Conceptual Modeling — ER 2000: 19th International Conference by Philip A. Bernstein, Erhard Rahm (auth.), Alberto H. F.

By Philip A. Bernstein, Erhard Rahm (auth.), Alberto H. F. Laender, Stephen W. Liddle, Veda C. Storey (eds.)

This booklet constitutes the refereed complaints of the nineteenth foreign convention on Conceptual Modeling, ER 2000, held in Salt Lake urban, Utah, united states in October 2000.
The 37 revised complete papers provided including 3 invited papers and 8 commercial abstracts have been rigorously reviewed and chosen from a complete of one hundred forty submitted papers. The booklet deals topical sections on database integration, temporal and energetic database modeling, database and information warehouse layout innovations, research styles and ontologies, Web-based info platforms, enterprise technique modeling, conceptual modeling and XML, engineering and multimedia program modeling, object-oriented modeling, making use of object-oriented know-how, caliber in conceptual modeling, and alertness layout utilizing UML.

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It was also extended to support abstraction mechanisms such as generalization and aggregation [BCN92]. , OMT [RBP+ 91], as well as the everpopular UML [BRJ99]. Unlike many other concepts in Computer Science that enjoyed a short lifespan of practical use, the E-R model has had an enduring impact on software engineering research and practice. Its use spans 25 years, as well as the two dominant software development methodologies of this period (structured and object-oriented software development).

Castro. Tropos: A framework for requirements-driven software development. In J. Brinkkemper and A. Solvberg, editors, Information Systems Engineering: State of the Art and Research Themes. Springer-Verlag, 2000. [OPB99] J. Odell, H. Van Dyke Parunak, and B. Bauer. Representing agent interaction protocols in UML. To be published, 1999. [RBP+ 91] J. Rumbaugh, M. Blaha, W. Premerlani, F. Eddy, and W. Lorensen. Object-Oriented Modelling and Design. Prentice Hall, 1991. [YM94] E. Yu and J. Mylopoulos.

This is the fundamental Information Systems research process. Depending on the technology there may be different factors at the individual, group, organization, and societal levels. Results of such research provide guidance to organizations in planning for, introducing, evaluating, and replacing various information technologies. Evaluating a “new” conceptual modeling formalism in terms of “completeness,” for example, may simply not be appropriate. Arguing that a new conceptual modeling formalism is “a significant improvement” over existing formalisms based on an assertion that the new formalism is “more complete” than any previous formalism fails to recognize the purpose for which a conceptual modeling formalism is created.

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