Accepted Papers

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Presentation details

  • The presentation software installed on the presentation computers will be adobe reader + powerpoint 2007;
  • If you are the author of a long paper, then you get in total 30 minutes, i.e. for the presentation plus discussion plus switching time.
  • If you are the author of a short paper, then you get in total approx 20-22 minutes. So about 15 minutes for the talk if about 5 minutes are reserved for the discussion. You can reduce the discussion time slightly if your session chair agrees.
  • Please report 10 minutes before the session in the session room to your session chair (to upload the files to the presentation computers). See the booklet for the full details.

ER 2011 Main Conference

Regular Papers

  1. Paolo Ciaccia, Riccardo Torlone. Modeling the Propagation of User Preferences
  2. Flavio Ferrarotti. A precious class of cardinality constraints for flexible XML data processing
  3. Patrício De Alencar Silva, Hans Weigand. Enterprise Monitoring Ontology
  4. Silvia Ingolfo, Alberto Siena, John Mylopoulos. Establishing Regulatory Compliance for Software Requirements
  5. Iris Reinhartz-Berger, Arnon Sturm, Yair Wand. External Variability of Software: Classification and Ontological Foundations
  6. Amit K. Chopra, Elda Paja, Paolo Giorgini. Socio-Technical Trust: An Architectural Approach
  7. Wolfgang Maass, Veda Storey, Tobias Kowatsch. Effects of External Conceptual Models and Verbal Explanations On Shared Understanding in Small Groups
  8. Bernhard Thalheim, Qing Wang. Towards a Theory of Refinement for Data Migration
  9. Elisa Quintarelli, Emanuele Rabosio, Letizia Tanca. Context schema evolution in context-aware data management
  10. Kathrin Figl, Michael Derntl. The Influence of Cognitive Effectiveness on Perceived Usefulness of Visual Conceptual Modeling Languages
  11. Yulkeidi Martínez Espinosa, Cristina Cachero, Maristella Matera, Silvia Abrahao, Sergio Luján. Impact of Model-driven approaches on the Maintainability of Web applications: an experimental evaluation
  12. Rajwinder Panesar-Walawege, Mehrdad Sabetzadeh, Lionel Briand. Using UML Profiles for Sector-Specific Tailoring of Safety Evidence Information
  13. Ahmed Awad, Matthias Kunze, Sherif Sakr, Mathias Weske. Design by Selection: A Reuse-based Approach for Business Process Modeling
  14. Ravi Ramdoyal, Anthony Cleve. From Pattern-based User Interfaces to Conceptual Schemas and Back
  15. Andrea Cali, Georg Gottlob, Andreas Pieris. Querying Conceptual Schemata with Expressive Equality Constraints
  16. Vitor E. Silva Souza, Alexei Lapouchnian, John Mylopoulos. System Identification for Adaptive Software Systems: a Requirements-Engineering Perspective
  17. David W. Embley, Stephen W. Liddle, Deryle W. Lonsdale, Yuri Tijerino. Multilingual Ontologies for Cross-Language Information Extraction and Semantic Search
  18. Miguel A. Teruel, Elena Navarro, Víctor López-Jaquero, Francisco Montero, Pascual González. CSRML: A Goal-Oriented Approach to Model Requirements for Collaborative Systems
  19. Yuan An, Ritu Khare, Il-Yeol Song, Xiaohua Hu. Automatically Mapping and Integrating Multiple Data Entry Forms into a Database
  20. Dolors Costal, Cristina Gómez, Giancarlo Guizzardi. Formal Semantics and Ontological Analysis for Understanding Subsetting, Specialization and Redefinition of Associations in UML
  21. Wilfred Ng. Developing RFID Database Models for Analysing Tag Movement in Supply Chain Management
  22. Lidia Lopez, Xavier Franch, Jordi Marco. Making Explicit some Implicit Language Decisions in the i* Framework
  23. Xiang Li, Christoph Quix. Merging Relational Views: A Minimization Approach
  24. Carlos R. Rivero, Inma Hernández, David Ruiz, Rafael Corchuelo. Generating SPARQL Executable Mappings to Integrate Ontologies
  25. Ornsiri Thonggoom, Il-Yeol Song, Yuan An. Semi-Automatic Conceptual Data Modeling Using Entity and Relationship Instance Repositories

