Advances in Conceptual Modeling – Foundations and by Yi-Ping Phoebe Chen, Sven Hartmann (auth.), Jean-Luc

By Yi-Ping Phoebe Chen, Sven Hartmann (auth.), Jean-Luc Hainaut, Elke A. Rundensteiner, Markus Kirchberg, Michela Bertolotto, Mathias Brochhausen, Yi-Ping Phoebe Chen, Samira Si-Saïd Cherfi, Martin Doerr, Hyoil Han, Sven Hartmann, Jeffrey Parsons, Geert Poel

The twenty sixth overseas convention on Conceptual Modeling in Auckland, New Zealand, hosted six workshops which allowed members to concentration their p- sentations and discussions on complex themes that can't simply ?t the final convention scope. 13 quality proposals have been got and 9 have been chosen. a result of similarity in their scope, pairs have been advised to merge, resulting in seven proposals. One workshop attracted fewer submissions than anticipated, in order that its chosen papers have been built-in into the convention. eventually, six wo- shopswerekept.Interestingly,fourofthem(FP-UML,ONISW,QoIS,SeCoGIS) have been a sequel of workshops that have been held within the previous few years, whereas have been new (CMLSA, RIGiM), showing either the adulthood and the innovation of the workshops. Following the decision for papers, we bought 114 whole submissions, from which forty caliber papers wereselected, giving an popularity expense of 35% (a rather normal ranking for workshops). the subsequent six workshops have been prepared: – ConceptualModellingforLifeSciencesApplications (CMLSA2007),chaired via Yi-Ping Phoebe Chen and Sven Hartmann. This workshopaddressed the speci?c demanding situations posed by means of the big info volumes, the complexity and the information and software program heterogeneity concerned via lifestyles technology purposes. – Foundations and Practices of UML (FP-UML 2007), chaired by means of Juan Trujillo and Je?rey Parsons. The 3rd version of this workshop collected researchers and practitioners on subject matters concerning info warehouses, defense, version transformation, kingdom diagrams improvement and version quality.

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