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Conceptual modeling for XML

Martin NeДЌaskГЅ

Conceptual modeling for XML

by Martin NeДЌaskГЅ

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Published by Akademische Verlagsgesellschaft Aka GmbH in Heidelberg .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • XML (Document markup language),
  • Data structures (Computer science),
  • System design

  • Edition Notes

    StatementMartin Nečaský.
    SeriesDISDBIS -- 99
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsQA76.76.H94 N398 2009
    The Physical Object
    Paginationx, 153 p. :
    Number of Pages153
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL24106387M
    ISBN 109783898384995, 9781586039561
    LC Control Number2009419492

    Conceptual modeling is of great practical importance in that it is a part of requirements engineering, the first and most important phase in the development of information systems. This book offers a comprehensive and systematic treatment of research on the conceptual modeling of information systems. XML.- A Semantic Approach to XML-based Data Integration.- A Rule-Based Conversion of a DTD to a Conceptual Schema.- Semantic Data Modeling Using XML Schemas.- Information Modeling.- Modelling Strategic Actor Relationships to Support Intellectual Property Management.- SiteLang: Conceptual Modeling of Internet Sites

    While an XML script (and a relational database design) can be derived directly from a conceptual data model, it is extremely difficult to derive a conceptual data model from an XML script. Your author can testify as to how hard this is by virtue of that fact that this indeed is what was done here. Schema Conversion Methods between XML and Relational Models 3 relational formats [19]. Since the method is orthogonal to the structure-oriented conversion method, it can be used along with algorithms in [2, 18, 4, 3]. From Relational to XML: There have been different approaches for the conversion from the.

    Purchase Modeling Business Objects with XML Schema - 1st Edition. Print Book & E-Book. ISBN ,   Both XML Schema Definition (XSD) and a Conceptual Data Model (CDM) can express strict hierarchical relationships. However, XML Schema is meant to describe an XML document while a conceptual data model is meant to describe business objects and how these relate – it is a business model from a "data" point of view (for the CDM, actual data does not have to exist).Author: Pete Stiglich.


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Conceptual modeling for XML by Martin NeДЌaskГЅ Download PDF EPUB FB2

In this publication the focus lies on conceptual modeling for XML. The author starts with a motivating example to point out to several problems that can arise when using only XML schema languages for modeling XML schemes.

It is discussed how modeling the data on conceptual level can help. Also, it is shown that conceptual modeling for XML has. Conceptual Modeling for XML: A Myth or a Reality: /ch The process of conceptual design is independent of the final platform and the medium of implementation, and is usually in a form that is understandable andCited by: 4.

Conceptual Modeling for Customized XML Schemas 4 39 [8] Shanmugasundaram, J., Shekita, E., et al: Efficiently Publishing Relational Data as XML Documents, Proceeding s of the 26th International.

In this publication the focus lies on conceptual modeling for XML. The author starts with a motivating example to point out to several problems that can arise when using only XML schema languages for modeling XML schemes.

It is discussed how modeling the data on conceptual level can help. Also, it is shown that conceptual modeling for XML has Author: M. Necasky. This book constitutes the Conceptual modeling for XML book proceedings of the 32nd International Conference on Conceptual Modeling, ERheld in Atlanta, GA, USA.

The 23 full and 15 short papers presented were carefully reviewed and selected from 80 submissions. Fuzzy Database Modeling with XML aims to provide a single record of current research and practical applications in the fuzzy volume is the outgrowth of research the author has conducted in recent years.

Fuzzy Database Modeling with XML introduces state of the art information to the database research, while at the same time serving the information technology professional faced. This chapter discusses conceptual modeling techniques in the context of XML-based applications. Currently, the main role of XML is certainly that of a communication format, but it is also seen that these applications are for data storage and knowledge bases.

Data modeling is an issue for XML. Conceptual Modeling for XML: A Survey example, a book has a title page rst, followed by an abstract, chapters, ap-pendixes and a bibliography in this order) and the ordering on a participant of a relationship type (for example, the list of authors of a book or the list.

