Posters and Demonstrations Submission Guidelines

The ER2009 Demonstrations program is an exciting and highly interactive way to demonstrate conceptual modeling research, and an excellent way to advertise the applicability of the results. Proposals should be focused on new conceptual modeling developments, advances in applying conceptual modeling, or innovative use of conceptual modeling techniques. The demonstrations program is focused on academic and research software, and it is not intended for the demonstration of commercial products.

Demonstration proposals must describe clearly what will be demonstrated and how the contribution will be illustrated interactively. Optionally, proposals can include a URL that shows a preliminary version of the demo (e.g., screenshots, or even better an interactive program).

All submitted demo proposals must be formatted according to the instructions for submission format for research submissions and must be no more than four (4) pages. This page limit includes all parts of the paper: title, abstract, body, and bibliography. Accepted demo proposals will appear in the final proceedings of the main conference but will be only two pages long.

Check the important dates at the call for posters and demonstrations

Contributions Accepted for the ER 2009 Posters and Demos Session

  • Quantools: A MDA transformation approach
    by Ana Paula Bacelo, Paulo Lumertz and Toacy Oliveira
  • Hierarchical i* Modeling Editor
    by Lidia Lopez, Xavier Franch and Jordi Marco
  • An Ontology-Based Framework for XML Data Integration
    by Joao C Pinheiro, Vânia M.P Vidal, Eveline R. Sacramento and José Antonio Fernandes de Macedo
  • A Temporal-Rule Based Verification System for Business Collaboration Reliability
    by Haiyang Sun and Jian Yang
  • Semantic Web and Knowledge Management in User Data Privacy
    by Douglas da Silva, Mírian Bruckschen, Paulo Bridi, Roger Granada, Renata Vieira, Alexandre Agustini, Caio Northfleet, Prasad Rao and Tomas Sander
  • MatchMaking – A Tool to Match OWL Schemas
    by Raphael do Vale Gomes, Luiz André P. Paes Leme and Marco Antonio Casanova
  • Web Information Extraction by Semantic Tagging
    by Mirel Cosulschi, Roberto De Virgilio, Tommaso Di Noia and Roberto Mirizzi
  • SAMSTARplus: An Automatic Tool for Generating Multi-Dimensional Schemas from an Entity-Relationship Diagram
    by Jinho Kim, Donghoo Kim, Suan Lee, Yang-Sae Moon, Il-Yeol Song, Ritu Khare and Yuan An
  • An Approach for Reducing the Gap Between BPMN Models and Implementation Artefacts
    by Fernando Lins, Andre Souza, Julio Damasceno, Nelson Rosa, Paulo Maciel, Robson Medeiros, Bryan Stephenson, Hamid Motahari, Jun Li, Caio Northfleet and Bruno Silva
  • A frame-based system for automatic classification of semi-structured data
    by Bernardo Pereira Nunes and Marco Antonio Casanova
  • Dealing with Uncertainty in Lexical Annotation
    by Laura Po, Sonia Bergamaschi, Serena Sorrentino and Alberto Corni
  • Towards Generating Richer Code by Binding Security Abstractions to BPMN Task Types
    by Nelson Rosa, André Souza, Bruno Silva, Fernando Lins, Julio Damasceno, Paulo Maciel, Robson Medeiros, Bryan Stephenson, Hamid Motahari, Jun Li and Caio Northfleet
  • An Eclipse-based Tool for Model Driven Web Applications with Personalization Support
    by Irene Garrigos, Octavio Glorio and Paul Hernández
  • Conceptual Modeling: the Linguistic Approach
    by Fernanda Baiao, Lucia Castro and Giancarlo Guizzardi
  • UMLtoSBVR: An SBVR-based tool to validate UML conceptual schemas
    by Raquel Pau, Jordi Cabot and Ruth Raventós
  • The Animated Database Courseware (ADbC) and the Database Design Module
    by Mario A.M. Guimaraes and Meg C. Murray
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ER 2009 -- Gramado, Brazil -- 9-12 November.