Technical Program  DEXA 2002


Monday, September 2, 2002


8.30 – 9.00                  Opening


9.00 – 10.00                Invited Talk of DEXA Conference

Chair: Rosine Cicchetti


Issues in Monitoring Web Data

Abiteboul S., INRIA and Xyleme SA, France


            10.00 – 10.30   Coffee Break


Session 1A:         Web I

10.30 – 12.00

Chair: Shahram Ghandeharizadeh


Controlled Caching of Dynamic WWW Pages

Vassilakis C., Lepouras G.; Greece


MWM: Retrieval and  Automatic Presentation of Manual Data for Mobile Terminals

Shikata M., Nadamoto A., Sumiya K., Tanaka K.; Japan


Ensuring Recovery for the SACReD Web Transactions in the E-Commerce Applications

Younas M., Eagelstone B.; United Kingdom


Session 1B:         Workflow      

10.30 – 12.30

Chair: A Min Tjoa


Workflow Simulation across Multiple Workflow Domains

Zhao X.; China


Transactional Workflows or Workflow Transactions?

Grefen P; The Netherlands


Collaboration Flow Management: a New Paradigm for Virtual Team Support

Lonchamp J.; France


Domain Knowledge-based Automatic Workflow Generation

Chun S.A., Atluri V., Adam N.R.; USA


            12.30 – 14.00   Lunch


Session 2A:          Web II

14.00 – 15.30

Chair: Barry Eaglestone


A Comparison of Alternative Encoding Mechanisms for Web Services

Cai M., Ghandeharizadeh S., Schmidt R., Song S.; USA


Capturing Semantics in HTML Documents

Liu M.; Canada


Deriving and Verifying Statistical Distribution of a Hyperlink-based Web Page Quality Metric

Dhyani D., Bhowmick S.S., Ng W.K.; Singapore


Session 2B:          Data Warehouses and Datamining I

14.00 – 15.30

Chair: Kazuo Goda


Assessment of Spatial Data Mining Tools for Integration into an Object-oriented GIS (GIDB)

Ladner R., Petry F.E.; USA


A model and a toolkit for supporting incremental Data Warehouse construction

Naggar P., Pontieri L., Pupo M., Terracina G., Virardi E.; Italy


Efficient Automated Mining of Fuzzy Association Rules

Kaya M., Alhajj R., Polat F., Arslan A.; Canada, Turkey


            15.30 – 16.00   Coffee Break


Session 3A:         Applications I

16.00– 18.00

Chair: Costas Vassilakis


A Two-Phase Stock Trading System Using Distribution Differences

Kim S.-D., Lee J.W., Lee J., Chae J.; Korea


A Multi-Agent Q-Learning Framework for Optimizing Stock Trading Systems

Lee J.W., O J.; Korea


Using Adaptive Programming in Legal Advisory Systems

Kroha P., Bürgel S.; Germany


Web Information Retrieval Based on the Localness Degree

Matsumoto C., Ma Q.., Tanaka K.; Japan


Session 3B:         Data Warehouses and Datamining II

16.00– 18.00

Chair: Roy Ladner


Run-time Load Balancing System on SAN-connected PC Cluster for Dynamic Injection of CPU and Disk Resource - A Case Study of Data Mining Application

Goda K., Tamura T., Oguchi M., Kitsuregawa M.; Japan


Variable Sized Partitions for Range Query Algorithms

Ling T.W., Low W.C., Luo Z.W., Lee S.Y., Li H.G.; Singapore


A Comparison of Data Warehouse Development Methodologies - Case Study of the Process Warehouse

