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Web Information Systems Engineering – WISE 2007 Workshops

WISE 2007 International Workshops Nancy, France, December 3, 2007 Proceedings

Weske, Mathias, Hacid, Mohand-Said, Godart, Claude (Eds.)

2007, XV, 520 p.

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This book constitutes the joint refereed proceedings of six workshops held in conjunction with the 8th International Conference on Web Information Systems Engineering, WISE 2007 in Nancy, France, in December 2007.

The 44 revised full papers presented were carefully reviewed and selected from numerous submissions for presentation in the six workshops. The workshops focus on the effective and efficient management and transformation of scientific data in the life sciences. They discuss issues related to information acquisition through collaborative Web crawling, classification, and clustering. Methods and techniques to support governance and compliance in Web information systems are considered. They further focus on annotations of services that facilitate service requestors to easily find and use them. Models and mechanisms for personalization as well as personalized access and context acquisition are considered. Finally, concepts, models and languages to improve Web information systems with respect to their usability and accessibility are investigated.

Content Level » Research

Keywords » Multimedia - Navigation - Web Crawling - bioinformatics - business process modeling - case-based reasoning - conceptual model - context - delegation - digital libraries - distributed systems - information system - knowledge management - ontology - semantic web

Related subjects » Communication Networks - Database Management & Information Retrieval - Information Systems and Applications - Popular Science

Table of contents 

International Workshop on Approaches and Architectures for Web Data Integration and Mining in Life Sciences (WebDIM4LS).- Workshop PC Chairs’ Message.- QDex: A Database Profiler for Generic Bio-data Exploration and Quality Aware Integration.- ProtocolDB: Storing Scientific Protocols with a Domain Ontology.- An Ontology-Driven Annotation of Data Tables.- Using Ontology with Semantic Web Services to Support Modeling in Systems Biology.- Data in Astronomy: From the Pipeline to the Virtual Observatory.- International Workshop on Collaborative Knowledge Management for Web Information Systems (WEKnow).- Workshop PC Chairs’ Message.- How Do Users Express Goals on the Web? - An Exploration of Intentional Structures in Web Search.- Publishing and Sharing Ontology-Based Information in a Collaborative Multimedia Document Management System.- Sequence Disunification and Its Application in Collaborative Schema Construction.- Mapping Metadata for SWHi: Aligning Schemas with Library Metadata for a Historical Ontology.- International Workshop on Governance, Risk and Compliance in Web Information Systems (GDR).- Workshop PC Chairs’ Message.- Conceptual Model of Risk: Towards a Risk Modelling Language.- A Critical Analysis of Latest Advances in Building Trusted P2P Networks Using Reputation Systems.- Deriving XACML Policies from Business Process Models.- Enforcing Policies and Guidelines in Web Portals: A Case Study.- Workflow Abstraction for Privacy Preservation.- Using Control Patterns in Business Processes Compliance.- A Framework for Evidence Lifecycle Management.- Collaboration for Human-Centric eGovernment Workflows.- International Workshop on Human-Friendly Service Description, Discovery and Matchmaking (Hf-SDDM).- Workshop PC Chairs’ Message.- How to Create a WSMO-Based Semantic Service Without Knowing WSML.- Goal-Based Visualization and Browsing for Semantic Web Services.- Agile Elicitation of Semantic Goals by Wiki.- User-Friendly Semantic Annotation in Business Process Modeling.- Semantic Web Service Discovery for Business Process Models.- Web Service Search: Who, When, What, and How.- International Workshop on Personalized Access to Web Information (PAWI).- Workshop PC Chairs’ Message.- User Modeling for Attending Functional Diversity for ALL in Higher Education.- Exploiting Profile Modeling for Web-Based Information Systems.- Learning Implicit User Interests Using Ontology and Search History for Personalization.- Contextual User Profile for Adapting Information in Nomadic Environments.- A Contextual User Model for Web Personalization.- Citation-Based Methods for Personalized Search in Digital Libraries.- Personalized Information Access Through Flexible and Interoperable Profiles.- A Tool for Statistical Analysis of Navigational Modelling for Web Site Personalization and Reengineering.- “Watch the Document on the Wall!” An Analytical Model for Health Care Documents on Large Displays.- International Workshop on Web Usability and Accessibility (IWWUA).- Workshop PC Chairs’ Message.- Incremental Quality Improvement in Web Applications Using Web Model Refactoring.- Inclusive Usability Techniques in Requirements Analysis of Accessible Web Applications.- A Visual Ontology-Driven Interface for a Web Sign Language Dictionary.- Improvement of a Web Engineering Method Through Usability Patterns.- Flex RIA Development and Usability Evaluation.- Usability and Accessibility Evaluations Along the eLearning Cycle.- Web Accessibility Evaluation Via XSLT.- Analyzing Tool Support for Inspecting Accessibility Guidelines During the Development Process of Web Sites.- Quality of Web Usability Evaluation Methods: An Empirical Study on MiLE+.- An Assessment of the Currency of Free Science Information on the Web.- Including Routes in Web Information Systems as a Way to Improve the Navigability: An Empirical Study.- A Generic Approach to Improve Navigational Model Usability Based Upon Requirements and Metrics.

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