Accepted Papers

The ER 2009 Program Committee has accepted 31 papers, out of 162 submissions (acceptance rate of 19%), for presentation at the conference. See the list of accepted papers below:

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  • Information Networking Model
    by Mengchi Liu and Jie Hu
  • Modeling Associations through Intensional Attributes
    by Andrea Presa, Yannis Velegrakis, Flavio Rizzolo and Siarhei Bykau
  • A Strategy to Revise the Constraints of the Mediated Schema
    by Marco A. Casanova, Tanara Lauschner, Luiz A. P. Paes Leme, Antonio L. Furtado, Karin K. Breitman and Vânia M.P. Vidal
  • Creating User Profiles Using Wikipedia
    by Krishnan Ramanathan and Komal Kapoor
  • Geometrically Enhanced Conceptual Modelling
    by Hui Ma, Klaus-Dieter Schewe and Bernhard Thalheim
  • Towards an Ontological Modeling with Dependent Types: Application to part-whole Relations
    by Richard Dapoigny and Patrick Barlatier
  • Gaining Performance and Ease of Use through Highly Normalized and Evolving Anchor Models in a Time and Space Critical Environment
    by Paul Johannesson, Maria Bergholtz, Petia Wohed, Lars Rönnbäck and Olle Regardt
  • Designing Law-Compliant Software Requirements
    by Alberto Siena, John Mylopoulos, Anna Perini and Angelo Susi
  • Tractable Query Answering over Conceptual Schemata
    by Andrea Cali, Georg Gottlob and Andreas Pieris
  • UML Metamodel Extensions with Inducing Metaassociations: The General Case
    by Xavier Burgués, Xavier Franch and Josep Maria Ribó
  • Modeling Concept Evolution: A Historical Perspective
    by Flavio Rizzolo, Yannis Velegrakis, John Mylopoulos and Siarhei Bykau
  • Cluster-based Exploration for Effective Keyword Search over Semantic Datasets
    by Roberto De Virgilio, Paolo Cappellari and Michele Miscione
  • Semantics-Guided Query Completion for Multi-domain Information Integration
    by Aditya Telang, Sharma Chakravarthy and Chengkai Li
  • Hosted Universal Composition: Models, Languages and Infrastructure in mashArt
    by Florian Daniel, Fabio Casati, Boualem Benatallah and Ming-Chien Shan
  • Conceptual Modeling in Disaster Planning Using Agent Constructs
    by Kafui Monu and Carson Woo
  • A Generic Set Theory-based Pattern Matching Approach for the Analysis of Conceptual Models
    by Jörg Becker, Patrick Delfmann, Sebastian Herwig and Lukasz Lis
  • On the Long Tail of Enterprise Conceptual Modeling
    by Ateret Anaby Tavor, David Amid, Amit Fisher, Rachel Bellamy, Matthew Callery, Michael Desmond, Sophia Krasikov, Tova Roth, Harold Ossher, Ian Simmonds and Jacqueline de Vries
  • Towards Linguistic Foundation of Conceptual Modeling
    by Jörg Becker, Patrick Delfmann, Sebastian Herwig, Lukasz Lis and Armin Stein
  • Monitoring and Diagnosing Malicious Attacks with Autonomic Software
    by Vítor Estêvão Silva Souza and John Mylopoulos
  • Schema Normalization for Improving Schema Matching
    by Sonia Bergamaschi, Maciej Gawinecki and Serena Sorrentino
  • A Modeling Ontology for Integrating Vulnerabilities into Security Requirements Conceptual Foundations
    by Golnaz Elahi, Eric Yu and Nicola Zannone
  • Modelling Safe Interface Interactions in Web Applications
    by Marco Brambilla, Jordi Cabot and Michael Grossniklaus
  • A Conceptual Modeling Approach for OLAP Personalization
    by Irene Garrigos, Jesús Pardillo, Jose-Norberto Mazón and Juan Trujillo
  • Evaluating Exceptions on Time Slices
    by Romans Kasperovics, Michael H. Boehlen and Johann Gamper
  • Specifying Valid Compound Terms in Interrelated Faceted Taxonomies
    by Anastasia Analyti, Yannis Tzitzikas and Nicolas Spyratos
  • A Knowledge-Based and Model-Driven Requirements Engineering Approach to Conceptual Satellite Design
    by Bruno B. F. Leonor, Walter A Dos Santos and Stephan Stephany
  • From Static Methods to Role-Driven Service Invocation -- A Metamodel for Active Content in Object Databases
    by Stefania Leone, Moira Norrie, Beat Signer and Alexandre de Spindler
  • Modeling Domain Variability in Requirements Engineering with Contexts
    by Alexei Lapouchnian and John Mylopoulos
  • FOCIH: Form-based Ontology Creation and Information Harvesting
    by Cui Tao, David Embley and Stephen Liddle
  • Extensible User-based XML Grammar Matching
    by Joe Tekli, Richard Chbeir and Kokou Yetongnon
  • Business Process Modeling: Perceived Benefits
    by Marta Indulska, Peter Green, Jan Recker and Michael Rosemann
Page updated in: 05 December 2009, 14:26:24 (GMT-3)
ER 2009 -- Gramado, Brazil -- 9-12 November.