On the Move to Meaningful Internet Systems 2007: CoopIS, DOA, ODBASE, GADA, and IS: OTM Confederated International Conferences, CoopIS, DOA, ODBASE, GADA, and IS 2007, Vilamoura, Portugal, November 25-30, 2007, Proceedings, Part II

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Springer, 2007. gada 21. nov. - 1860 lappuses

This two-volume set LNCS 4803/4804 constitutes the refereed proceedings of the five confederated international conferences on Cooperative Information Systems (CoopIS 2007), Distributed Objects and Applications (DOA 2007), Ontologies, Databases and Applications of Semantics (ODBASE 2007), Grid computing, high performance and Distributed Applications (GADA 2007), and Information Security (IS 2007) held as OTM 2007 in Vilamoura, Portugal, in November 2007.

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Opportunities and Challenges
1179
Access Control Management in Open Distributed Virtual Repositories and the Grid
1186
Transforming the Adaptive Irregular OutofCore Applications for Hiding Communication and Disk IO
1200
Adaptive Data Block Placement Based on Deterministic Zones AdaptiveZ
1214
Keyword Based Indexing and Searching over Storage Resource Broker
1233
Hypercube Event for Efficient Filtering in ContentBased Routing
1244
Combining Incomparable Public Session Keys and Certificateless Public Key Cryptography for Securing the Communication Between Grid Participants
1264
A ServiceOriented Platform for the Enhancement and Effectiveness of the Collaborative Learning Process in Distributed Environments
1280
A ServiceOriented Grid WorkflowManagement System
1516
IS 2007 International Symposium Information Security
1524
Past Present and Future
1529
Cracking Basic Access Control Keys
1531
Managing Risks in RBAC Employed DistributedEnvironments
1548
Spatiotemporal Role Based AccessControl
1567
Authentication Architecture for eHealth Professionals
1583
On RSNOriented Wireless Intrusion Detection
1601

Social Networking to Support Collaboration in Computational Grids
1288
A Policy Based Approach to Managing SharedData in Dynamic Collaborations
1296
Grid Service Composition in BPEL forScientific Applications
1304
Efficient Management of Grid Resources Using aBilevel DecisionMaking Architecture for ProcessableBulk Data
1313
Towards an Open Grid Marketplace Frameworkfor Resources Trade
1322
A Hybrid Algorithm for Scheduling WorkflowApplications in Grid Environments ICPDP
1331
ContentionFree Communication Scheduling for GroupCommunication in Data Parallelism
1349
SNMPBased Monitoring Agents and HeuristicScheduling for LargeScale Grids
1367
The HighlyAvailable ResourceCoallocator
1385
Assessing a Distributed Market Infrastructurefor EconomicsBased Service Selection
1403
Grid Problem Solving Environment forStereology Based Modeling
1417
Managing Dynamic Virtual Organizations to GetEffective Cooperation in Collaborative GridEnvironments
1435
A ClusterBased Server for OnlineAnalytical Processing
1453
Parallel Implementation of a Neural Net TrainingApplication in a Heterogeneous Grid Environment
1473
Generalized Load Sharing for Distributed OperatingSystems
1489
An ApplicationLevel Service ControlMechanism for QoSBased Grid Scheduling
1497
Fine Grained Access Control with Trust andReputation Management for Globus
1505
A Hybrid Stateful and CrossProtocol IntrusionDetection System for Converged Applications
1616
Toward SoundAssisted Intrusion DetectionSystems
1634
EndtoEnd Header Protection in SignedSMIME
1646
Estimation of Behavior of Scanners Based onISDAS Distributed Sensors
1659
A Multicore Security Architecture Based onEFI
1675
Home Device Authentication Using Device Certification
1688
Bayesian Analysis of Secure P2P SharingProtocols
1701
Network Coding Protocols forSecret Key Distribution
1718
3Party Approach for Fast Handover inEAPBased Wireless Networks
1734
SWorD A Simple Worm Detection Scheme
1752
Prevention of CrossSite Scripting Attackson Current Web Applications
1770
Compiler Assisted Elliptic Curve Cryptography
1785
Trust Management Model and Architecture forContextAware Service Platforms
1803
Mobile Agent Protection in EBusiness ApplicationA Dynamic Adaptability Based Approach
1821
Business Oriented Information Security Management A Layered Approach
1835
Author Index
1853
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