On the Move to Meaningful Internet Systems: Confederated International Conferences: CoopIS, IS, DOA and ODBASE, Hersonissos, Crete, Greece, October 25-29, 1010, Proceedings, Part II

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The two-volume set of LNCS 6426/6427 constitutes the refereed proceedings of 3 confederated international conferences on CoopIS (Cooperative Information Systems), DOA (Distributed Objects and Applications) and ODBASE (Ontologies, DataBases and Applications of SEmantics). These conferences were held in October 2009 in Greece, in Hersonissos on the island of Crete. CoopIS is covering the applications of technologies in an enterprice context as workflow systems and knowledge management. DOA is covering the relevant ...

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Overview

The two-volume set of LNCS 6426/6427 constitutes the refereed proceedings of 3 confederated international conferences on CoopIS (Cooperative Information Systems), DOA (Distributed Objects and Applications) and ODBASE (Ontologies, DataBases and Applications of SEmantics). These conferences were held in October 2009 in Greece, in Hersonissos on the island of Crete. CoopIS is covering the applications of technologies in an enterprice context as workflow systems and knowledge management. DOA is covering the relevant infrastructure-enabling technologies and finally, OSBASe is covering WEB semantics, XML databases and ontologies.
The 83 revised full papers presented together with 3 keynote talks were carefully reviewed and selected from a total of 223 submissions. Corresponding to the OTM main conferences the papers are organized in topical sections on process models and management, modeling of cooperation, services computing, information processing and management, human-based cooperative systems, ontology and workflow challenges, access control, authentication and policies, secure architectures, cryptography, data storage and processing, transaction and event management, virtualization performance, risk and scalability, cloud and distributed system security, reactivity and semantic data, ontology mapping and semantic similarity, domain specific ontologies.

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On the Move 2010 Keynotes

OTM 2010 Keynote Beng Chin Ooi 705

OTM 2010 Keynote Michael Brodie 706

Distributed Objects and Applications (DOA) International Conference 2010

DOA 2010 - PC Co-chairs Message 708

Data Storage and Processing

Data Stream Analytics as Cloud Service for Mobile Applications Qiming Chen Meichun Hsu 709

On the Expressiveness and Trade-Offs of Large Scale Tuple Stores Ricardo Vilaça Francisco Cruz Rui Oliveira 727

Context-Aware Tuples for the Ambient Christophe Scholliers Elisa Gonzalez Boix Wolfgang De Meuter Theo D'Hondt 745

Transaction and Event Management

Overlay Routing under Geographically Correlated Failures in Distributed Event-Based Systems Kyriakos Karenos Dimitrios Pendarakis Vana Kalogeraki Hao Yang Zhen Liu 764

Scalable Transactions in the Cloud: Partitioning Revisited Francisco Maia José Enrique Armendáriz-Iñigo M. Idoia Ruiz-Fuertes Rui Oliveira 785

Fadip: Lightweight Publish/Subscribe for Mobile Ad Hoc Networks Koosha Paridel Yves Vanrompay Yolande Berbers 798

Virtualization Performance, Risk and Scalability

Analysis of the Performance-Influencing Factors of Virtualization Platforms Nikolaus Huber Marcel von Quast Fabian Brosig Samuel Kounev 811

Measuring Software Systems Scalability for Proactive Data Center Management Nuno A. Carvalho José Pereira 829

Semantic Similarity Model for Risk Assessment in Forming Cloud Computing SLAs Omar Hussain Hai Dong Jaipal Singh 843

Cloud and Distributed System Security

A Distributed and Privacy-Preserving Method for Network Intrusion Detection Fatiha Benali Nadia Bennani Gabriele Gianini Stelvio Cimato 861

Enforcing UCON Policies on the Enterprise Service Bus Gabriela Gheorghe Paolo Mori Bruno Crispo Fabio Martinelli 876

Detecting Sybil Nodes in Static and Dynamic Networks José Antonio Cárdenas-Haro Goran Konjevod 894

Ontologies, DataBases, and Applications of Semantics (ODBASE) International Conference 2010

ODBASE 2010 - PC Co-chairs Message 918

Invited Talks

Wikabularies and the Like - Community-Based Knowledge Resources on the Web Iryna Gurevych 919

Personalization, Socialization, Contextualization: Preferences and Attitudes for Advanced Information Provision Yannis Ioannidis 920

Annotations

Integrating Keywords and Semantics on Document Annotation and Search Nikos Bikakis Giorgos Giannopoulos Theodore Dalamagas Timos Sellis 921

A Context-Based Model for the Interpretation of Polysemous Terms Chrisa Tsinaraki Yannis Velegrakis Nadzeya Kiyavitskaya John Mylopoulos 939

Automatic Web Page Annotation with Google Rich Snippets Walter Hop Stephan Lachner Flavius Frasincar Roberto De Virgilio 957

A Hybrid Approach to Constructing Tag Hierarchies Geir Solskinnsbakk Jon Atle Gulla 975

Inconsistencies

Toward a Uniform Cause-Based Approach to Inconsistency-Tolerant Database Semantics Hendrik Decker 983

Identifying and Eliminating Inconsistencies in Mappings across Hierarchical Ontologies Bhavesh Sanghvi Neeraj Koul Vasant Honavar 999

Towards Evaluating GRASIM for Ontology-Based Data Matching Yan Tang 1009

Reactivity and Semantic Data

Expressing and Managing Reactivity in the Semantic Web Elsa Tovar María-Esther Vidal 1018

Onto-DIY: A Flexible and Idea Inspiring Ontology-Based Do-It-Yourself Architecture for Managing Data Semantics and Semantic Data Yan Tang Christophe Debruyne Johan Criel 1036

Ontology Mapping and Semantic Similarity

Save Up to 99% of Your Time in Mapping Validation Vincenzo Maltese Fausto Giunchiglia Aliaksandr Autayeu 1044

XML-SIM-CHANGE: Structure and Content Semantic Similarity Detection among XML Document Versions Waraporn Viyanon Sanjay K. Madria 1061

Ontology-Driven Possibilistic Reference Fusion Fatiha Saïs Rallou Thomopoulos Sébastien Destercke 1079

Towards Duplicate Detection for Situation Awareness Based on Spatio-temporal Relations Norbert Baumgartner Wolfgang Gottesheim Stefan Mitsch Werner Retschitzegger Wieland Schwinger 1097

Ontology Mapping and SPARQL Rewriting for Querying Federated RDF Data Sources (Short Paper) Konstantinos Makris Nektarios Gioldasis Nikos Bikakis Stavros Christodoulakis 1108

A Semantic Similarity Framework Exploiting Multiple Parts-of Speech Giuseppe Pirró Jérôme Euzenat 1118

Domain Specific Ontologies

Biomedical Publication Knowledge Acquisition, Processing and Dissemination with CORAAL Vít Nová ácek Siegfried Handschuh 1126

Assessing Iterations of an Automated Ontology Evaluation Procedure Peter Spyns 1145

OMIT: Domain Ontology and Knowledge Acquisition in MicroRNA Target Prediction (Short Paper) Christopher Townsend Jingshan Huang Dejing Dou Shivraj Dalvi Patrick J. Hayes Lei He Wen-chang Lin Haishan Liu Robert Rudnick Hardik Shah Hao Sun Xiaowei Wang Ming Tan 1160

Author Index 1169

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