Software and Data Technologies

Third International Conference, ICSOFT 2008, Porto, Portugal, July 22-24, 2008, Revised Selected Papers

ISBN: 978-3-642-05200-2 (Print) 978-3-642-05201-9 (Online)

Table of contents (17 chapters)

  1. Front Matter

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  2. Invited Speakers

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      Pages 1-8

      User Defined Geo-referenced Information

  3. Part I: Programming Languages

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      Pages 9-22

      Extending the SSCLI to Support Dynamic Inheritance

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      Pages 23-36

      Scala Roles: Reusable Object Collaborations in a Library

  4. Part II: Software Engineering

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      Pages 37-47

      Common Criteria Based Security Scenario Verification

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      Pages 48-61

      A Software Infrastructure for User–Guided Quality–of–Service Tradeoffs

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      Pages 62-75

      On the Multiplicity Semantics of the Extend Relationship in Use Case Models

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      Pages 76-90

      Secure Mobile Phone Access to Remote Personal Computers: A Case Study

  5. Part III: Distributed and Parallel Systems

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      Pages 91-104

      Understanding and Evaluating Replication in Service Oriented Multi-tier Architectures

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      Pages 105-118

      Applying Optimal Stopping for Optimizing Queries to External Semantic Web Resources

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      Pages 119-133

      An Efficient Pipelined Parallel Join Algorithm on Heterogeneous Distributed Architectures

  6. Part IV: Information Systems and Data Management

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      Pages 134-146

      Declarative Business Process Modelling and the Generation of ERP Systems

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      Pages 147-160

      Single Vector Large Data Cardinality Structure to Handle Compressed Database in a Distributed Environment

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      Pages 161-174

      Relaxed Approaches for Correct DB-Replication with SI Replicas

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      Pages 175-186

      Measuring the Usability of Augmented Reality e-Learning Systems: A User–Centered Evaluation Approach

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      Pages 187-199

      Supporting the Process Assessment through a Flexible Software Environment

  7. Part V: Knowledge Engineering

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      Pages 200-216

      Increasing Data Set Incompleteness May Improve Rule Set Quality

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      Pages 217-230

      Anomaly Detection Using Behavioral Approaches

  8. Back Matter

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