By Juan Trujillo (auth.), Jacky Akoka, Stephen W. Liddle, Il-Yeol Song, Michela Bertolotto, Isabelle Comyn-Wattiau, Willem-Jan van den Heuvel, Manuel Kolp, Juan Trujillo, Christian Kop, Heinrich C. Mayr (eds.)
We are happy to offer the court cases of the workshops held along side ER 2005, the twenty fourth foreign convention on Conceptual Modeling. the target of those workshops was once to increase the spectrum of the most conferencebygivingparticipantsanopportunitytopresentanddiscussemerging scorching subject matters with regards to conceptual modeling and so as to add new views to this key mechanism for figuring out and representing firms, together with the recent “virtual” e-environments and the data platforms that aid them. to fulfill this aim, we chosen five workshops: – AOIS 2005: seventh overseas Bi-conference Workshop on Agent-Oriented details structures – BP-UML 2005: 1st foreign Workshop on most sensible Practices of UML – CoMoGIS 2005: 2d overseas Workshop on Conceptual Modeling for Geographic details structures – eCOMO 2005: sixth overseas Workshop on Conceptual Modeling - proaches for E-business – QoIS 2005: 1st foreign Workshop on caliber of knowledge structures those five workshops attracted 18, 27, 31, nine, and 17 papers, respectively. F- lowing the ER workshopphilosophy, application committees chosen contributions at the foundation of robust peer reports to be able to continue a excessive normal for authorised papers. The committees approved eight, nine, 12, four, and seven papers, for acc- tance ratesof 44%,33%,39%,44%, and 41%,respectively. In overall, forty workshop papers have been chosen out of 102 submissions with a weighted averageacceptance fee of 40%.