Web Engineering: 9th International Conference, ICWE 2009 San Sebastián, Spain, June 24-26 2009 Proceedings

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Martin Gaedke, Michael Grossniklaus, Oscar Díaz
Springer Science & Business Media, Jun 15, 2009 - 536 pages
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As of 2009, the discipline of Web engineering is a well-established and mature ?eld of research within the software engineering, database, information te- nology, and other related communities. By its very nature, Web engineering is, therefore, a multidisciplinary ?eld that is beginning to establish ties even o- side the domain of computer science. As a discipline, Web engineering system- ically applies the knowledge of Web science to the development and evolution of Web-based applications and systems. This volume contains the proceedings of the 9th International Conference on Web Engineering (ICWE 2009), which was heldinSanSebasti ́ an, SpaininJune2009. TheICWEconferencesareamongthe most essential events of the Web engineering community. This fact is manifested both by the number of accomplished researchers that support the conference series with their work and contributions as well as by the continuing patr- age of several international organizations dedicated to promoting research and scienti?c progress in the ?eld of Web engineering. ICWE 2009 followed conferences in Yorktown Heights, NY, USA; Como, Italy;PaloAlto, CA, USA;Sydney, Australia;Munich, Germany;Oviedo, Spain; Santa Fe, Argentina; and Ca ́ceres, Spain. With San Sebasti ́ an as this year's venue, the conference series visits the country where it was originally launched in 2001 for the third time. This year's call for papers attracted a total of 90 submissions from 33 co- triesspanningallcontinentsofthe worldwithagoodcoverageofallthe di?erent aspects of Web engineering.
 

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Contents

FineGrained Analysis of Web Tasks through Data Visualization
1
Exploring Automatic CSS Accessibility Evaluation
16
A ComponentBased Approach for Engineering Enterprise Mashups
30
Issues Models and Solutions
45
TaggingAware Portlets
61
Trust and Reputation Mining in Professional Virtual Communities
76
A Structured Approach to Data Reverse Engineering of Web Applications
91
Harnessing the Power of SemanticsBased AspectOriented Adaptation for AMACONT
106
A Systematic Approach
370
SOAF Design and Implementation of a ServiceEnriched Social Network
379
Theorems
394
An Optimization Rule for ActiveXML Workflows
410
Personal News RSS Feeds Generation Using Existing News Feeds
419
A Tag Clustering Method to Deal with Syntactic Variations on Collaborative Social Networks
434
Relating RSS NewsItems
442
A LayoutIndependent Web News Article Contents Extraction Method Based on Relevance Analysis
453

ModelDriven Web Engineering for the Automated Configuration of Web Content Management Systems
121
Bridging Test and ModelDriven Approaches in Web Engineering
136
A Requirement Analysis Approach for Using i in Web Engineering
151
Automating Navigation Sequences in AJAX Websites
166
Modelling and Verification of Web Navigation
181
ContextDriven Hypertext Specification
189
FeatureBased Engineering of Compensations in Web Service Environment
197
Product Line Development of Web Systems with Conventional Tools
205
An Empirical Study on the Use of WebCOBRA and Web Objects to Estimate Web Application Development Effort
213
An Extensible Monitoring Framework for Measuring and Evaluating Tool Performance in a ServiceOriented Architecture
221
A Quality Model for Mashup Components
236
Towards the Discovery of Data Quality Attributes for Web Portals
251
Using Models to Explore JavaScript Code from the Browser View
260
A Conceptual Framework for User Input Evaluation in Rich Internet Applications
275
Patterns for the ModelBased Development of RIAs
283
Adapting the Presentation Layer in Rich Internet Applications
292
Web Site Metadata
300
Conceptual Modeling of Multimedia Search Applications Using Rich Process Models
315
ZeroEffort Search and Integration Model for Augmented Web Applications
330
A Higher Order Generative Framework for Weaving Traceability Links into a Code Generator for Web Application Testing
340
Exploring XML Perturbation Techniques for Web Services Testing
355
Enabling Aspects for XML
461
Developing an Enterprise Web Application in XQuery
465
Information
469
Composition of Rich User Interface Services
473
An Online Platform for Semantic Validation of UML Models
477
Efficient Building of Interactive Applications Guided by Requirements Models
481
A Quantitative Metric Based on WAB
485
A WebBased Mashup Tool for Information Integration and Delivery to Mobile Devices
489
A ModelDriven Generation Approach for Web Applications
493
On Using Distributed Extended XQuery for Web Data Sources as Services
497
Automatic Generation of RIAs Using RUXTool and Webratio
501
MagicUWE A CASE Tool Plugin for Modeling Web Applications
505
A ModelBased Approach Providing ContextSensitive Television Interaction
509
Web Search Applications The PHAROS Demonstration
513
A ModelDriven Platform for Designing and Maintaining Web Applications
518
AMDDToolforWebRuleBased Applications
523
A Tool to Support EndUser Development of Web Applications Based on a Use Case Model
527
A MultiOntology Web Service Discovery and Composition System
531
Author Index
535
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Oscar Diaz received his Ph.D. in computer science at the University of Aberdeen (UK). Diaz is a professor of computer science at the University of the Basque Country, Spain.

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