International Journal of Web Information Systems: Volume 3 Issue 1/2


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On using partial orders for web application design

Joaquim Gabarró, Isabel Vallejo, Fatos Xhafa

This paper aims to deal with some design issues of web applications using partial orders to enhance their navigability and extensibility.

An XML document generator for semantic query optimization experimentation

Ke Geng, Gillian Dobbie

XML semantic query optimization (XSQO) is an important area in eXtensible Markup Language (XML) query processing. However, the experiments evaluating semantic optimization methods…

Answering queries over incomplete data stream histories

Alasdair J.G. Gray, Werner Nutt, M. Howard Williams

Distributed data streams are an important topic of current research. In such a setting, data values will be missed, e.g. due to network errors. This paper aims to allow this…

Product finding on the semantic web: A search agent supporting products with limited availability

Andreas Langegger, Wolfram Wöß

There is still little support for the consumer decision‐making process on the web, especially when prices are not the primary property of a product. Reasons for that are complex…

WSMO/X in the context of business processes: improvement recommendations

Jörg Nitzsche, Tammo van Lessen, Dimka Karastoyanova, Frank Leymann

Service‐oriented architecture (SOA) is an architecture paradigm targeting integration of applications within and across enterprise boundaries. It has gathered research and…

A hidden Markov model‐based approach for extracting information from web news

Brandt Tso

This paper aims to present a method based on hidden Markov models (HMM) for extracting information from web news.


Monitoring the “health” status of open source web‐engineering projects

Dindin Wahyudin, Khabib Mustofa, Alexander Schatten, Stefan Biffl, A. Min Tjoa

In response to the increasing number of open‐source software (OSS) project initiatives and the increasing demand of OSS products as alternative solutions by industries, it is…

Modeling e‐learning content

Sean Wolfgand Matsui Siqueira, Maria Helena Lima Baptista Braz, Rubens Nascimento Melo

This paper seeks to present a modeling approach for e‐learning content, describing how to structure e‐learning content and also represent it in OWL DL.


Security improvement in embedded systems via an efficient hardware bound checking architecture

Michael Georg Grasser

Embedded technologies are one of the fastest growing sectors in information technology today and they are still open fields with many business opportunities. Hardly any new…

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