By Michael L. Brodie (auth.), Anne Banks Pidduck, M. Tamer Ozsu, John Mylopoulos, Carson C. Woo (eds.)
TheexplosivegrowthoftheInternetandtheWebhavecreatedanever-growing call for for info platforms, and ever-growing demanding situations for info structures Engineering. The sequence of meetings on complex info S- tems Engineering (CAiSE) used to be introduced in Scandinavia by way of Janis Bubenko and Arne Solvberg in 1989, turned a huge ecu convention, and used to be held every year in significant eu websites through the Nineteen Nineties. Now, in its 14th year,CAiSEwasheldforthe?rsttimeoutsideEurope,showcasinginternational researchon details platforms and their engineering. no longer unusually, this 12 months the convention loved remarkable recognition. In overall, the convention acquired 173 paper submissions, the top quantity ever for a CAiSE convention. of these, forty two have been approved as typical papers and 26 as brief (poster) papers. furthermore, the convention obtained 12 proposals for workshops of which eight have been licensed, whereas four tutorials have been chosen from 15 submissions. The technical software was once prepare by means of a world committee of eighty one specialists. In overall, 505 experiences have been submitted, with each member of the committeecontributing.Decisionsonallsubmissionswerereachedataprogram committee assembly in Toronto on January 26-27,2002. Workshop and instructional proposals have been dealt with individually through committees chaired by way of Patrick Martin (workshops), and Jarek Gryz and Richard Paige (tutorials). we want to expand a very good “THANK YOU!” to all contributors of this system and organizing committees for his or her volunteer contributions of time and exp- tise. the truth that such a lot of busy (and famous!) humans took the difficulty to assist uswiththeorganizationofthisconferenceandtheformationofitstechnicalp- gram speaks good for the way forward for CAiSE and the ?eld of knowledge structures Engineering.
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Advanced Information Systems Engineering: 14th International Conference, CAiSE 2002 Toronto, Canada, May 27–31, 2002 Proceedings by Michael L. Brodie (auth.), Anne Banks Pidduck, M. Tamer Ozsu, John Mylopoulos, Carson C. Woo (eds.)