Accepted Papers


Accepted Full Papers

  1.  Thuy Ngoc Le, Zhifeng Bao and Tok Wang Ling. Schema-Independence in XML Keyword Search
  2. Albert Tort and Antoni Olivé. A Computer-Guided Approach to Website Schema.org Design
  3. Henning Koehler and Sebastian Link. Cardinality Constraints for Uncertain Data
  4. Qing Wang. Analytical ER Model:Towards a Conceptual View of Network Analysis
  5. Christian Nieke, Ulrich Guentzer and Wolf-Tilo Balke. TopCrowd – Efficient Crowd-enabled Top-k Retrieval on Incomplete Data
  6. Jennifer Horkoff, Fatma Başak Aydemir, Feng-Lin Li, Tong Li and John Mylopoulos. Evaluating Modeling Languages: An Example from the Requirements Domain
  7. Scott Britell, Lois Delcambre and Paolo Atzeni. Generic Data Manipulation in a Mixed Global/Local Conceptual Model
  8. Yaping Luo, Mark Van Den Brand, Luc Engelen and Martijn Klabbers. From Conceptual Models to Safety Assurance
  9. Prudhvi Janga and Karen Davis. Mapping Heterogeneous XML Document Collections to Relational Databases
  10. Xiaowei Wang, Nicola Guarino, Giancarlo Guizzardi and John Mylopoulos. Software as a Social Artifact: a Management and Evolution Perspective
  11. Roberto De Virgilio, Antonio Maccioni and Riccardo Torlone. Model-driven design of graph databases
  12. Silvia Ingolfo, Ivan Jureta, Alberto Siena, Anna Perini and Angelo Susi. Nomos 3: A Language for Legal Compliance of Roles and Requirements
  13. Xavier Oriol, Ernest Teniente and Albert Tort. Fixing up Non-executable Operations in UML/OCL Conceptual Schemas
  14. Mirko Morandini, Alberto Siena and Angelo Susi. Modelling Risk Exposure in OSS Adoption
  15. Giancarlo Guizzardi and Tiago Prince Salles. Detection, Simulation and Elimination of Semantic Anti-patterns in Ontology-Driven Conceptual Models
  16. Kostas Stefanidis, Ioannis Chrysakis and Giorgos Flouris. On Designing Archiving Policies for Evolving RDF Datasets on the Web
  17. Okhaide Akhigbe, Daniel Amyot and Gregory Richards. A Framework for a Business Intelligence-Enabled Adaptive Enterprise Architecture
  18. Sheng Li, Junhu Wang and Xin Wang. Ontology-Based Spelling Suggestion for RDF Keyword Search
  19. Jie Hu and Mengchi Liu. A New Approach for N-ary Relationships in Object Databases
  20. Lidia Lopez, Dolors Costal, Claudia P. Ayala, Xavier Franch, Ruediger Glott and Kirsten Haaland. Modelling and Applying OSS Business Strategies
  21. Marija Bjeković, Henderik Proper and Jean-Sébastien Sottet. Embracing Pragmatics
  22. Catherine Jayapandian, Chien-Hung Chen, Aman Dabir, Guo-Qiang Zhang, Samden Lhatoo and Satya Sahoo. Domain Ontology As Conceptual Model for Big Data Management: Application in Biomedical Informatics
  23. Kala Fleming and Komminist Weldemariam. From Needs to Services: Delivering Personalized Water Assurance Services in Urban Africa
  24. Christian Nieke, Ulrich Guentzer and Wolf-Tilo Balke. TopCrowd – Efficient Crowd-enabled Top-k Retrieval on Incomplete Data.

Accepted Short Papers

  1. Evandrino G. Barros, Alberto Laender, Mirella M. Moro and Altigran S. Da Silva. MKStream: An Efficient Algorithm for Processing Multiple Keyword Queries over XML Streams
  2. Francesca Bugiotti, Luca Cabibbo, Paolo Atzeni and Riccardo Torlone. Database Design for NoSQL Systems
  3. Sandra Trullemans and Beat Signer. Towards a Conceptual Framework and Metamodel for Context-Aware Personal Cross-Media Information Management Systems
  4. Ye Tian and Guoray Cai. Modeling Claim-making Process in Democratic Deliberation
  5. Barbara Livieri, Mario Bochicchio and Marco Zappatore. Towards an “XBRL Ontology” Extension for Management Accounting
  6. Itzel Morales Ramirez, Anna Perini and Renata Guizzardi. Providing Foundation for User Feedback Concepts by Extending a Communication Ontology
  7. Miguel A. Teruel, Roberto Tardío, Elena Navarro, Alejandro Maté, Pascual González, Juan Trujillo and Rafael Muñoz Terol. CSRML4BI: A Goal-Oriented Requirements Approach for Collaborative Business Intelligence
  8. Soumaya Amdouni, Mahmoud Barhamgi, Djamal Benslimane, Rim Faiz and Kokou Ytongnon. Web Services Composition in the Presence of Uncertainty
  9. Okhaide Akhigbe, Mohammad Alhaj, Daniel Amyot, Omar Badreddin, Edna Braun, Nick Cartwright, Gregory Richards and Gunter Mussbacher. Creating Quantitative Goal Models: Governmental Experience
  10. Mengchi Liu, Jie Hu and Liu Chen. A Conceptual Modeling Language for Complex Database Applications
  11. Henrique Prado Sousa and Julio Cesar Sampaio Do Prado Leite. Modeling Organizational Alignment
  12. Efthymia Kontogiannopoulou, Petros Manousis and Panos Vassiliadis. Visual Maps for Data-Intensive Ecosystems
  13. Xianmang He. Utility-Friendly Heterogenous Generalization in Privacy Preserving Data Publishing
  14. Sepideh Ghavnavati, Llio Humphreys, Guido Boella, Luigi Di Caro and Livio Robaldo. Business Process Compliance with Multiple Regulations
  15. Wolfgang Maass and Veda Storey. Recall of Concepts and Relationships Learned by Conceptual Models: The Impact of Narratives, General-Purpose, and Pattern-based Conceptual Grammars

