Cooperative Design, Visualization, and Engineering

4th International Conference, CDVE 2007, Shanghai, China, September 16-20, 2007. Proceedings

  • Editors
  • Yuhua Luo
Conference proceedings CDVE 2007

DOI: 10.1007/978-3-540-74780-2

Part of the Lecture Notes in Computer Science book series (LNCS, volume 4674)

Table of contents (58 papers)

  1. Front Matter
  2. Integrating Advanced Collaborative Capabilities into Web-Based Word Processors
    Haifeng Shen, Steven Xia, Chengzheng Sun
    Pages 1-8
  3. A Peer-to-Peer Based Communication Environment for Synchronous Collaborative Product Design
    Lirong Wang, Jiacai Wang, Lixia Sun, Ichiro Hagiwara
    Pages 9-20
  4. VICA: A Voronoi Interface for Visualizing Collaborative Annotations
    Yue Wang, James Shearer, Kwan-Liu Ma
    Pages 21-32
  5. Innovative Visualization Tools to Monitor Scientific Cooperative Activities
    Benoît Otjacques, Monique Noirhomme, Fernand Feltz
    Pages 33-41
  6. Workflow Methodology for Collaborative Design and Manufacturing
    Carlos Vila, Antonio Estruch, Héctor R. Siller, José V. Abellán, Fernando Romero
    Pages 42-49
  7. A Virtual Interactive Community Platform Supporting Education for Long-Term Sick Children
    Pieter Jorissen, Fabian Di Fiore, Gert Vansichem, Wim Lamotte
    Pages 58-69
  8. Pro-active Environment for Assisted Model Composition
    Sascha Opletal, Emil Stoyanov, Dieter Roller
    Pages 70-79
  9. A Speech-Controlled User Interface for a CAFM-Based Disaster Management System
    Rüdiger Schütz, G. Glanzer, A. P. Merkel, T. Wießflecker, U. Walder
    Pages 80-87
  10. Private Data Management in Collaborative Environments
    Larry Korba, Ronggong Song, George Yee, Andrew S. Patrick, Scott Buffett, Yunli Wang et al.
    Pages 88-96
  11. A Scalable Method for Efficient Grid Resource Discovery
    Yan Zhang, Yan Jia, Xiaobin Huang, Bin Zhou, Jian Gu
    Pages 97-103
  12. Modeling and Analysis for Grid Service Cooperative Scheduling Based on Petri Nets
    Yaojun Han, Changjun Jiang, Xuemei Luo
    Pages 104-112
  13. Capturing Designers’ Knowledge Demands in Collaborative Team
    Zhen Lu, Jiang Zuhua, Liu Chao, Liang Jun
    Pages 113-121
  14. “Integrare”, a Collaborative Environment for Behavior-Oriented Design
    Lian Wen, Robert Colvin, Kai Lin, John Seagrott, Nisansala Yatapanage, Geoff Dromey
    Pages 122-131
  15. Differential Conversion: DWG – SVG Case Study
    Martin Ota, Ivan Jelínek
    Pages 132-139
  16. A Study of Version Control for Collaborative CAD
    Zhiyong Chang, Jie Zhao, Rong Mo
    Pages 140-148
  17. Semantic Web Services Discovery System with QoS for Enhanced Web Services Quality
    Okkyung Choi, Heejai Choi, Zoonky Lee, Sangyong Han
    Pages 149-156
  18. Intelligent Library and Tutoring System for Brita in the PuBs Project
    Arturas Kaklauskas, Edmundas Zavadskas, Edmundas Babenskas, Marko Seniut, Andrejus Vlasenko, Vytautas Plakys
    Pages 157-166
  19. Quality Information Management System Under Collaborative Environment
    Junjie Yang, Rongqiao Wang, Jiang Fan, Xinmin Du, Zebang Zhang
    Pages 167-174

About these proceedings


This year the CDVE conference celebratedits fourth annual eventin an exciting city—Shanghai, China. The cooperative design, visualization and engineering communitysensedtheeconomicpulseofanewgianteconomywherecooperation is vital for its success. This year we received a large number of papers from all over the world. In addition to many submissions from Europe, we received more papers from Asia and China this time. Many authors from key Chinese research centers and national projects presented their papers, which gave us insight into the progress of research and development in this giant economy. From a technical point of view, as a major trend in cooperative design, vi- alization, engineering and other applications, advanced Web-based cooperation technology stands out by itself. Many papers re?ect the research in this aspect with very convincing results. Web-based cooperative working applications have been emerging strongly since the wide availability and accessibility of the WWW. It is a form of sharing andcollaboratingbyitsnature.Itissuitable forthe cooperationofamuchwider range of users. In the ?eld of cooperative engineering, new ?ndings and new results were presented. Among all, work ?ow technology was recognized as a key element for successful cooperative engineering. According to these new ?ndings, only Web-based cooperation tools and shared databases are not enough for coop- ative engineering. Work?ow-based methodology should be introduced to gu- antee the integration and coordination of the whole life cycle process of products.


BDI CSW Cluster Computer-Aided Design (CAD) QoS Switch concurrency control configuration cooperative business management cooperative engineering cooperative systems design cooperative visualization data warehouse modeling visualization

Bibliographic information

  • Copyright Information Springer-Verlag Berlin Heidelberg 2007
  • Publisher Name Springer, Berlin, Heidelberg
  • eBook Packages Computer Science
  • Print ISBN 978-3-540-74779-6
  • Online ISBN 978-3-540-74780-2
  • Series Print ISSN 0302-9743
  • Series Online ISSN 1611-3349