pages 256-269
    3. Sari Hakkarainen, Darijus Strasunskas, Lillian Hella, Stine Tuxen
      Pages 270-287
  8. Web Services and Navigational Models

    1. Muhammed Al-Muhammed, David W. Embley, Stephen W. Liddle
      Pages 288-303
    2. Pedro Valderas, Joan Fons, Vicente Pelechano
      Pages 320-336
  9. Aspects of Workflow Modeling

    1. Martin Bierbaumer, Johann Eder, Horst Pichler
      Pages 337-352
    2. Nick Russell, Arthur H. M. ter Hofstede, David Edmond, Wil M. P. van der Aalst
      Pages 353-368
    3. Shawn Bowers, Bertram Ludäscher
      Pages 369-384
    4. Panos Vassiliadis, Alkis Simitsis, Manolis Terrovitis, Spiros Skiadopoulos
      Pages 385-400
  10. Queries and OLAP Summaries

  11. Temporal and Spatial Modeling

  12. Back Matter

Other volumes

  1. Conceptual Modeling – ER 2005
    24th International Conference on Conceptual Modeling, Klagenfurt, Austria, October 24-28, 2005. Proceedings
  2. ER 2005 Workshops AOIS, BP-UML, CoMoGIS, eCOMO, and QoIS, Klagenfurt, Austria, October 24-28, 2005. Proceedings

About these proceedings


Conceptual modeling is fundamental to any domain where one must cope with complex real-world situations and systems because it fosters communication - tween technology experts and those who would bene?t from the application of those technologies. Conceptual modeling is the key mechanism for und- standing and representing the domains of information system and database - gineering but also increasingly for other domains including the new “virtual” e-environmentsandtheinformationsystemsthatsupportthem.Theimportance of conceptual modeling in software engineering is evidenced by recent interest in “model-drivenarchitecture”and“extremenon-programming”.Conceptualm- eling also plays a prominent rolein various technical disciplines and in the social sciences. The Annual International Conference on Conceptual Modeling (referred to as the ER Conference) provides a central forum for presenting and discussing current research and applications in which conceptual modeling is the major emphasis. In keeping with this tradition, ER 2005, the 24th ER Conference, spanned the spectrum of conceptual modeling including research and practice in areas such as theories of concepts and ontologies underlying conceptual m- eling, methods and tools for developing and communicating conceptual models, and techniques for transforming conceptual models into e?ective (information) system implementations. Moreover, new areas of conceptual modeling incl- ing Semantic Web services and the interdependencies of conceptual modeling with knowledge-based, logical and linguistic theories and approaches were also addressed.


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Editors and affiliations

  • Lois Delcambre
    • 1
  • Christian Kop
    • 2
  • Heinrich C. Mayr
    • 2
  • John Mylopoulos
    • 3
  • Oscar Pastor
    • 4
  1. 1.Portland State UniversityPortland
  2. 2.Institute for Applied InformaticsAlpen-Adria-Universität KlagenfurtAustria
  3. 3.Dept. of Information Engineering and Computer Science 
  4. 4.Department of Information Systems and ComputationTechnical University of ValenciaValenciaSpain

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