In this book, we present the notion of Conceptual Models, and argue that Conceptual Models are core to achieving good design. From years of helping companies create software applications, we have come to believe that building applications without Conceptual Models is just asking for designs that will be confusing and difficult to learn Cited by: On Inheritance in Conceptual Modeling for XML Article (PDF Available) in Procedia Computer Science –61 December with 83 Reads How we measure 'reads'.

Data Modeling using XML Murali Mani, WPI Antonio Badia, University of Louisville What is XML. book> J. Hopcroft J. Ullman Conceptual Design Logical Design Physical Design Conceptual Schema Logical Schema. A Conceptual Modeling Framework for Multi-agent Information Systems.- Conceptual Modeling and XML.- Object Role Modelling and XML-Schema.- Constraints-Preserving Transformation from XML Document Type Definition to Relational Schema.- X-Ray - Towards Integrating XML and Relational Database Systems.- Engineering and Multimedia Application Modeling BERTHOLD DAUM, in Modeling Business Objects with XML Schema, Conceptual Constraints.

Conceptual models define additional constraints, in particular constraints that span multiple fields and multiple documents. Section discussed such constraints that cannot be modeled with XML Schema. Section showed how to check such constraints with application code, XSLT, and.

[Tha11b] B. Thalheim. The theory of conceptual models, the theory of conceptual modelling and foundations of conceptual modelling. In The Handbook of Conceptual Modeling: Its Usage and Its Challenges, chap pages – Springer, Berlin, [Tha12a] im. Size: 2MB. The Toolkit for Conceptual Modeling (TCM) is a collection of software tools to present specifications of software systems in the form of diagrams, tables, trees, and the offers editors for techniques used in Structured Analysis as well as editors for object-oriented (UML) techniques.

For some of the behavior specification techniques, an interface to model checkers is offered. This book provides a comprehensive state-of-the-art, in conceptual modeling. It grew out of research papers presented at the 18th International Conference on Conceptual Modeling (ER '99) and arranged by the editors.

The plan of the conference is to cover the whole spectrum of conceptual modeling as. CiteSeerX - Document Details (Isaac Councill, Lee Giles, Pradeep Teregowda): Because of its success, XML is increasingly used in many different application areas, and is moving towards the center of applications, evolving from an exchange format to the native data format of application components.

These developments suggest that similar to other core areas of application design, XML should be. This book constitutes the refereed proceedings of the 20th International Conference on Conceptual Modeling, ERheld in Tokohama, Japan, in November The 45 revised full papers presented together with three keynote presentations were carefully reviewed and selected from a total of Introduction to Conceptual Data Modeling (Chapter 1 & 2) Mustafa Jarrar: èORM can be used for modeling business rules, ontology, XML schemes, and others.

Movie Year Person ReleasedIn StaredBy/ DirectedBy/Directs Each Book must has at most one ISBN Uniqueness Constraint:File Size: 4MB. This document contains information relevant to 'Conceptual Modeling and Markup Languages' and is part of the Cover Pages resource.

The Cover Pages is a comprehensive Web-accessible reference collection supporting the SGML/XML family of (meta) markup language standards and their application. The principal objective in this public access knowledgebase is to promote and enable the use of open.

Modeling XML Vocabularies with UML: Part I. Aug Dave Carlson. A Russian translation of this article is available here. The arrival of the W3C's XML Schema specification has evoked a variety of responses from software developers, system integrators, XML document analysts, authors, and designers of B2B vocabularies.

Modeling XML Vocabularies with UML: Part II. Septem Dave Carlson. In Part I of this series, I emphasized that models are an inevitable part of system analysis and design, even if a model is sometimes only in the developer's mind.

By using UML to capture a conceptual model of the planned vocabulary, we are able to clarify the essential terms and relationships without getting caught. The major reasons for such new opportunities are simplification (simply concepts, not a conceptual stance), thinking about semantics a lot more and using NoSQL (documents and/or graphs) paradigms, where appropriate.

Highly recommended! Futures. There is another modeling book on its’ way: Semantic Modeling for Data by Panos Alexopoulos. It is.