Lecture Notes In Computer Science (LNCS)

Department of Informatics, Modeling, Electronics and System Engineering, University of Calabria

Institute of High Performance Computing and Networking, Italian National Research Council

3rd International Conference on Model & Data Engineering (MEDI 2013)

September 25-27, 2013

Amantea, Calabria, Italy


Accepted Papers



Elena Baralis, Tania Cerquitelli, Silvia Chiusano, Luigi Grimaudo and Xin Xiao
“Analysis of Twitter Data Using a Multiple-Level Clustering Strategy”


Zubeida Khan and C. Maria Keet
“The foundational ontology library ROMULUS”


Andrea Nucita, Giuseppe M Bernava, Pietro Giglio, Marco Peroni, Michelangelo Bartolo, Stefano Orlando, Maria Cristina Marazzi and Leonardo Palombi
“A Markov Chain Based Model to Predict HIV/AIDS Epidemiological Trends”


Roberto De Virgilio and Antonio Maccioni
“Generation of reliable randomness via social phenomena”


Roberto De Virgilio
“Centrality Indices for Web Search Engine Results Understanding”


J. Andres Diaz-Pace, Matias Nicoletti and Silvia Schiaffino
“A Stakeholder-centric Optimization Strategy for Architectural Documentation”


Robert Pergl, Tiago Sales and Zdenek Rybola
“Towards OntoUML for Software Engineering: from Domain Ontology to Implementation Model”


C. Maria Keet and Pablo Fillottrani
“Structural entities of an ontology-driven unifying metamodel for UML, EER, and ORM2”


Abdelghani Ghomari, Naceur Belheziel, Fatma Zohra Mekahlia and Chabane Djeraba
"Towards a Formal Approach for Verifying Temporal Coherence in a SMIL Document Presentation”


Longendri Aguilera and Mónica Llorente
“Modeling and Simulation of Hadoop Distributed File System in a Cluster of Workstations”


Laura Genga, Claudia Diamantini and Domenico Potena
“A Preliminary Survey on Innovation Process Management Systems”


Bartosz Zielinski, Pawel Maslanka and Scibor Sobieski
“Allegories for Database Modeling”


Hendrik Decker
“A Measured Evolution of Database Integrity”


Youness Bazhar, Yassine Ouhammou, Yamine Aït-Ameur, Emmanuel Grolleau and Stéphane Jean
“Persistent Meta-Modeling Systems as Heterogeneous Model Repositories”


Billel Hamadache, Hassina Seridi and Nadir Farah
“Toward characterizing a more significant identity of core structure within dynamic social network”


Prudhvi Janga and Karen Davis
“Schema Extraction and Integration of Heterogeneous XML Document Collections”


Faiez Zalila, Xavier Crégut and Marc Pantel
“A transformation-driven approach to automate feedback verification results”


Paolo Fosci, Giuseppe Psaila and Marcello Di Stefano
“Hints from the Crowd: a Novel NoSQL Database”


Kobamelo Moremedi and Andre van der Poll
“Transforming formal specification constructs into diagrammatic notations”




Houda Hentech, Mohammed Salah Gouider and Amine Farhat
“Clustering heterogeneous data streams with uncertainty over sliding window”


Bruno Oliveira, Orlando Belo and Vasco Santos
“Pattern-based ETL conceptual modelling”


Alfredo Cuzzocrea, Rim Moussa and Guandong Xu
“OLAP*: Effectively and Efficiently Supporting Parallel OLAP over Big Data”