On the Move to Meaningful Internet Systems: OTM 2009 Workshops: Confederated International Workshops and Posters, ADI, CAMS, EI2N, ISDE, IWSSA, MONET, OnToContent, ODIS, ORM, OTM Academy, SWWS, SEMELS, Beyond SAWSDL, and Combek 2009, Vilamoura, Portugal,


This volume constitutes the refereed proceedings of 14 international workshops held as part of OTM 2009 in Vilamoura, Portugal, in November 2009.

The 93 revised full papers presented together with 2 invited talks were carefully reviewed and selected from a total of 131 submissions to the workshops. The volume starts with 7 additional revised poster papers of the OTM 2009 main conferences DOA, IS, and ODBASE. Topics of the workshop papers are ambient data integration (ADI 2009), ...

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This volume constitutes the refereed proceedings of 14 international workshops held as part of OTM 2009 in Vilamoura, Portugal, in November 2009.

The 93 revised full papers presented together with 2 invited talks were carefully reviewed and selected from a total of 131 submissions to the workshops. The volume starts with 7 additional revised poster papers of the OTM 2009 main conferences DOA, IS, and ODBASE. Topics of the workshop papers are ambient data integration (ADI 2009), context-aware mobile systems (CAMS 2009), enterprise integration, interoperability and networking (EI2N 2008), information system in distributed environments (ISDE 2009), system/software architectures (IWSSA 2009), mobile and networking technologies for social applications (MONET 2009), ontology content (OnToContent 2009), ontologies in distributed and interactive systems (ODIS 2009), fact-oriented modeling (ORM 2009), OTM Academy (OTMA 2009), semantic Web and Web semantics (SWWS 2009), semantic extensions to middleware: enabling large scale knowledge (SEMELS 2009), the next steps after SAWSDL (Beyond SAWSDL 2009), and community-based evolution of knowledge-intensive systems (COMBEK 2009).

