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By Jihong Guan (auth.), Shan Wang, Katsumi Tanaka, Shuigeng Zhou, Tok-Wang Ling, Jihong Guan, Dong-qing Yang, Fabio Grandi, Eleni E. Mangina, Il-Yeol Song, Heinrich C. Mayr (eds.)
This e-book constitutes the refereed joint complaints of six internationl workshops held at the side of the twenty third foreign convention on Conceptual Modeling, ER 2004, in Shanghai, China in November 2004.
The fifty six revised complete papers offered have been rigorously reviewed and chosen from 163 submissions. The papers are equipped in topical sections on geographical conceptual modeling; spatial garage, indexing, and knowledge consistency; spatial illustration and spatial companies; spatial queries and retrieval, internet details integration; internet details mining; conceptual types for internet info; internet info platforms and Webservices; structures evolution aid in conceptual modeling; temporal and evolution points in Internat-based details structures; schema evolution and versioning in facts administration; conceptual modeling of brokers; brokers purposes; electronic executive structures; electronic executive applied sciences; e-business structures specifications engineering; and e-business tactics and infrastructure.
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In fact, experience has led our team to adapt an agile approach to database modeling (see , , ,  and ) and to make conceptual sche- 20 Yvan Bédard et al. mas with a UML-Lite approach as opposed to . These essentials include class, attribute without data type and visibility, operation without visibility, association with multiplicities (written consistently with two explicit numbers for min and max, no nor single number) written next to its name to make reading easier, multiplicities for attributes, association class, generalization, aggregation, package, ad hoc stereotype, spatial properties of classes and attributes, temporal properties of classes and associations (existence) as well as temporal properties of attributes and geometries (evolution).
All the forms presented for 2D spatial pictograms can be applied to temporal pictograms. For example, complex aggregated temporality is represented by simple aggregate by “any possible temporality” by complicated temporality by and unknown temporality by Alternate temporality is represented by many pictograms with or without multiplicity on the same line while they are on different lines for multiple temporalities. No user interest into keeping trace of object existence leads to use no temporal pictogram next to the name of the class.
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