Conceptual Modeling for E-Business and the Web: ER 2000 by Nicola Guarino, Christopher Welty (auth.), Stephen W.

By Nicola Guarino, Christopher Welty (auth.), Stephen W. Liddle, Heinrich C. Mayr, Bernhard Thalheim (eds.)

The aim of the workshops linked to the ER2000 nineteenth foreign convention on Conceptual Modeling used to be to offer individuals the chance to give and speak about rising, sizzling themes, hence including new views to conceptual modeling. This draws groups that have started to or that have already famous the significance of conceptual modeling for fixing their difficulties. to fulfill this target, we chosen the next themes: { Conceptual Modeling ways for E-Business (eCOMO2000) aimed toward learning the appliance of conceptual modeling recommendations speci cally to e-business. { the realm huge internet and Conceptual Modeling (WCM2000) which analyzes how conceptual modeling may help deal with the demanding situations of net devel- ment, administration, and use. eCOMO2000 is the rst overseas workshop on Conceptual Modeling - proaches for E-Business. It was once meant to determine and to debate the particular kingdom of study on conceptual modeling elements and techniques in the realm of the community economic climate, that's pushed by way of either routinely equipped ent- prises and dynamic networks. Following the philosophy of the ER workshops, the choice of eCOMO contributions was once performed very conscientiously and restrictively (six accredited papers out of 13 submissions) so one can warrantly a very good workshop software. we're deeply indebted to the authors and to the contributors of this system committee, whose paintings led to this notable program.

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