Web Information Systems -- WISE 2004: 5th International Conference on Web Information Systems Engineering, Brisbane, Australia, November 22-24, 2004, Proceedings / Edition 1

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This book constitutes the proceedings of the 5th International Conference on Web Information Systems Engineering, WISE 2004, held in Brisbane, Australia in November 2004.

The 45 revised full papers and 29 revised short papers presented together with 3 invited contributions were carefully reviewed and selected from 198 submissions. The papers are organized in topical sections on Web information modeling; payment and security; information extraction; advanced applications; performance issues; linkage analysis and document clustering; Web caching and content analysis; XML query processing; Web search and personalization; workflow management and enterprise information systems; business processes; deep Web and dynamic content; Web information systems design; ontologies and applicatoins; multimedia, user interfaces, and languages; and peer-to-peer and grid systems.

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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9783540238942
  • Publisher: Springer Berlin Heidelberg
  • Publication date: 12/22/2004
  • Series: Lecture Notes in Computer Science Series, #3306
  • Edition description: 2004
  • Edition number: 1
  • Pages: 745
  • Product dimensions: 9.21 (w) x 6.14 (h) x 1.50 (d)

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Zhou (Eds), Web Information Systems -- WISE 2004 (LNCS 3306)
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Table of Contents

Keynote Papers.- What Does It Mean to “Measure Performance”?.- Trustworthy Computing.- Towards Next Generation Web Information Retrieval.- Session 1: Web Information System Modelling.- Making XML an Information Modeling Language.- Web Information Exchange Diagrams for UML.- A User Service Oriented Method to Model Web Information Systems.- The Power of Media Types.- Scenario Matching Using Functional Substitutability in Web Services.- Session 2: Payment and Security.- Three Kinds of E-wallets for a NetPay Micro-Payment System.- Information Assurance in Federated Identity Management: Experimentations and Issues.- Query-Log Based Authority Analysis for Web Information Search.- XML Signature Extensibility Using Custom Transforms.- Session 3: Information Extraction.- Extraction of Cognitively-Significant Place Names and Regions from Web-Based Physical Proximity Co-occurrences.- Query Based Chinese Phrase Extraction for Site Search.- Extracting Business Rules from Web Product Descriptions.- Wrapping HTML Tables into XML.- Vague Event-Based Related News Detection.- Session 4: Advanced Applications.- A Web Based Platform for the Design of Administrational Reference Process Models.- Technologies for Online Issuing Service of Documents.- AutoDBT: A Framework for Automatic Testing of Web Database Applications.- Web-Based Surgical Simulation of Craniofacial CT Data.- Applications of Data Mining in Web Services.- Session 5: Performance Issues.- A Framework for the Relational Implementation of Tree Algebra to Retrieve Structured Document Fragments.- An Efficient OLAP Query Processing Technique Using Measure Attribute Indexes.- Preserving Aggregation Semantic Constraints in XML Document Update.- Session 6: Linkage Analysis and Document Clustering.- Exploiting PageRank at Different Block Level.- Multi-type Features Based Web Document Clustering.- Clustering Transactional XML Data with Semantically-Enriched Content and Structural Features.- Session 7: Web Caching and Content Analysis.- Schema-Less, Semantics-Based Change Detection for XML Documents.- Discovering Minimal Infrequent Structures from XML Documents.- Temporal Web Page Summarization.- Web Pre-fetching Using Adaptive Weight Hybrid-Order Markov Model.- Text Categorization Based on Domain Ontology.- Session 8: XML Query Processing.- AC-Tree: An Adaptive Structural Join Index.- Approximate Query Answering for a Heterogeneous XML Document Base.- Optimization of XML Transformations Using Template Specialization.- Materialized View Maintenance for XML Documents.- An Efficient Algorithm for Clustering XML Schemas.- Session 9: Web Search and Personalization.- Google’s “I’m Feeling Lucky”, Truly a Gamble?.- A Knowledge-Based Framework for the Rapid Development of Conversational Recommenders.- Categorizing Web Information on Subject with Statistical Language Modeling.- Optimizing Web Search Using Spreading Activation on the Clickthrough Data.- AVATAR: An Advanced Multi-agent Recommender System of Personalized TV Contents by Semantic Reasoning.- An Online Adaptive Method for Personalization of Search Engines.- Session 10: Workflow Management and Enterprise Information Systems.- Management of Serviceflow in a Flexible Way.- Recovery Nets: Towards Self-Adaptive Workflow Systems.- Structuring the Development of Inter-organizational Systems.- Contemplating Open Source Enterprise Systems.- Managing Changes to Virtual Enterprises on the Semantic Web.- Session 11: Business Processes.- A Reflective Approach to Keeping Business Characteristics in Business-End Service Composition.- A Domain Framework for Representation of Web System Impacts.- Knowledge Management in the Business Process Negotiation.- A Web Service Oriented Integration Approach for Enterprise and Business-to-Business Applications.- Session 12: Deep Web and Dynamic Content.- A Two-Phase Sampling Technique to Improve the Accuracy of Text Similarities in the Categorisation of Hidden Web Databases.- Capturing Web Dynamics by Regular Approximation.- Deep Crawling in the Semantic Web: In Search of Deep Knowledge.- Session 13: Web Information System Design.- Designing Localized Web Sites.- Scaling Dynamic Web Content Provision Using Elapsed-Time-Based Content Degradation.- Component Reconfiguration Tool for Software Product Lines with XML Technology.- Generating Multidimensional Schemata from Relational Aggregation Queries.- Semantics Based Conformance Assessment of ebXML Business Processes.- Session 14: Ontology and Applications.- Usage Scenarios and Goals for Ontology Definition Metamodel.- XML Schema Matching Based on Incremental Ontology Update.- Spam Mail Filtering System Using Semantic Enrichment.- Integrating Ontology Knowledge into a Query Algebra for Multimedia Meta Objects.- Session 15: Multimedia, User Interfaces, and Languages.- Toward Semantic Web Services for Multimedia Adaptation.- A Lightweight Encryption Algorithm for Mobile Online Multimedia Devices.- Aspect-ARM: An Aspect-Oriented Active Rule System for Heterogeneous Multimedia Information.- Opportunistic Search with Semantic Fisheye Views.- A Graphical XQuery Language Using Nested Windows.- Grouping in MetaXQuery.- Session 16: Peer-to-Peer and Grid Systems.- Search in Unstructured Peer-to-Peer Networks.- A Formal Model for the Grid Security Infrastructure.- SPSS: A Case of Semantic Peer-to-Peer Search System.- An Efficient Broadcast Algorithm Based on Connected Dominating Set in Unstructured Peer-to-Peer Network.- A Time-Based Peer Trust Evaluation in P2P E-commerce Environments.- Fault Resilience of Structured P2P Systems.
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