Web Engineering: 5th International Conference, ICWE 2005, Sydney, Australia, July 27-29, 2005, Proceedings / Edition 1

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This book constitutes the refereed proceedings of the 5th International Conference on Web Engineering, ICWE 2005, held in Sydney, Australia in July 2005.

The 33 revised full papers, 36 revised short papers, and 17 poster and demo papers presented together with abstracts of 4 invited keynotes were carefully reviewed and selected from 180 submissions. The papers are organized in topical sections on Web engineering milieu, evaluation and verification, non-functional requirements and testing, query and retrieval, applications, ontologies and XML, semantics and semantic Web, Web security, Web services and application design, and miscellaneous.

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Keynotes.- Keynote: Just Enough Requirements Management for Web Engineering.- Keynote: Performance, Availability and Security in Web Design.- Keynote: Bridging the Gap Between Requirements and Design.- Keynote: Google Maps and Browser Support for Rich Web Applications.- Web Engineering Milieu.- Web Service Engineering – Advancing a New Software Engineering Discipline.- Toward a Comprehension View of Web Engineering.- A Need-Oriented Assessment of Technological Trends in Web Engineering.- Adding Usability to Web Engineering Models and Tools.- Evaluation and Verification.- Organization-Oriented Measurement and Evaluation Framework for Software and Web Engineering Projects.- Web Usability Measurement: Comparing Logic Scoring Preference to Subjective Assessment.- Effectively Capturing User Navigation Paths in the Web Using Web Server Logs.- Design Verification of Web Applications Using Symbolic Model Checking.- Non-functional Requirements / Testing.- Towards Model-Driven Testing of a Web Application Generator.- WIT: A Framework for In-container Testing of Web-Portal Applications.- How to Deal with Non-functional Properties in Web Service Development.- Use Constraint Hierarchy for Non-functional Requirements Analysis.- Miscellaneous 1.- Towards a Taxonomy of Hypermedia and Web Application Size Metrics.- Identifying Websites with Flow Simulation.- An Increase Web Services Performance Method.- A System of Patterns for Web Navigation.- Query / Retrieval.- A Design of Spatial XQuery for Mobile and Location-Based Applications.- An Article Language Model for BBS Search.- Conqueries: An Agent That Supports Query Expansion.- Ubiquitous Information Retrieval Using Multi-level Characteristics.- Applications 1.- First-Order Patterns for Information Integration.- Web Application Development: Java, .Net and Lamp at the Same Time.- A Security Acceleration Using XML Signcryption Scheme in Mobile Grid Web Services.- Light-Weight Distributed Web Interfaces: Preparing the Web for Heterogeneous Environments.- Building Blocks for Identity Federations.- Applications 2.- Level of Detail Concepts in Data-Intensive Web Applications.- Separation of Navigation Routing Code in J2EE Web Applications.- Video-Based Sign Language Content Annotation by Incorporation of MPEG-7 Standard.- E-Legislative Services: Issues and Architecture.- Applications 3.- An Application Framework for Collaborative Learning.- An Investigation of Cloning in Web Applications.- Intelligent Web Information Service Model for Minimizing Information Gap Among People in E-Government.- Intelligent Website Evolution of Public Sector Based on Data Mining Tools.- Ontologies / XML.- An Experiment on the Matching and Reuse of XML Schemas.- Aggregation in Ontologies: Practical Implementations in OWL.- Recursive Application of Structural Templates to Efficiently Compress Parsed XML.- Matching Semantic Web Services Using Different Ontologies.- Semantics / Web Services.- Improving Semantic Consistency of Web Sites by Quantifying User Intent.- A Framework to Support QoS-Aware Usage of Web Services.- Integrating Web Applications and Web Services.- The Semantic Web Services Tetrahedron: Achieving Integration with Semantic Web Services.- Security.- Secure Web Forms with Client-Side Signatures.- Robust and Simple Authentication Prool for Secure Communication on the Web.- Offline Expansion of XACML Policies Based on P3P Metadata.- Miscellaneous 2.- Automatic Optimization of Web Recommendations Using Feedback and Ontology Graphs.- Recommender Systems Using Support Vector Machines.- Multi-channel Publication of Interactive Media Content for Web Information Systems.- Classification of RSS-Formatted Documents Using Full Text Similarity Measures.- Design 1 (Adaptation / User-Awareness).- Modelling Adaptivity with Aspects.- An Approach to User-Behavior-Aware Web Applications.- A Component-Based Reflective Middleware Approach to Context-Aware Adaptive Systems.- Adaptation of Web Pages for Hand-Held Devices.- Design 2 (Model-Based Approaches).- A Model-Based Approach for Integrating Third Party Systems with Web Applications.- A Model-Driven Approach for Designing Distributed Web Information Systems.- MDA Transformations Applied to Web Application Development.- Higher-Level Information Aspects of Web Systems: Addressing the Problem of Disconnection.- Design 3 (End-Users / Requirements).- As Easy as “Click”: End-User Web Engineering.- Towards End User Development of Web Applications for SMEs: A Component Based Approach.- Web Applications: A Simple Pluggable Architecture for Business Rich Clients.- From Web Requirements to Navigational Design – A Transformational Approach.- Design 4 (Frameworks / Commercial Experience).- Web Applications Design with a Multi-process Approach.- “Designing for the Web” Revisited: A Survey of Informal and Experienced Web Developers.- Web OPEN-Integrated: Proposed Framework for Web Development.- Framework for Collaborative Web Applications.- Design 5.- Discovering Re-usable Design Solutions in Web Conceptual Schemas: Metrics and Methodology.- The Role of Visual Tools in a Web Application Design and Verification Framework: A Visual Notation for LTL Formulae.- OOHDMDA – An MDA Approach for OOHDM.- A Service-Centric Architecture for Web Applications.- Posters.- NavOptim: On the Possibility of Minimising Navigation Effort.- A First Step Towards the Web Engineering Body of Knowledge.- Design Considerations for Web-Based Interactive TV Services.- Web Service Based Integration of Biological Interaction Databases.- Integrating Process Management and Content Management for Service Industries.- Service Publishing and Discovering Model in a Web Services Oriented Peer-to-Peer System.- A Web Services Method on Embedded Systems.- Evaluating Current Testing Processes of Web-Portal Applications.- XML Approach to Communication Design of WebGIS.- Automatic Generation of Client-Server Collaborative Web Applications from Diagrams.- Web Operational Analysis Through Performance-Related Ontologies in OWL for Intelligent Applications.- WCAG Formalization with W3C Techniques.- Analyzing Time-to-Market and Reliability Trade-Offs with Bayesian Belief Networks.- A UI-Driven Lightweight Framework for Developing Web Applications.- Demos.- Modelling the Behaviour of Web Applications with ArgoUWE.- Simulating Web Applications Design Models.

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