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Posters of the 2009 DOA (Distributed Objects, Middleware, and Applications) International Symposium.- Orchestration of Middleware Services.- Posters of the 2009 IS (Information Security) International Symposium.- Discontinuity of SVD Embedding Mapping Used for Watermarks.- Virtualization in Network Intrusion Detection Systems.- Posters of the 2009 ODBASE (Ontologies, DataBases, and Applications of Semantics) International Conference.- Pre-matching: Large XML Schemas Decomposition Approach.- Enriching and Answering Proteomic Queries Using Semantic Knowledges.- Ontology-Based Support for Graph Algorithms in Online Exploration Workflows.- Auto-updatable Index Approach for OODBMSs.- Workshop on Ambient Data Integration (ADI).- ADI 2009 PC Co-chairs’ Message.- Invited Talk.- Effective Ontology-Based Data Integration.- Modeling and Management of Data.- A Model Driven Engineering Approach Applied to Master Data Management.- Managing XML Schema Mappings and Annotations in P2P Data Integration Systems.- Managing Large, Structured, and Annotated Documents: A Study of Three Operational Cases in the Field of Environmental Legislation.- Data Integration Solution.- Merging Expressive Ontologies Using Formal Concept Analysis.- Contemporary Challenges in Ambient Data Integration for Biodiversity Informatics.- A Hierarchical Representation for Recording Semantically Condensed Data from Physically Massive Data Out of Sensor Networks Geographically Dispersed.- Workshop on Context Aware Mobile Systems (CAMS).- CAMS 2009 PC Co-chairs’ Message.- Models and Frameworks.- Rethinking Context Models.- A Framework for Decentralized, Context-Aware Mobile Applications Using Semantic Web Technology.- Context at Work.- Modeling Dynamic Context Awareness for Situated Workflows.- FleXConf: A Flexible Conference Assistant Using Context-Aware Notification Services.- Novel Contextual Technologies.- A Framework for Context-Aware Adaptation in Public Displays.- Location Based Application Availability.- Workshop on Enterprise Integration, Interoperability and Networking (IFAC-IFIP EI2N).- EI2N 2009 PC Co-chairs’ Message.- Invited Talk.- Systems as Foundations for MBSE.- Enterprise Architecture and Networking.- High-Speed Access to RFID Data: Meeting Real-Time Requirements in Distributed Value Chains.- Cross-Dimensional Modelling Patterns to Empower Pan-European Business to Government Services Interoperability.- Architecting the Firm – Coherency and Consistency in Managing the Enterprise.- Aspects of the BPRIM Language for Risk Driven Process Engineering.- Enterprise Integration and Interoperability.- ProcessGene-Connect: SOA Integration between Business Process Models and Enactment Transactions of Enterprise Software Systems.- Dynamic Business Networks: A Headache for Sustainable Systems Interoperability.- On the Use of Description Logic for Semantic Interoperability of Enterprise Systems.- A Maturity Model for Enterprise Interoperability.- Workshop on Information System in Distributed Environment (ISDE).- ISDE 2009 PC Co-chairs’ Message.- Tools and Task Allocation in Distributed Information System Development.- Systematic Task Allocation Evaluation in Distributed Software Development.- Extending Global Tool Integration Environment towards Lifecycle Management.- Dynamic SLA Negotiation in Autonomic Federated Environments.- Requirement Validation in Distributed Information System Development.- Network Security Validation Using Game Theory.- Process Management in Distributed Information System Development.- On the Use of Handover Checkpoints to Manage the Global Software Development Process.- Exploiting Process Knowledge for Event Processing in Distributed Business Applications.- Distributed Information System Development: Review of Some Management Issues.- Workshop on System/Software Architectures (IWSSA).- IWSSA 2009 PC Co-chairs’ Message.- Non-functional Requirements.- Towards a Fault-Tolerant Architecture for Enterprise Application Integration Solutions.- Architectural Stability.- Connecting Architecture and Implementation.- Confirming and Reconfirming Architectural Decisions on Scalability: A Goal-Driven Simulation Approach.- Model-Driven Approaches.- Transforming Functional Requirements from UML into BPEL to Efficiently Develop SOA-Based Systems.- Using an Architecture-Centric Model-Driven Approach for Developing Service-Oriented Solutions: A Case Study.- Using AOSD and MDD to Enhance the Architectural Design Phase.- A Model Transformation Approach to Derive Architectural Models from Goal-Oriented Requirements Models.- Evaluation, Verification and Validation.- Applying Formal Verification Techniques to Ambient Assisted Living Systems.- Software Architecture Evaluation in Global Software Development Projects.- Design.- An Architectural Pattern for Mobile Groupware Platforms.- Refinement of Software Product Line Architectures through Recursive Modeling Techniques.- Designing and Supporting Cooperative and Ubiquitous Learning Systems for People with Special Needs.- Software System Understanding via Architectural Views Extraction According to Multiple Viewpoints.- Workshop on Mobile and Networking Technologies for Social Applications (MONET).- MONET 2009 PC Co-chairs’ Message.- Social Networking.- SocioNet: A Context-Aware Approach for Lowering the Communication Barrier.- Models of Charity Donations and Project Funding in Social Networks.- Mobile Context Provider for Social Networking.- Business Applications.- Personalized Services Oriented towards Commercial Establishments.- CRM System Implementation in a Multinational Enterprise.- Mobile Applications and Services.- An Architecture for Dynamic Trust Monitoring in Mobile Networks.- ME: Multimodal Environment Based on Web Services Architecture.- Workshop on Ontology Content (OnToContent).- OnToContent 2009 PC Co-chairs’ Message.- Ontology Design.- Towards a Pattern-Driven Topical Ontology Modeling Methodology in Elderly Care Homes.- A Socio-semantic Approach to Collaborative Domain Conceptualization.- Termontography and DOGMA for Knowledge Engineering within PROLIX.- A Pattern-Based Framework of Change Operators for Ontology Evolution.- Business Model Ontologies.- A Simulation Model Articulation of the REA Ontology.- An Ontology for Modeling Complex Inter-relational Organizations.- Ontology Evaluation and Management.- Efficient Management of Biomedical Ontology Versions.- SemioSem: A Semiotic-Based Similarity Measure.- Ontology Evaluation through Usability Measures.- Ontologies in Distributed and Interactive Systems (ODIS).- Semantically Enhanced Recommender Systems.- Photo-Based User Interfaces: Picture It, Tag It, Use It.- Ontology Based Proactive Design and Patterns towards the Adaptability of Knowledge Management Systems.- ELDeR: An Ontology for Enabling Living inDependently of Risks.- Workshop on Fact-Oriented Modeling (ORM).- ORM 2009 PC Co-chairs’ Message.- Business Service and Process Modeling.- Towards a Common Platform to Support Business Processes, Services and Semantics.- BPMN as a Communication Language for the Process- and Event-Oriented Perspectives in Fact-Oriented Conceptual Models.- A Model for Semantic Equivalence Discovery for Harmonizing Master Data.- An ORM-Driven Implementation Framework for Database Federations.- ORM-Based Semantics of B2B Transactions.- Language and Tool Extensions.- The Constellation Query Language.- A Role Calculus for ORM.- Automated Test Input Generation for Software That Consumes ORM Models.- Development of Tooling to Support Fact-Oriented Modeling at ESA.- Predicate Reference and Navigation in ORM.- Positionalism of Relations and Its Consequences for Fact-Oriented Modelling.- Industrial Case Studies.- Fact-Orientation Applied to Develop a Flexible Employment Benefits System.- Business Semantics Management Supports Government Innovation Information Portal.- Workshop on OTM Academy.- OnTheMove Academy 2009 Organizers’ Message.- Automatic Detection of Terminology Evolution.- Ambient Information Systems to Support the Elderly in Carrying Out Their Activities of Daily Living.- K 4R – Knowledge to the Power of RESTful, Resourceful and Reactive Rules.- Automatic Construction of a Semantic, Domain-Independent Knowledge Base.- Solving Identity Management and Interoperability Problems at Pan-European Level.- An Application Framework for a Situation-Aware System Support for Smart Spaces.- Workshop on Semantic Web and Web Semantics (SWWS).- SWWS 2009 PC Co-chairs’ Message.- On Constructing, Grouping and Using Topical Ontology for Semantic Matching.- Query Results Clustering by Extending SPARQL with CLUSTER BY.- An Agent-Based Data Mining System for Ontology Evolution.- A Hybrid Concept Similarity Measure Model for Ontology Environment.- Semantic Wiki as a Basis for Software Engineering Ontology Evolution.- Semantic Extensions to Middleware: Enabling Large Scale Knowledge Applications (SEMELS).- Implementation of a Service-Based Grid Middleware for Accessing RDF Databases.- Towards a Reactive Semantic Execution Environment.- Collaborative Building, Sharing and Handling of Graphs of Documents Using P2P File-Sharing.- The Next Steps After SAWSDL (Beyond SAWSDL).- Management Tool for Semantic Annotations in WSDL.- SAWSDL for Self-adaptive Service Composition.- Adapting SAWSDL for Semantic Annotations of RESTful Services.- Community-Based Evolution of Knowledge-Intensive Systems (COMBEK).- An Evolutionary Ontology Approach for Community-Based Competency Management.- MaSiMe: A Customized Similarity Measure and Its Application for Tag Cloud Refactoring.

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