List B., Bruckner R.M., Machaczek K., Schiefer J.; Austria, USA


Maintaining Data Warehouse Views Using Differential Files

Lee W., Hwang Y.-H., Kang S.-H., Kim S., Kim C.; Korea


Tuesday, September 3, 2002


9.00 – 10.00         Invited Talk of EC-Web Conference

Chair: Gerald Quirchmayr


Enabling Virtual Enterprises  -  A case for multi-disciplinary research

Igor Hawryszkiewycz, University of Technology, Sydney



            10.00 – 10.30   Coffee Break


Session 4A:         Applications II

10.30 – 12.30

Chair. Rikard Harr


Using ECA Rules in Database Systems to Support Clinical Protocols 

Dube K., Wu B., Grimson J.B.; Ireland


Establishment of Virtual Enterprise Contracts

Quirchmayr G., Milosevic M., Tagg R., Cole J., Kulkarni S.; Austria, Australia


Multiple Regression Analysis of Crime Pattern Warehouse for Decision Support

Dzemydiene D., Rudzkiene V.; Lithuania


A Practical Walkthrough of the Ontology Derivation Rules

Wouters C., Dillon T., Rahayu W., Chang E.; Australia


Session 4B:         XML

10.30 – 12.30

Chair: Mengchi Liu


What`s Hard about XML Schema Constraints?

Arenas M., Fan W., Libkin L.; Canada


Application of rUID in Processing XML Queries on Structure and Keyword

Kha D.D., Yoshikawa M., Uemura S.; Japan


Translating Access Authorizations for Transformed XML Documents

Chatvichienchai S., Iwaihara M. , KambayashiY.; Japan


XRL: A XML-based Query Language for Advanced Services in Digital Libraries

Pérez J.M., Aramburu M.J., Berlanga R.; Spain



            12.30 – 14.00   Lunch


Session 5A:         Applications III

14.00 – 15.30

Chair: Gerald Quirchmayr


NORMA-System: A Legal Document System for Managing Consolidated Acts

Palmirani M., Brighi R.; Italy


Electricity Market Price Forecasting: Neural Networks versus Weighted-Distance k Nearest Neigbours

Troncoso A., Riquelme J.C., Riquelme J.M., Martínez J.L., Gómez A.; Spain


Temporal Pattern Mining of Moving Objects for Location-Based Service

Chung J.D., Paek O.H., Lee J.W., Ryu K.H.; Korea



Session 5B:         Distributed Systems I

14.00 – 15.00

Chair: Kam-Yiu Lam


Estimating Costs of Path Expression Evaluation in Distributed Object Databases

Ruberg G., Baião F., Mattoso M.; Brazil


Profile Driven Data Management for Pervasive Environments

Perich P., Avancha S., Chakraborty D., Joshi A., Yesha Y.; USA



            15.30 – 16.00   Coffee Break


Session 6A:         Applications IV

16.00– 17.30

Chair: Roger Tagg


INVISIP: Usage of Information Visualization techniques to access geospatial data archives

Göbel S., Haist J., Reiterer H., Müller F.; Germany


Eureka! : A Tool for Interactive Knowledge Discovery

Manco G., Pizzuti C., Talia D.; Italy


Electronic Tickets on Contactless Contactless Smartcard Database

Kuramitsu K., Sakamura K.; Japan


Session 6B:         Distributed Systems II

16.00– 17.30

Chair: Marcelo Arenas


Mobile Agents for Distributed Transactions of a Distributed Heterogeneous Database System

Ye D.Y., Lee M.C., Wang T.I.; Taiwan


An Adaptive Direction-Based Location Update Scheme for Next Generation PCS Networks