Short Papers

  1. Lei Jiang, Daniele Barone, Daniele Amyot, John Mylopoulos. Strategic Models for Business Intelligence
  2. Haridimos Kondylakis, Dimitris Plexousakis. Ontology Evolution in Data Integration: Query Rewriting to the Rescue
  3. Elena Planas, Jordi Cabot, Cristina Gómez. Lightweight Verification of Executable Models
  4. Maya Lincoln, Avigdor Gal. Content-Based Validation of Business Process Modifications
  5. Alejandro Maté, Juan Trujillo. Incorporating Traceability in Conceptual Models for Data Warehouses by using MDA
  6. Anna Perini, Nauman A. Qureshi, Luca Sabatucci, Alberto Siena, Angelo Susi. Evolving Requirements in Socio-Technical Systems: Concepts and Practice
  7. Maria Bergholtz, Paul Johannesson, Birger Andersson. Towards a model of services based on co-creation, abstraction and restriction
  8. Alejandro Maté, Juan Trujillo, Xavier Franch. A Modularization Proposal for Goal-Oriented Analysis of Data Warehouses using I-star
  9. Huayu Wu, Zhifeng Bao. Object-Oriented XML Keyword Search
  10. Lucia Castro, Fernanda Baiao, Giancarlo Guizzardi. A Semantic Oriented Method for Conceptual Data Modeling in OntoUML Based on Linguistic Concepts
  11. Sonia Bergamaschi, Francesco Guerra, Silvia Rota, Yannis Velegrakis. A Hidden Markov Model Approach to Keyword-based Search over Relational Databases
  12. Daniele Barone, Lei Jiang, Daniel Amyot, John Mylopoulos. Composite Indicators for Business Intelligence
  13. Sonja Kabicher, Simone Kriglstein, Stefanie Rinderle-Ma. Change Tracking in Business Process Models
  14. Alexander Nielen, Denise Költer, Jürgen Karla, Christopher M. Schlick, Susanne Mütze. An Empirical Analysis of Human Performance and Reliability in Process Model Development

7th International Workshop on Foundations and Practices of UML (FP-UML)

  1. Drazen Brdjanin and Slavko Maric. On Automated Generation of Associations in Conceptual Database Models
  2. Iris Reinhartz-Berger and Arava Tsoury. Specification and Utilization of Core Assets: Feature-Oriented vs. UML-based Methods
  3. Kevin Marth and Shangping Ren. Actor-eUML for Concurrent Programming

1st International Workshop on Modeling and Reasoning for Business Intelligence (MoRE-BI 2011)

  1. Monica Caniupan and Alejandro Vaisman. Repairing Dimension Hierarchies under Inconsistent Reclassification
  2. Oscar Romero and Alberto Abello. A Comprehensive Framework on Multidimensional Modeling
  3. Frithjof Dau and Baris Sertkaya. Formal Concept Analysis for Qualitative Data Analysis over Triple Stores
  4. Jose-Norberto Mazon, Jens Lechtenbörger and Juan Trujillo. A model-driven approach for enforcing summarizability in multidimensional modeling
  5. Bernd Neumayr, Michael Schrefl and Konrad Linner. Semantic Cockpit: An Ontology-driven, Interactive Business Intelligence Tool for Comparative Data Analysis
  6. Francesco Di Tria. GrHyMM: a Graph-oriented Hybrid Multidimensional Model
  7. Abdelghani Bakhtouchi and Ladjel Bellatreche. Ontologies and Functional Dependencies for Data Integration and Reconciliation

International Workshop on Ontologies and Conceptual Modeling (Onto-CoM 2011)

  1. Matthijs van der Kroon and Ana M. Levin Gene Ontology based automated annotation: why it isn't working
  2. Frank Loebe: Ontological Usage Schemes: A Working Proposal for the Ontological Foundation of Language Use
  3. Marcello Frixione and Antonio Lieto Formal Ontologies, Exemplars, Prototypes
  4. Claudio Masolo Levels for Conceptual Modeling
  5. Roman Lukyanenko and Jeffrey Parsons Unintended Consequences of Class-based Ontological Commitment
  6. Frederik Gailly and Geert Poels Experimental Evaluation of an ontology-driven enterprise modeling language
  7. David W. Embley, Stephen W. Liddle, and Deryle W. Lonsdale: Principled Pragmatism: A Guide to the Adaptation of Ideas from Philosophical Disciplines to Conceptual Modeling

5th International Workshop on Semantic and Conceptual Issues in GIS (SeCoGIS 2011)

  1. Nieves R. Brisaboa, Miguel R. Luaces and Andrea Rodriguez. Cognitive Adequacy of Topological Consistency Measures
  2. Stefan Mitsch, Werner Retschitzegger and Wieland Schwinger. Towards Modeling Dynamic Behavior with Integrated Qualitative Spatial Relations
  3. Chamseddine Zaki, Myriam Servières and Guillaume Moreau. Transforming conceptual spatiotemporal model into Object model with semantic keeping
  4. Max Egenhofer. Reasoning with Complements
  5. Phil Bartie, Femke Reitsma, Eliseo Clementini and Simon Kingham. Referring Expressions in Location Based Services: The case of the 'Opposite' Relation
  6. Tao Chen and Markus Schneider. The Neighborhood Configuration Model. a New Framework To Distinguish Topological Relationships between Complex Volumes

