Workshop on Model-driven Web Engineering (MDWE 2005)
July 26, 2005 in conjunction with
University of Technology, Sydney, Australia logo ICWE2005


Workshop schedule

Recommendations to presenters

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Workshop Schedule

The workshop is divided into four sessions, each of 90 minutes. The proposed contents of each session are as follows:




Introduction and welcome

Victoria Torres, Vicente Pelechano, Marta Ruiz, and Pedro Valderas:
"A Model Driven Approach for the Integration of External Functionality in Web Applications.
The Travel Agency System"

Hans Albrecht Schmid and Oliver Donnerhak:
"The PIM to Servlet-Based PSM Transformation with OOHDMDA"

T. Reiter, E. Kapsammer, W. Retschitzegger and W. Schwinger:  
"Model Integration through Mega Operations "

coffee break



Santiago Meliá and Jaime Gómez:
"Applying WebSA to a Case Study: A Travel Agency System"

Torsten Gipp and Jürgen Ebert:
"Web Engineering does Profit from a Functional Approach"

Discussion groups




Guadalupe Ortíz, Juan Hernández, Pedro Clemente and Pablo Amaya:
"How to Model Aspect-Oriented Web Services"

Mario A. Bochicchio and Antonella Longo:
ntegrating Web Systems Design and Business Process Modeling"

Nathalie Moreno, Raul Romero and Antonio Vallecillo:
"Incorporating Cooperative Portlets in Web Application Development"

coffee break



A. Navarro, J.L. Sierra, A. Fernandez-Valmayor and B. Fernández-Manjón:
"Conceptualization of Navigational Maps for Web Applications"

Kinh Nguyen and Tharam Dillon:
Atomic Use Case as a Concept to Support the MDE Approach to Web Application Development

Discussion groups with presentation of results

General recommendations for presenters

Participants are strongly encouraged to read the Workshop papers in advance in order to know other people's proposals, and therefore have fruitful discussions during the workshop.

Each paper has been allocated a 25 minutes slot: 15-20' for presentation, and 5-10' for questions. Please do bear in mind that you only have up to 20' for presenting your paper when preparing your presentation (which roughly means 15-20 slides). Session chairs will be very strict with the duration of the presentation.

There will be a PC and a data projector at the workshop for you to present your paper. You could either take your personal computer with you and connect it to the projector, or produce a PowerPoint or PDF version of your presentation to be displayed from the PC at the workshop. Please use either a CD or a USB flash memory stick to transfer the file with your presentation to that PC. Floppy disks or other kinds of media are discouraged since the computer at the room may not be able to read them.


July 4, 2005