Conceptual Modeling - ER 2007

26th International Conference on Conceptual Modeling, Auckland, New Zealand, November 5-9, 2007. Proceedings

  • Editors
  • Christine Parent
  • Klaus-Dieter Schewe
  • Veda C. Storey
  • Bernhard Thalheim
Conference proceedings ER 2007

Part of the Lecture Notes in Computer Science book series (LNCS, volume 4801)

Table of contents

  1. Front Matter
  2. Keynotes

  3. Data Warehousing and Data Mining

  4. Design Methodologies and Tools

  5. Information and Database Integration

    1. David Kensche, Christoph Quix, Yong Li, Matthias Jarke
      Pages 132-148
    2. Cristiana Bolchini, Elisa Quintarelli, Rosalba Rossato
      Pages 149-164
  6. Information Modelling Concepts and Ontologies

  7. Integrity Constraints

  8. Logical Foundations of Conceptual Modelling

    1. A. Artale, D. Calvanese, R. Kontchakov, V. Ryzhikov, M. Zakharyaschev
      Pages 277-292
    2. David Toman, Grant Weddell
      Pages 293-306
    3. Sven Hartmann, Sebastian Link
      Pages 307-322
  9. Patterns and Conceptual Meta-modelling

    1. Sonia Berman, Thembinkosi Daniel Semwayo
      Pages 338-358
    2. Beat Signer, Moira C. Norrie
      Pages 359-374
  10. Requirements Elicitation

    1. Aditya Ghose, George Koliadis, Arthur Chueng
      Pages 391-406
    2. Tor Stålhane, Guttorm Sindre
      Pages 423-437
    3. Mohd Syazwan Abdullah, Ian Benest, Richard Paige, Chris Kimble
      Pages 438-453
    4. Ivan J. Jureta, Stéphane Faulkner
      Pages 454-469
  11. Reuse and Reengineering

    1. Walid Gaaloul, Sami Bhiri, Armin Haller
      Pages 485-501
    2. Pierre-Antoine Champin, Geert-Jan Houben, Philippe Thiran
      Pages 502-517
  12. Semi-structured Data and XML

    1. Reema Al-Kamha, David W. Embley, Stephen W. Liddle
      Pages 518-533
    2. Franck Ravat, Olivier Teste, Ronan Tournier, Gilles Zurlfluh
      Pages 550-565
  13. Web Information Systems and XML

    1. Joe Tekli, Richard Chbeir, Kokou Yetongnon
      Pages 582-598
    2. Julien Ponge, Boualem Benatallah, Fabio Casati, Farouk Toumani
      Pages 599-614
  14. Back Matter

Other volumes

  1. Conceptual Modeling - ER 2007
    26th International Conference on Conceptual Modeling, Auckland, New Zealand, November 5-9, 2007. Proceedings
  2. ER 2007 Workshops CMLSA, FP-UML, ONISW, QoIS, RIGiM,SeCoGIS, Auckland, New Zealand, November 5-9, 2007. Proceedings

About these proceedings


Conceptual modeling is fundamental to the development of complex systems, because it provides the key communication means between systems developers, end-usersandcustomers.Conceptualmodelingprovideslanguages,methods and tools to understandandrepresentthe applicationdomain;to elicitate,concep- alizeandformalizesystemrequirementsanduserneeds;tocommunicatesystems designs to all stakeholders; to formally verify and validate system designs on high levels of abstractions; and to minimize ambiguities in system development. Initially, conceptual modeling mainly addressed data-intensive information s- tems and contributed to data modeling and database application engineering. The area of conceptual modeling has now matured to encompass all kinds of application areas such as e-applications (including e-business and e-learning), web-based systems (including the semantic web and ubiquitous systems), life science and geographic applications. The annual International Conference on Conceptual Modeling serves as the premiere forum for presenting and discussing researchand applications in all - eas associatedwith conceptual modeling. This year,the Call for Papers solicited contributions dealing with logical and philosophical foundations of conceptual modeling, information modeling concepts including ontologies, correctness in modeling, web-based and mobile information systems, semi-structured data and XML, information and database integration, information retrieval, organization andevaluation,designmethodologiesandtools,reuse,re-engineeringandreverse engineering, quality assurance in conceptual modeling, conceptual change and evolution, data warehousing and data mining, spatial and temporal modeling, business process and work?ow modeling, knowledge management, requirements elicitation, and advanced applications.


XML data mining data warehouse information system modeling ontology tools

Bibliographic information

  • DOI
  • Copyright Information Springer-Verlag Berlin Heidelberg 2007
  • Publisher Name Springer, Berlin, Heidelberg
  • eBook Packages Computer Science Computer Science (R0)
  • Print ISBN 978-3-540-75562-3
  • Online ISBN 978-3-540-75563-0
  • Series Print ISSN 0302-9743
  • Series Online ISSN 1611-3349
  • Buy this book on publisher's site
Industry Sectors
IT & Software
Energy, Utilities & Environment