Workshop on Software Variability Management (Variability@ER)

  1. Timo K. Käkölä. ISO Initiatives on Software Product Line Engineering: Vision and Current Status (Invited Talk)
  2. Mohammed Eldammagh and Olga De Troyer. Feature Modeling Tools: Evaluation and Lessons learned
  3. Ateeq Khan, Gunter Saake, Christian Kaestner and Veit Koeppen. Service Variability Patterns
  4. Angela Lozano. An Overview of Techniques for Detecting Software Variability Concepts in Source Code
  5. Jaap Kabbedijk and Slinger Jansen. Variability in Multi-tenant Environments: Architectural Design Patterns from Industry

8th International Workshop on Web Information Systems Modeling (WISM 2011)

  1. Jose Palazzo Moreira de Oliveira, Giseli Rabello Lopes, and Mirella Moura Moro. Academic Social Networks (invited talk)
  2. Simon McGinnes. Conceptual Modelling for Web Information Systems: What Semantics Can Be Shared?
  3. Jose Alfonso Aguilar, Irene Garrigos, and Jose-Norberto Mazon. A Goal-Oriented Approach for Optimizing Non-Functional Requirements in Web Applications
  4. Mohamed Boukhebouze, Waldemar Pires Ferreira Neto, and Lim Erbin. Yet Another BPEL Extension for User Interactions
  5. Devis Bianchini, Valeria De Antonellis, and Michele Melchiori. Semantics-Enabled Web API Organization and Recommendation

ER 2011 Industrial Track

  1. Antonino Battaglia, Matteo Golfarelli, Stefano Rizzi: QBX: A CASE Tool for Data Mart Design
  2. Morten Middelfart, Torben Bach Pedersen: The Meta-Morphing Model Used in TARGIT BI Suite
  3. Elena Tsiporkova, Tom Tourwe: Tool support for technology scouting using online sources
  4. Sabri Skhiri, Marc Delbaere, Yves Bontemps, Gregoire de Hemptinne, Nam-Luc Tran: Governance issues on heavy models in an industrial context
  5. Steven J.H. van Kervel: High quality technical documentation for large industrial plants using an enterprise engineering and conceptual modeling based software solution
  6. Christophe Debruyne, Pieter De Leenheer, Peter Spyns, Geert van Grootel, Stijn Christiaens: Publishing open data and services for the Flemish Research Information Space

ER 2011 Demos and Posters

  1. Rajwinder Kaur Panesar-Walawege, Torbjørn Skyberg Knutsen, Mehrdad Sabetzadeh and Lionel Briand: CRESCO: Construction of Evidence Repositories for Managing Standards Compliance
  2. Albert Tort, Antoni Olivé and María-Ribera Sancho: The CSTL Processor: A Tool for Automated Conceptual Schema Testing
  3. Sonia Bergamaschi, Francesco Guerra, Silvia Rota and Yannis Velegrakis: KEYRY: a Keyword-based Search Engine over Structured Sources based on a Hidden Markov Model
  4. Antonio Villegas, Maria-Ribera Sancho and Antoni Olivé: A Tool for Filtering Large Conceptual Schemas
  5. David Aguilera, Raúl García-Ranea, Cristina Gómez and Antoni Olivé: An Eclipse Plugin for Validating Names in UML Conceptual Schemas
  6. Cauê Clasen, Frédéric Jouault and Jordi Cabot: VirtualEMF: a Model Virtualization Tool
  7. Carlos R. Rivero, Inma Hernandez, David Ruiz and Rafael Corchuelo: Mosto: Generating SPARQL Executable Mappings Between Ontologies
  8. Daniel Ritter and Ankur Bhatt: Modeling Approach for Business Networks with an Integration and Business Perspective
  9. Paul Hernández, Irene Garrigos and Jose-Norberto Mazon: Towards a model-driven framework for Web usage warehouse development

ER 2011 Doctoral Consortium

  1. Emanuele Rabosio: Context-Aware Data Management
  2. Ilona Wilmont: Abstract reasoning and individual differences in conceptual modelling
  3. Alejandro Maté: Requirements Engineering in Data Warehouses
  4. Yonggui Wang: On the Representations of Part-Whole Relations in Conceptual Modeling: Ontological and Cognitive Perspective
  5. Scott Britell: Introducing Canonical Structures over a Domain-Specific Collection
  6. Kijung Lee: Modeling and analyzing causality between threats to privacy and user behavior of privacy management on Online Social Networks

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