The rapid growth in Internet, World Wide Web and Intranet systems over the past decade has led to a demand for increased sophistication in established information services, engineering techniques and methods to improve the development of information systems in a World Wide Web environment. Engineering Information Systems in the Internet Context addresses key state-of-the-art developments in Internet based IS engineering. This timely book contains selected papers presented and discussed at the International Conference on Engineering Information Systems in the Internet Context, which was sponsored by the International Federation for Information Processing (IFIP) and held in Kanazawa, Japan in September 2002. Engineering Information Systems in the Internet Context will prove invaluable to anyone working in Information Systems development, management, implementation and evaluation, as well as to researchers and practitioners in software engineering, information engineering, management science, communications and economics.A aquot;+ aquot; indicates an existence condition whereas a aquot;- aquot; checks that the service has not yet been enacted. ... Traditional workflow systems provide a process engine that manages the processes and guides each one of them through the ... A token (i.e. the common data structure throughout the process life cycle) is used as the context through which data is passed from one activity to the next. ... An IWS is a Web service (and thus, the standard WSDL 3rd Page 2001 Ferrari 360 Modena s!
|Title||:||Engineering Information Systems in the Internet Context|
|Author||:||Colette Rolland, Sjaak Brinkkemper, Motoshi Saeki|
|Publisher||:||Springer Science & Business Media - 2002-09-30|