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This publication constitutes the refereed lawsuits of workshops, held on the thirtieth overseas convention on Conceptual Modeling, ER 2011, in Brussels, Belgium in October/November 2011. The 31 revised complete papers offered including nine posters and demonstrations (out of 88 submissions) for the workshops and the 6 papers (out of eleven submissions) for the commercial music have been rigorously reviewed and chosen. The papers are equipped in sections at the workshops internet details structures Modeling (WISM); Modeling and Reasoning for company Intelligence (MORE-BI); software program Variability administration (Variability@ER); Ontologies and Conceptual Modeling (Onto.Com); Semantic and Conceptual matters in GIS (SeCoGIS); and Foundations and Practices of UML (FP-UML).
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BPEL4UI extends the Partner Link part of BPEL in order to allow the deﬁnition of a binding 26 M. F. Neto, and L. Erbin Fig. 1. UI-BPEL Vs. BPEL4UI between BPEL activities and an existing user interface. This user interface is developed separately from the composition instead to be generated. Figure 1 shows the diﬀerence between our approach (UI-BPEL) and BPEL4UI approach. The top side of the ﬁgure depicts our approach that proposes to extend BPEL with user interactions so that a user interface for the Web service composition can be generated.
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McGinnes Shared schema, ontology or conceptual model App A Data + metadata Code to handle shared concepts App B Code to handle shared concepts Fig. 4. 1 Ontologies and the Semantic Web Ontologies have been proposed as a solution to data transfer problems. An ontology is a formal description of concepts and their relationships. Unlike conceptual models, ontologies are generally prepared independently of particular applications. Upper ontologies such as SUMO contain hundreds of thousands of interconnected concepts; they aim to encapsulate broad areas of knowledge in model form.