Ou D.-X., Lam K.-Y., Dong D.-C.; China, Hong Kong


Bringing together Description Logics and Databases in an Object Oriented Model

Roger M., Simonet A., Simonet M.; France



Wednesday, September 4, 2002


9.00 – 10.00         Invited Talk of DaWaK Conference

Chair: Yahiko Kambayashi


Text Mining Applications of a Shallow Parser

Walter Daelemans, University of Antwerp, Belgium



            10.00 – 10.30   Coffee Break


Session 7:         Knowledge Engineering I

10.30 – 12.30

Chair: John Debenham


Using J-Pruning to Reduce Overfitting of Classification Rules in Noisy Domains

Bramer M.; United Kingdom


A Framework for Reasoning on Objects with Geometric Constraints

Hajji H., Terzi E.; France, USA


Deriving abstract views of multi-granularity temporal constraint networks

Bettini C., Ruffini S.; Italy


Representing Constraint Business Rules Extracted from Legacy Systems

Fu G., Shao J., Embury S.M., Gray W.A.; United Kingdom



            12.30 – 14.00   Lunch


Session 8:         Knowledge Engineering II

14.00 – 15.30

Chair: Max Bramer


Agents for Industry Process Management

Debenham J.; Australia


A New Efficient Data Cleansing Method

Li Z., Sung S.Y., Sun P., Ling T.W.; Singapore


Promoting Recommendations: An Attack on Collaborative Filtering

O`Mahony M.P., Hurley N.J., Silvestre G.C.M.; Ireland


            15.30 – 16.00   Coffee Break


Session 9:         Advanced Databases I

16.00– 17.30

Chair: Gaihua Fu


ADEES an adaptable and extensible event based infrastructure

Vargas-Solar G., Collet C.; France


Objects and Roles in the Stack-Based Approach

Jodłowski A., Habela P., Płodzień J., Subieta K.; Poland


Dynamic Schema Evolution Management using Version in Temporal Object-Oriented Databases

de Matos Galante R., da Silva Roma A.B., Jantsch A., Edelweiss N., dos Santos C.S.; Brazil



Thursday, September 5, 2002


9.00 – 10.00         Invited Talk

Chair: A Min Tjoa


Efficient Data Mining Based on Formal Concept Analysis

Stumme G., University of Karlsruhe, Germany


            10.00 – 10.30   Coffee Break


Session 10A:         Advanced Databases II

10.30 – 12.30

Chair: Mathieu Roger


Two Approaches to Event Definition

Galton A., Augusto J.C.; United Kingdom


CoSMo: An Approach Towards Conceptual Security Modeling

Artelsmair C., Essmayr W., Lang P., Wagner R.R., Weippl E.; Austria


Exploring the concept of group interaction through action in a mobile context

Harr R.; Sweden


Inter-system Triggering for Heterogeneous Database Systems

Guan W., Wong R.K.; Australia


Session 10B:         Query I

10.30 – 12.30

Chair: Keith Frikken


Constructing Inter-Relational Rules for Semantic Query Optimisation

Lowden B.G.T., Robinson J.; United Kingdom


About Selections and Joins in Possibilistic Queries Addressed to Possibilistic Databases

Bosc P., Duval L., Pivert O.; France


LeedsCQ: A Scalable Continual Queries System

Khan S., Mott P.L.; United Kingdom


TVQL - Temporal Versioned Query Language

Moro M.M., Zaupa A.P., Edelweiss N., dos Santos C.S.; Brazil



            12.30 – 14.00   Lunch


Session 11A:         Advanced Databases III

14.00 – 15.30

Chair: Antony Galton


Approach and Model for Business Components Specification

Ramadour P., Cauvet C.; France


The TrailTRECcer Framework - A Platform for Trail-enabled Recommender Applications

Gams E., Berka T., Reich S.; Austria


MEDWRAP: Consistent View Maintenance over Distributed Multi-Relation Sources

Varde A.S., Rundensteiner E.A.; USA


Session 11B:         Query II

14.00 – 15.30

Chair: Sharifullah Khan


Adaptive Method for Range Top-k Queries in OLAP Data Cubes

Loh Z.X., Ling T.W., Ang C.H., Lee S.Y.; Singapore


dbRouter - A Scaleable and Distributed Query Optimization and Processing Framework

Tok W.H., Bressan S.; Singapore


Optimal Parallel I/O for Range Queries through Replication

Frikken K., Atallah M., Prabhakar S., Safavi-Naini R.; USA, Australia



            15.30 – 16.00   Coffee Break


Session 12A:         Advanced Databases IV

16.00– 17.30

Chair: Philippe Ramadour


A Database for Repetitive, Unpredictable Moving Objects

Werstein P., McDonald J.R.; New Zealand


Hierarchical Storage Support and Management for Large-Scale Multidimensional Array Database Management Systems