 

Accepted Workshop Papers

ENMO

Sergio de Cesare and Guido Geerts

  1. Vinay Kulkarni, Tony Clark, Souvik Barat and Balbir Barn. Model Based Enterprise Simulation and Analysis: A pragmatic approach reducing the burden on experts
  2. Michaël Verdonck, Frederik Gailly and Geert Poels. 3D vs. 4D ontologies in Enterprise Modeling
  3. Vitor Afonso Pinto, Camila Leles de Rezende Rohlfs, and Fernando Silva Parreiras. Applications of Ontologies in Enterprise Modelling: A Systematic Mapping Study

 

MOBID

Il-Yeol Song, Juan Trujillo, David Gil and Carlos Blanco

  1. Sudha Ram. Extracting Value from Big Data
  2. Marie-Aude Aufaure and Raja Chiky. From Business Intelligence to Semantic Data Stream Management
  3. Odette Sangupamba Mwilu, Nicolas Pratand Isabelle Comyn-Wattiau. Business Intelligence and Big Data in the Cloud: Opportunities for Design-Science Researchers
  4. Ismael Caballero, Manuel Serrano and Mario Piattini. A Data Quality in Use Model for Big Data
  5. Seungtae Hong, Jeonghoon Lee, Jaewoo Chang and Dong Hoon Choi. A Semi-Clustering Scheme for High Performance PageRank on Hadoop
  6. Jesús Peral, Antonio Ferrández, Roberto Tardío, Alejandro Maté and Elisa de Gregorio. Energy consumption prediction by using an integrated multidimensional modeling approach and data mining techniques with Big Data
  7. Krishna Karthik Gadiraju, Karen C. Davis, and Paul G. Talaga. Benchmarking Performance for Migrating a Relational Application to a Parallel Implementation

 

MReBA

Jennifer Horkoff, Camille Salinesi and Renata Guizzardi

  1. Wilco Engelsmanand Roel Wieringa. Understandability of Goal-Oriented Requirements Engineering Concepts by Requirements Engineering Experts
  2. Corentin Burnay, Joseph Gillain, Ivan J. Jureta and Stéphane Faulkner. On the Definition of Self-Service Systems
  3. Yingzhi Gou, Aditya Ghose, Chee-Fon Chang, Hoa Khanh Dam and Andrew Miller. Semantic Monitoring and Compensation in Socio-technical Processes
  4. S. Ingolfo, A. Siena and J. Mylopoulos. Modeling Regulatory Compliance in Requirements Engineering
  5. Joshua C. Nwokeji, Tony Clark, Balbir Barn and Vinay Kulkarni. Automated Completeness Check in KAOS
  6. Sagar Sunkle, Hemant Rathod and Vinay Kulkarni. Practical Goal Modeling for Enterprise Change Context: A Problem Statement

 

QMMQ

Oscar Pastor, Samira Si-said Cherfi and Charlotte Hug

  1. David W. Embley, Stephen W. Liddle and Scott N. Woodfield. A Superstructure for Models of Quality
  2. Michael Owonibi and Birgitta Koenig-Ries. A Quality Management Workflow Proposal for a Biodiversity Data Repository
  3. Carolina Valverde, Diego Vallespir, Adriana Marotta and Jose Ignacio Panach. Applying a Data Quality Model to Experiments in Software Engineering
  4. Ahlem Assila, Káthia Marçal de Oliveira and Houcine Ezzedine. Towards indicators for HCI quality evaluation support

 

SeCoGIS

Andrea Ballatore, Mir Abolfazl Mostafavi and Esteban Zimányi

  1. Jing Wu, Christophe Claramunt and Min Deng. Towards a Qualitative Representation of Movement
  2. Venkata M.V. Gunturi and Shashi Shekhar. Lagrangian Xgraphs: A logical data-model for Spatio-temporal Network Data: A Summary
  3. Aye Thida Hlaing, Htoo Htooand Yutaka Ohsawa. Efficient Reverse kNN Query Algorithm on Road Network Distances Using Partitioned Subgraphs
  4. Gerardo José Zárate, Jugurta Lisboa-Filho and Carlos Frankl Sperber. Using the Model-Driven Architecture Approach for Geospatial Databases Design of Ecological Niches and Potential Distributions
  5. Luís Eduardo Oliveira Lizardo and Clodoveu Augusto Davis Jr. OMT-G Designer: A web tool for modeling geographic databases in OMT-G
  6. Logan Maughan, Mark McKenney and Zachary Benchley. A Model of Aggregate Operations for Data Analytics over Spatiotemporal Objects

 

WISM

Flavius Frasincar, Geert-Jan Houben and Philippe Thiran

  1. Daniel Sarmiento Suárez, Claudia Jiménez-Guarín. Natural Language Processing for Linking Online News and Open Government Data
  2. Vitor Afonso Pintoand Fernando Silva Parreiras. Enterprise Linked Data: A Systematic Mapping Study
  3. Damir Vandic, Lennart J. Nederstigt and Steven S. Aanen. Ontology Population from Web Product Information
  4. Guorong Cao, Qingping Tan, Xiaoyan Xue, Wei Zhou and Yongyong Dai. Service Adaptability Analysis across Semantics and Behavior Levels based on Model Transformation
  5. Hanane Bechaand Sana Sellami. Prioritizing Consumer-Centric NFPs in Service Selection