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A survey on web modeling approaches for ubiquitous web applications

Wieland Schwinger, Werner Retschitzegger, Andrea Schauerhuber, Gerti Kappel, Manuel Wimmer, Birgit Pröll, Cristina Cachero Castro, Sven Casteleyn, Olga De Troyer, Piero Fraternali, Irene Garrigos, Franca Garzotto (+13 others)
2008 International Journal of Web Information Systems  
The provided modeling concepts frequently do not allow dealing with all different parts of a web application in terms of its content, hypertext, and presentation levels as well as their structural and  ...  The proposed modeling mechanisms for ubiquity are often limited, since they neither cover all relevant context factors in an explicit, self-contained, and extensible way, nor allow for a wide spectrum  ...  The authors would like to thank Andreas Schönbeck and Alexander Knapp for their fruitful comments and contributions to prior versions of this work.  ... 
doi:10.1108/17440080810901089 fatcat:5yotgk4tojad5gmvw6oph4satm

Integrating value-based requirement engineering models to webml using vip business modeling framework

Farooque Azam, Zhang Li, Rashid Ahmad
2007 Proceedings of the 16th international conference on World Wide Web - WWW '07  
Focusing this aspect, the paper presents integration of valuebased RE models to WebML models using our recently proposed VIP Business Modeling Framework [1] .  ...  Requirement engineering (RE) is emerging as an increasingly important discipline for supporting Web application development, as these are designed to satisfy diverse stakeholder needs, additional functional  ...  Hence we provide a distinct siteview for modeling hypertext activities of each process actor. Figure 9 depicts the high-level hypertext design of Customer Siteview.  ... 
doi:10.1145/1242572.1242698 dblp:conf/www/AzamLA07 fatcat:oohhu4csznaadilndzkddpenfe

An agile hypertext design methodology

Gary B. Wills, Noura Abbas, Rakhi Chandrasekharan, Richard M. Crowder, Lester Gilbert, Yvonne M. Howard, David E. Millard, Sylvia C. Wong, Robert J. Walters
2007 Proceedings of the 18th conference on Hypertext and hypermedia - HT '07  
Customers are driving down lead times for software, especially for Web applications, to only a few months.  ...  While a number of hypertext design models exist, they do not address the issue of the requirements and analysis process that normally feeds the design process.  ...  INTRODUCTION Customers are driving down lead times for software, especially for Web applications, to only a few months.  ... 
doi:10.1145/1286240.1286295 dblp:conf/ht/WillsACCGHMWW07 fatcat:7nrec4s2ezhxnlhhxmei6vegyq

Dynamic hypertext: querying and linking

Richard Bodner, Mark Chignell
1999 ACM Computing Surveys  
It reviews work carried out over the past decade in creating systems for markup-based querying and dynamic hypertext, with particular emphasis on a model of dynamic hypertext that computes hypertext links  ...  There are many models of hypertext, distinguished by a number of factors such as the underlying semantic data model (link typing and node typing), the degree of dynamic linking in the hypertext, and how  ...  We would especially like to acknowledge Gene Golovchinsky's role in developing the query-based model of dynamic hypertext.  ... 
doi:10.1145/345966.346002 fatcat:cpvdytdigzfh7pdrokdxyrc4mm

Augmenting CASE tools with hypertext: Desired functionality and implementation issues [chapter]

Janne Kaipala
1997 Lecture Notes in Computer Science  
Several integration approaches such as process modeling, frameworks and hypertext technology have been proposed. Of these we consider the least analyzed, hypertext technology, in this paper.  ...  At the same time technical design options such as client/server architectures and graphical user interfaces have increased the size and complexity of applications.  ...  Acknowledgements I want to express my thanks to the members of the MetaPHOR project for their essential comments.  ... 
doi:10.1007/3-540-63107-0_16 fatcat:f3al2ytgr5gjveiiepmd4ybia4

Page 2907 of Psychological Abstracts Vol. 82, Issue 6 [page]

1995 Psychological Abstracts  
(Information Engineering, Austin, TX) MetaDoc: An adaptive hypertext reading system. User Modeling & User-Adapted Interaction, 1994, Vol 4(1), 1-9.  ...  User Modeling & User-Adapted Interaction, 1994, Vol 4(1), 21- 45.  ... 

Page 11 of Electronic Publishing Vol. 7, Issue 1 [page]

1994 Electronic Publishing  
This kind of flexibility is not just restricted to new, custom-built, hypertext-aware applications; it also extends to “uncooperative applications”, which cannot be modified to include the hypertext functionality  ...  The principle of separating the hypertext functionality from the storage and the user interface functionality has already been recognized by many researchers in the area of hypertext [3-5].  ... 

