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Technical Committee on Software Interprise Modeling (SWIM)  (Searched in: 2008)

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SWIM 2008-11-21
10:05
Tokyo Tokyo International Forum Discussions on the Relationship between successful implementation and the Project Environment on building the operation management information systems
Sanetake Nagayoshi (Tokyo Insutitute of Technology/Headstrong Japan Ltd.) SWIM2008-16
In this paper, I explored how the operation management information system implementation projects can be succeeded from ... [more] SWIM2008-16
pp.1-6
SWIM 2008-11-21
10:30
Tokyo Tokyo International Forum Establishing Decision Making Process to select Outsourcing Company
Akihiro Hayashi (IBM) SWIM2008-17
Outsourcing is prevalent among System Development Activities. According to relevant Statistic source, outsourcing is not... [more] SWIM2008-17
pp.7-12
SWIM 2008-11-21
11:00
Tokyo Tokyo International Forum Inter-Model Consistency between UML Use-case and Sequence Models
Akitoshi Takaya, Yoshiyuki Shinkawa (Ryukoku Univ) SWIM2008-18
It seems difficult to validate sequence diagrams, since there are no appropriate points to descried the constraints in t... [more] SWIM2008-18
pp.13-18
SWIM 2008-11-21
11:25
Tokyo Tokyo International Forum Validating UML Activity Diagrams through Model Checking
Takashi Inoue, Yoshiyuki Shinkawa (Ryukoku Univ) SWIM2008-19
An activity diagram represents the execution sequence of a process, and is remarkably improved in UML 2.0. This diagram ... [more] SWIM2008-19
pp.19-24
SWIM 2008-11-21
13:00
Tokyo Tokyo International Forum [Keynote Address] Semantic Web and Linked Data
Hideaki Takeda (National Institute of Informatics) SWIM2008-20
 [more] SWIM2008-20
pp.25-28
SWIM 2008-11-21
13:55
Tokyo Tokyo International Forum Knowledge Conversion in Software Development -- A Tentative Analysis with Network Data --
Atsushi Inuzuka (Univ. Tokyo) SWIM2008-21
The effect of knowledge conversion has not been investigated in any organizational context. This paper employs a taxonom... [more] SWIM2008-21
pp.29-34
SWIM 2008-11-21
14:20
Tokyo Tokyo International Forum Formal Specifications for Services in SOA
Akira Okada, Yoshiyuki Shinkawa (Ryukoku Univ.) SWIM2008-22
The WSDL for Web services, which is one of the important components in SOA, can describe the service interfaces exactly,... [more] SWIM2008-22
pp.35-40
SWIM 2008-11-21
15:00
Tokyo Tokyo International Forum [Special Talk] SOA Architecture using P2P Messaging
Shigeru Aoshima (Fiorano Software, Inc.) SWIM2008-23
Introduction of an SOA architecture based on P2P (peer to peer) messaging which enables component based business process... [more] SWIM2008-23
pp.41-46
SWIM 2008-11-21
15:55
Tokyo Tokyo International Forum Design and Implementation of Compensation Processes in Transaction Processing
Zhou Xu, Yoshiyuki Shinkawa (Ryukoku Uni.) SWIM2008-24
Transaction processing becomes more and more complicated, as web services are widely used. As a result, the recovery pro... [more] SWIM2008-24
pp.47-52
SWIM 2008-11-21
16:20
Tokyo Tokyo International Forum Continuously Improvement Method of Review Process
Akihiro Hayashi (IBM), Nobuhiro Kataoka (Tokai Univ) SWIM2008-25
In order to prevent the error occurrence in the downstream process, review activities in the upstream process has been g... [more] SWIM2008-25
pp.53-60
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