[CEUR Workshop Proceedings] Vol-365

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Exploring Modeling Methods for Systems Analysis and Design

Proceedings of the 12th International Workshop on Exploring Modeling Methods for Systems Analysis and Design (EMMSAD'07) held in conjunctiun with the 19th Conference on Advanced Information Systems (CAiSE'07)

Trondheim, Norway, 11-15 June, 2007


Erik Proper, Radboud University Nijmegen, The Netherlands
Terry Halpin, Neumont University, USA
John Krogstie, SINTEF and Norwegian Institute of Science and Technology, Norway

Table of Contents

  1. Towards a Quality-Aware Web Engineering Process
    C. Cachero, G. Poels, and C. Calero, pp. 1-10
  2. Towards a Pragmatic Perspective on Requirements for Conceptual Modeling Methods
    B. Wyssusek and J.M. Zaha, pp. 11-20
  3. Towards a Life Cycle for Method Engineering
    N. Prakash and S. Goyal, pp. 21-30
  4. Representation of Method Fragments: A Domain Engineering Approach
    I. Reinhartz-Berger and A. Aharoni, pp. 31-40
  5. An Ontological Framework of Method Engineering: An Overall Structure
    M. Leppänen, pp. 41-51
  6. Improving Data Modeling Through the use of Case-Base-Reasoning
    P. Tomé, E. Costa, and L. Amaral, pp. 52-60
  7. Extending the ORM conceptual schema design procedure with the capturing of the domain ontology
    P. Bollen, pp. 61-70
  8. Integrating Requirement and Solution Modelling: Approach and Experiences
    A. Carstensen, L. Holmberg, P. Högberg, S. Johnsen, D. Karlsen, F. Lillehagen, K. Sandkuhl, and J. Stirna, pp. 71-80
  9. Can UML Be Simplified? Practitioner Use of UML in Separate Domains
    J. Erickson and K. Siau, pp. 81-90
  10. Ten Years Plus with EKD: Reflections from Using an Enterprise Modeling Method in Practice
    J. Stirna and A. Persson, pp. 91-100
  11. Extending the Discussion of Model Quality: Why Clarity and Completeness may not always be enough
    J. Mendling and J. Recker, pp. 101-111
  12. QoMo: A Modelling Process Quality Framework based on SEQUAL
    P. van Bommel, S.J.B.A. Hoppenbrouwers, H.A. Proper, and Th.P. van der Weide, pp. 112-121
  13. Subtyping Revisited
    T. Halpin, pp. 122-132
  14. Fact Oriented Business Service Modeling
    P. Bollen, pp. 133-142
  15. A UML Profile for Modeling Framework-based Web Information Systems
    V. Estêvão Silva Souza, R. de Almeida Falbo, and G. Guizzardi, pp. 143-152
  16. Automatic Knowledge Retrieval from Conceptual Models
    J. Becker and D. Pfeiffer, pp. 153-162
  17. Exploring the Dynamic Costs of Process-aware Information Systems through Simulation
    B. Mutschler and M. Reichert, pp. 163-172
  18. Modelling MAS-Specific Security Features
    G. Beydoun, G. Low, H. Mouratidis, and B. Henderson-Sellers, pp. 173-182
  19. Defense against Insider Threat: a Framework for Gathering Goal-based Requirements
    V.N.L. Franqueira and P. van Eck, pp. 183-192

27-June-2008: submitted by Erik Proper
30-June-2008: published on CEUR-WS.org