Exception handling in workflow-driven Web applications

Marco Brambilla, Stefano Ceri, Sara Comai, Christina Tziviskou
2005 Proceedings of the 14th international conference on World Wide Web - WWW '05  
arise; then, we provide a set of policies for capturing exceptions, notifying the user and recovering a regular status of the process.  ...  As the Web becomes a platform for implementing B2B applications, the need arises of Web conceptual models for describing Web oriented workflow applications implementing business processes.  ...  Upon the same data model, it is possible to define different hypertexts (e.g., for different types of users or for different publishing devices), called site views.  ... 
doi:10.1145/1060745.1060773 dblp:conf/www/BrambillaCCT05 fatcat:dyullt7apbccdbx3b2a36qtdvu

Enterprise Systems Meet Social BPM [chapter]

Martin Molhanec
2012 Lecture Notes in Business Information Processing  
Afterwards, the Author describes his own approach based on extensions of WebRatio CASE tool, primarily targeted as a tool for supporting WebML method, to assist in modelling, developing and operating enterprise  ...  Subsequently, the Author proposes several design components intended for BPM developers which can be easily used to create a SBPM system with features as a collaboration of users, dynamic changes of workflow  ...  BPMN model of the Product Catalogue Application Fig. 3 . 3 Fig. 3. Generated WebML hypertext for the Confirm Receipt activity Fig. 4 .Fig. 5 . 45 Fig. 4.  ... 
doi:10.1007/978-3-642-31069-0_33 fatcat:c3b4reulzjcp7grlvscn7laara

WebRatio, an Innovative Technology for Web Application Development [chapter]

Roberto Acerbis, Aldo Bongio, Stefano Butti, Stefano Ceri, Fulvio Ciapessoni, Carlo Conserva, Piero Fraternali, Giovanni Toffetti Carughi
2004 Lecture Notes in Computer Science  
WebML includes primitives for modelling such aspects as: 1. The structuring of the application into different hypertexts (called site views) targeted to different user groups or access devices. 2.  ...  Web applications are specified using the Entity-Relationship (ER) model for data requirements, and the Web Modelling Language (WebML) [2, 4] for the functional requirements.  ... 
doi:10.1007/978-3-540-27834-4_90 fatcat:enor644fhraj3mexhpx5n24z7u

WebRatio BPM: A Tool for Designing and Deploying Business Processes on the Web [chapter]

Marco Brambilla, Stefano Butti, Piero Fraternali
2010 Lecture Notes in Computer Science  
is automatically transformed into a Web Application Model in the WebML notation, which seamlessly expresses both human-and machine-executable tasks; secondly, the Application Model is fed to an automatic  ...  The tool applies Model Driven Engineering techniques to complex, multi-actor business processes, mixing tasks executed by humans and by machines, and produces a Web application running prototype that implements  ...  The Customer Credit Score module in Figure 8 .b shows the generated hypertext page that allows the user to enter and store the credit score value for the customer, which is the output parameter of the  ... 
doi:10.1007/978-3-642-13911-6_28 fatcat:yu5yo25u5ng2ndljutu5rlksvq

Conceptual modeling of data-intensive Web applications

S. Ceri, P. Fraternali, M. Matera
2002 IEEE Internet Computing  
The classification based on business models was inspired by a seminar given by A. Rangone at Politecnico di Milano in December 2000.  ...  Model. • The hypertext model, which enables describing how data resources are assembled into information units and pages, and how such units and pages are interconnected to constitute a hypertext.  ...  OVERVIEW OF WEBML WebML is a modeling language for the Web, which provides some modeling abstractions that a CASE environment is able to translate into concrete page templates.  ... 
doi:10.1109/mic.2002.1020321 fatcat:253pulmwdfaajcyzrf3gk5k4pa

Visualizing and interacting with hypermedia-based process-centric enterprise models

Weigang Wang
2003 Journal of Network and Computer Applications  
It presents an integrative design of a graphical hypermedia user interface for hypermedia-based process-centric enterprise models.  ...  The visualization and interaction design for such hypermedia-based enterprise models integrates many features found in navigational, spatial, taxonomic, workflow and cooperative hypertext domains.  ...  Haake, Alejandro Fernández, and Jessica Rubart and our EXTERNAL project partners for their very helpful comments on an earlier version of the paper.  ... 
doi:10.1016/s1084-8045(02)00062-0 fatcat:muvuepztonbctealfwzpqu3pzm

Semantics through language sharing

Jessica Rubart
2008 Proceedings of the hypertext 2008 workshop on Collaboration and collective intelligence - WebScience '08  
The domain model provides a shared language known by the customers and the development team. It provides a bridge between the user-oriented language and the system-oriented one.  ...  Therefore, MDA points out a domain-specific model that takes into account the customers' language and gets mapped into the technical part of the system.  ... 
doi:10.1145/1379157.1379170 fatcat:brsrql4la5ahfjksbfv4wcghoe

Process Modeling in Web Applications [chapter]

Stefano Ceri
2005 Lecture Notes in Computer Science  
This paper presents new Web engineering methods for the high-level specification of applications featuring business processes and remote services invocation.  ...  Process-and service-enabled Web applications benefit from the high-level modeling and automatic code generation techniques that have been fruitfully applied to conventional Web applications, broadening  ...  Acknowledgements Our thanks to all the WebSI project partners for the stimulating discussions and the joint work.  ... 
doi:10.1007/11575771_3 fatcat:5v2peqcvxjg3tlcnt3rrozewva
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