Web Engineering: 4th International Conference, ICWE 2004, Munich, Germany, July 26-30, 2004, Proceedings / Edition 1

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This book constitutes the refereed proceedings of the 4th International Conference on Web Engineering, ICWE 2004, held in Munich, Germany, in July 2004.

The 25 revised full papers, 42 short papers, and 24 posters presented together with abstracts of 3 invited papers were carefully reviewed and selected from 204 submissions. The papers are organized in topical sections on Web quality and usability, conceptual modeling; Web services and distributed processes and systems; Web metrics, cost estimation, and measurement; personalization and adaptation of Web applications; code generation and tools; development process and process improvement of Web applications; semantic Web applications; performance; Web data models, query, and representation languages; Web interface engineering; security, safety, and reliability; Web mining, user models, and data analysis.

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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9783540225119
  • Publisher: Springer Berlin Heidelberg
  • Publication date: 8/26/2004
  • Series: Lecture Notes in Computer Science Series , #3140
  • Edition description: 2004
  • Edition number: 1
  • Pages: 626
  • Product dimensions: 9.21 (w) x 6.14 (h) x 1.38 (d)

Table of Contents

Invited Papers.- The Real World or Web Engineering?.- Web Engineering – Old Wine in New Bottles?.- Requirements Engineering: Problem Analysis and Solution Specification (Extended Abstract).- Web Quality and Usability.- Automated Evaluation of Web Usability and Accessibility by Guideline Review.- “I Need It Now”: Improving Website Usability by Contextualizing Privacy Policies.- A Linear Regression Model for Assessing the Ranking of Web Sites Based on Number of Visits.- A Framework for Exploiting Conceptual Modeling in the Evaluation of Web Application Quality.- Using Adaptive Techniques to Validate and Correct an Audience Driven Design of Web Sites.- Conceptual Modeling.- Modeling User Input and Hypermedia Dynamics in Hera.- A Behavioral Semantics of OOHDM Core Features and of Its Business Process Extension.- XGuide – Concurrent Web Engineering with Contracts.- A Proposal for Petri Net Based Web Service Application Modeling.- Extending Navigation Modelling to Support Content Aggregation in Web Sites.- Web Services and Distributed Processes and Systems.- Exception Handling Within Workflow-Based Web Applications.- Loosely Coupled Web Services in Remote Object Federations.- MDA Applied: From Sequence Diagrams to Web Service Choreography.- A Three-Level Architecture for Distributed Web Information Systems.- Modeling and Analysis of Contract Net Prool.- Web Metrics, Cost Estimation, and Measurement.- A Web Metrics Survey Using WQM.- A COSMIC-FFP Based Method to Estimate Web Application Development Effort.- Evaluation of Commercial Web Engineering Processes.- A Roadmap Towards Distributed Web Assessment.- Ontology for Software Metrics and Indicators: Building Process and Decisions Taken.- Measuring Semantic Relations of Web Sites by Clustering of Local Context.- Personalization and Adaptation of Web Applications.- Interplay of Content and Context.- Model-Driven Design of Web Applications with Client-Side Adaptation.- Personalisation Services for Self E-learning Networks.- Personalizing Web Sites for Mobile Devices Using a Graphical User Interface.- Personalizing Digital Libraries at Design Time: The Miguel de Cervantes Digital Library Case Study*.- Code Generation and Tools.- Comparison of Two Approaches for Automatic Construction of Web Applications: Annotation Approach and Diagram Approach.- Device Independent Web Applications – The Author Once – Display Everywhere Approach.- WAPS: Web Application Prototyping System.- A Framework for the Simulation of Web Applications.- Advisor Suite: A Tool for Rapid Development of Maintainable Online Sales Advisory Systems.- Development Process and Process Improvement of Web Applications.- An Agent-Based Approach to Web Site Maintenance.- From Maintenance to Evolutionary Development of Web Applications: A Pragmatic Approach.- An MDA Approach for the Development of Web Applications.- RetroWeb: A Web Site Reverse Engineering Approach.- Empirical Methodologies for Web Engineering.- Semantic Web and Applications.- Using RDF to Query Spatial XML.- Extending Policy Languages to the Semantic Web.- HyCo – An Authoring Tool to Create Semantic Learning Objects for Web-Based E-learning Systems.- Annotation for the Semantic Web During Website Development.- Lifting XML Schema to OWL.- Performance.- Accelerating Dynamic Web Content Delivery Using Keyword-Based Fragment Detection.- SIE – Intelligent Web Proxy Framework.- Wide Area Performance Monitoring Using Aggregate Latency Profiles.- Workload Characterization of Uncacheable HTTP Content.- A Scalable Component-Based Architecture for Online Services of Library Catalogs.- Web Data Models, Query and Representation Languages.- An XHTML 2.0 Implementation.- Semantic Matching of Natural Language Web Queries.- From Relational Data to RDFS Models.- Automatic Interpretation of Natural Language for a Multimedia E-learning Tool.- Representing XML Schema in UML – A Comparison of Approaches.- Web Interface Engineering.- Screen Readers Cannot See.- Engineering the Presentation Layer of Adaptable Web Information Systems.- A Notation and Framework for Dialog Flow Control in Web Applications.- A Framework for the Internationalization of Data-Intensive Web Applications.- Using Web Services to Build Context-Aware Applications in Ubiquitous Computing.- Security, Safety, and Reliability.- Model-Checking of Safety and Security Aspects in Web Service Flows.- Reliable and Adaptable Security Engineering for Database-Web Services.- Supporting Secure Deployment of Portal Components.- A System for Interactive Authorization for Business Processes for Web Services.- Web Engineering Curriculum: A Case Study of an Evolving Framework.- Web Mining, User Models, and Data Analysis.- Behaviour Recovery and Complicated Pattern Definition in Web Usage Mining.- An Efficient Automated Negotiation System Using Multi-attributes in the Online Environment.- Local Nonnegative Matrix Factorization for Mining Typical User Session Profile.- An Architecture for Personalized Systems Based on Web Mining Agents.- WISE: A Web-Based Intelligent Sensor Explorer Framework for Publishing, Browsing, and Analyzing Sensor Data over the Internet.- Posters.- Semantic Information Generation from Classification and Information Extraction.- A Study on the Secure Business Web Service Based on ebXML.- Website Modeling and Website Generation.- Improving Web Sites by Automatic Source Code Analysis and Modifications.- Using Topic Maps in an E-learning Context.- A Component-Based WebGIS Geo-Union.- Engineering a Semantic Web for Pathology.- Enhancing Decoupling in Portlet Implementation.- A Metadata Model for the Design and Deployment of Document Management Systems.- MSC-Based Formalism for Automated Web Navigation.- A Procedure for Development and Execution of Process-Based Composite Web Services.- Towards Integrating Autonomously Created Knowledge Descriptions for the Semantic Web.- XWebProcess: Agile Software Development for Web Applications.- Automating Standards-Based Courseware Development Using UML.- WING: A Web Probing, Visualization, and Performance Analysis Service.- Preparing for Service-Oriented Computing: A Composite Design Pattern for Stubless Web Service Invocation.- An Architectural Model to Promote User Awareness on the Web.- UML Profile for OWL.- Building and Operating an E-business Platform – Technical Challenges and Other Pitfalls.- Tool Demonstrations.- Model-Driven Web Development with VisualWADE.- WebRatio, an Innovative Technology for Web Application Development.- Modeling the Structure of Web Applications with ArgoUWE.- Welkin: Automatic Generation of Adaptive Hypermedia Sites with NLP Techniques.- Authoring and Dynamic Generation of Adaptive E-courses.

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