Workshop 08 – WebS

2nd International Workshop on Web Semantics


Monday, September 1, 2003


10.30 - 12.30  Session 1


Metadata for the Legal Domain

Monica Palmirani, Raffaella Brighi; Italy


Approaches to Implementing Active Semantics with XML Schema

Martin Bernauer, Gerti Kappel, Gerhard Kramler; Austria


Study of the automatic construction of XML documents models from a relational data model

F. Laforest, M. Boumédiene; France


A Visual Interface for Native XML Database

Khin Myo Win, Emerald Rosasillfiani, Wee-Keong Ng, Ee-Peng Lim; Singapore


12.30 - 14.00  Lunch


14.00 - 15.30 Session 2.1


Semantic Modeling among Web Services Interfaces for Services Integration – SOTA (Smart Office Task Automation) platform

Tse-Ming Tsai, Shu-Ling Hsiao, I-Heng Meng; China


Integrating Ontology Languages and Answer Set Programming

S. Heymans, D. Vermeir; Belgium


Domain ontologies for knowledge sharing and service composition in virtual districts

D. Bianchini, V. DeAntonellis, M. Melchiori; Italy


15.30 - 16.00 Coffee Break


16.00 - 17.30 Session 2.2


HELIOS. A general Framework for Ontology-based Knowledge Sharing and Evolution in P2P Systems

S. Castano, A. Ferrara, S. Montanelli, D. Zucchelli; Italy


An Ontology-Based Approach for Organizing, Sharing, and Querying Knowledge Objects on the Web

Abilio Fernandes, Ana Maria de C. Moura, Fábio Porto; Brazil


Ontology-based Integration of OLAP and Information Retrieval

Torsten Priebe, Günther Pernul; Germany



Tuesday, September 2, 2003


10.30 - 12.00  Session 3


Object-Process Methodology as a basis for the Visual Semantic Web

Dov Dori ; Israel, USA


Applying the Semantic Web Layers to Access Control

Mariemma I. Yagüe, Antonio Mana, Javier López, José Maria Troya; Spain


Management of Domain Space Defined Semantic Web

Goran Soldar, Dan Smith; United Kingdom


12.00 - 14.00  Lunch


14.00 - 15.30 Session 4


Rainbow – Multiway Semantic Analysis of Websites

Vojtech Svátek, Jirka Kosek, Martin Labský, Jirí Bráza, Martin Kavalec, Miroslav Vacura, Vladimír Vávra, Václav Snásel; Czech Republic


Individualized E-Learning Systems Enabled by a Semantically Determined Adaption of Learning Fragments (based on multi-dimensional user profiles)

Martin Blöchl, Hildegard Rumetshofer, Wolfram Wöß; Austria


Closing remarks