Reiner B., Hahn K., Höfling G., Baumann P.; Germany


Visual Mining: Representation Multiplicity of Temporal Data

Daassi C., Fauvet M.-C., Nigay L.; France


Session 12B:         Query III

16.00– 18.00

Chair: Barry Lowden


Query Optimization via Empty Joins

Gryz J., Liang D.; Canada


Efficient Processing of XPath Queries Using Indexes

Chen Y., Madria S.K., Passi K., Bhowmick S.; USA, Canada, Singapore


Efficient Evaluation of Continuous Range Queries on Moving Objects

Kalashnikov D., Prabhakar S., Hambrusch S., Aref W.; USA


Partition-Based Similarity Join in High Dimensional Data Spaces

Shin H., Moon B., Lee S.; Korea, USA



Friday, September 6, 2002


9.00 – 10.00         Invited Talk

Chair: Abdelkader Hameurlain


Heterogenous data source integration and evolution

Bouzeghoub M., Laboratoire PRiSM, Université de Versailles, France



            10.00 – 10.30   Coffee Break


Session 13A:         Information Retrieval I

10.30 – 12.30

Chair: Jihong Guan


Information Retrieval System for XML Documents

Hatano K., Kinutani H., Yoshikawa M., Uemura S.; Japan


A System for Retrieval and Digest Creation of Video Data Based on Geographic Objects

Ueda T., Amagasa T., Yoshikawa M., Uemura S.; Japan


Similarity Image Retrieval System Using Hierarchical Classification - Experimental System on Mobile Internet with Cellular Phone

Tada M., Kato T., Shinohara I.; Japan


Information Extraction - Tree Alignment Approach to Pattern Discovery in Web documents

Hemnani A., Bressan S.; Singapore



Session 13B:         Query IV

10.30 – 12.00

Chair: Yitong Wang


Processing of Continuous Queries over Unlimited Data Streams

Vossough E., Getta J.; Australia


ISA - An Incremental Hyper-Sphere Approach for Efficiently Solving Complex Vague Queries

Dang T.K., Küng J., Wagner R.; Austria


Parallel Query Support for Multidimensional Data: Inter-object Parallelism

Hahn K., Reiner B., Höfling G., Baumann P.; Germany


            12.00 – 14.00   Lunch


Session 14A:         Information Retrieval II

14.00 – 15.30

Chair: Ajay Hemnani


Pruning Training Corpus to Speedup Text Classification

Guan J., Zhou S.; China


Towards Retrieval of Visual Information Based on the Semantic Models

Park Y., Kim P., Kim W., Song J., Panchanathan S.; USA, Korea


3D object model retrieval by shape similarity

Song J.-J., Golshani F.; USA


Session 14B:         Indexing I

14.00 – 15.30

Chair: Megan Thomas


Binary-Tree Histograms with Tree Indices

Buccafurri F., Furfaro F., Lax G., Saccà D.; Italy


Indexing Genomic Databases for Fast Homology Searching

Ong T.-H., Tan K.-L., Wang H.; Singapore


Bitmap Indices for Speeding Up High-Dimensional Data Analysis

Stockinger K.; Switzerland


            15.30 – 16.00   Coffee Break


Session 15A:         Information Retrieval III

16.00– 17.00

Chair: Jeong-Jun Song


A Method of Improving Feature Vector for Web Pages Reflecting the Contents of their Out-linked Pages

Sugiyama K., Hatano K., Yoshikawa M., Uemura S.; Japan


On Combining Link and Contents Information for Web Page Clustering

Wang Y., Kitsuregawa M.; Japan



Session 15B:         Indexing II

16.00– 17.30

Chair: Kurt Stockinger


MKL-tree: a hierarchical data structure for indexing multidimensional data

Cappelli R., Lumini A., Maio D.; Italy


Boolean Bounding Predicates for Spatial Access Methods

Thomas M., Hellerstein J.M.; USA


Clustered Indexing Technique for Multidimensional Index Structures

Cha G.-H., Yoon Y.-I.; Korea