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Conceptual Modeling for New Information Systems Technologies

ER 2001 Workshops HUMACS, DASWIS, ECOMO, and DAMA Yokohama, Japan, November 27–30, 2001 Revised Papers

  • Hiroshi Arisawa
  • Yahiko Kambayashi
  • Vijay Kumar
  • Heinrich C. Mayr
  • Ingrid Hunt
Conference proceedings ER 2001

Part of the Lecture Notes in Computer Science book series (LNCS, volume 2465)

Table of contents

  1. Front Matter
    Pages I-XVII
  2. HUMACS 2001

    1. Peter Vink, Frans M. van Eijnatten
      Pages 1-9
    2. Manabu Kamimura, Naoyuki Kato, Ryo Kawabata, Satoshi Kumagai, Kiyoshi Itoh
      Pages 30-43
    3. Noriaki Kurosu, Shunji Yamada
      Pages 44-56
    4. Machiko Chikano, Yoshitaka Tomita, Yasuhiko Hiraide, Eiji Arai
      Pages 57-66
    5. Martin Van De Bovenkamp, Ruben Jongkind, Gu Van Rhijn, Frans Van Eijnatten, Gudela Grote, Jouni Lehtelä et al.
      Pages 67-80
    6. Frank Berkers, Jan Goossenaerts, Dieter Hammer, Hans Wortmann
      Pages 91-104
    7. Jan Goossenaerts, Christine Pelletier
      Pages 127-140
    8. Keiichi Shirase, Hidefumi Wakamatsu, Akira Tsumaya, Eiji Arai
      Pages 141-151
  3. DASWIS 2001

    1. Sudha Ram, Vijay Khatri, Limin Zhang, Daniel Dajun Zeng
      Pages 152-165
    2. Peter Fröhlich, Zaijun Hu, Manfred Schoelzke
      Pages 166-182
    3. Gerti Kappel, B. Pröll, Werner Retschitzegger, Wieland Schwinger
      Pages 183-197
    4. Sven Casteleyn, Olga De Troyer
      Pages 198-211
    5. Stephen W. Liddle, Sai Ho Yau, David W. Embley
      Pages 212-226
    6. E. Marcos, P. Cáceres, B. Vela, J. M. Cavero
      Pages 227-238
    7. Stephan Lechner, Günter Preuner, Michael Schrefl
      Pages 239-252
    8. Paolo Atzeni, Paolo Merialdo, Giuseppe Sindoni
      Pages 253-263
    9. Valter Crescenzi, Giansalvatore Mecca, Paolo Merialdo
      Pages 264-277
    10. Ramon Lawrence, Ken Barker
      Pages 278-291
    11. Xiaoying Wu, Tok Wang Ling, Sin Yeung Lee, Mong Li Lee, Gillian Dobbie
      Pages 292-305
    12. Kenji Hatano, Hiroko Kinutani, Masatoshi Yoshikawa, Shunsuke Uemura
      Pages 334-347
    13. Rupa Krishnan, Lalitha Munaga, Kamalakar Karlapalem
      Pages 348-362
  4. eCOMO 2001

    1. Michael Schrefl, Martin Bernauer
      Pages 363-376
    2. Christoph Bussler
      Pages 377-389
    3. Vadim Ermolayev, Natalya Keberle, Vyachyslav Tolok
      Pages 390-402
    4. Prasad Jayaweera, Paul Johannesson, Petia Wohed
      Pages 417-431
    5. Juan Cappi, Gustavo Rossi, Andrés Fortier, Daniel Schwabe
      Pages 457-470
  5. DAMA 2001

  6. Back Matter
    Pages 499-500

Other volumes

  1. 20th International Conference on Conceptual Modeling Yokohama, Japan, November 27–30, 2001 Proceedings
  2. Conceptual Modeling for New Information Systems Technologies
    ER 2001 Workshops HUMACS, DASWIS, ECOMO, and DAMA Yokohama, Japan, November 27–30, 2001 Revised Papers

About these proceedings

Introduction

The objective of the workshops associated with ER 2001, the 20th International Con- rence on Conceptual Modeling, was to give participants the opportunity to present and discuss emerging hot topics, thus adding new perspectives to conceptual modeling. This, the 20th ER conference, the ?rst of the 21st century, was also the ?rst one in Japan. The conference was held on November 27-30, 2001 at Yokohama National University with 192 participants from 31 countries. ER 2001 encompasses the entire spectrum of c- ceptual modeling, from theoretical aspects to implementations, including fundamentals, applications, and software engineering. In particular, ER 2001 emphasized e-business and reengineering. To meet this objective, we selected the following four topics and planned four international workshops: – International Workshop on Conceptual Modeling of Human/Organizational/Social Aspects of Manufacturing Activities (HUMACS 2001) Manufacturing enterprises have to confront a host of demands. The competitive climate, enhanced by communication and knowledge sharing, will require incr- singly rapid responses to market forces. Customer demands for higher quality, better services, and lower cost will force manufacturers to reach new levels of ?exibility and adaptability. Sophisticated customers will demand products customized to meet their needs. Industries have so far sought to cope with these challenges primarily through advances in traditional capital by installing more powerful hardware and software technology. Attention to the role of humans combined with organizational and social schemes in manufacturing has only been marginal. The workshop HUMACS 2001 aimed to challenge the relevance of this last point.

Keywords

Revision data model e-business information system modeling organization service-oriented computing

Editors and affiliations

  • Hiroshi Arisawa
    • 1
  • Yahiko Kambayashi
    • 2
  • Vijay Kumar
    • 3
  • Heinrich C. Mayr
    • 4
  • Ingrid Hunt
    • 5
  1. 1.Graduate school of environment and information sciencesYokohama National UniversityyokohamaJapan
  2. 2.Department of Social Informatics, Graduate School of InformaticsKyoto UniversityKyotoJapan
  3. 3.SICE Computer NetworkingUniversity of Missouri-Kansas CityKansas CityUSA
  4. 4.University of KlagenfurtKlagenfurtAustria
  5. 5.VP Industry Services DAMA InternationalBellevueUSA

Bibliographic information

  • DOI https://doi.org/10.1007/3-540-46140-X
  • Copyright Information Springer-Verlag Berlin Heidelberg 2002
  • Publisher Name Springer, Berlin, Heidelberg
  • eBook Packages Springer Book Archive
  • Print ISBN 978-3-540-44122-9
  • Online ISBN 978-3-540-46140-1
  • Series Print ISSN 0302-9743
  • Series Online ISSN 1611-3349
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