PHISE Logo 1st Workshop on Philosophical Foundations of Information Systems Engineering
(PHISE'05)

 
Regular Paper
Short Paper
Debate


TENTATIVE PROGRAMME

9:00 OPENING
9:15 Invited Lecture

Methodological Differences between the Cultural and Natural Sciences

Dr. Heinz K. Klein. MIS Department.
Temple University, Philadelphia, USA
10:30 Coffee Break

11:00

Session I: Foundations of Information Systems Engineering
Chair: David Pearce (Rey Juan Carlos University)
 
11:00 Information Systems Engineering: What Is It??
Benkt Wangler
Alexander Backlund
School of Humanities and Informatics,
University of Skövde, Sweden
11:15 A report on the Triune Continuum Paradigm and on its foundational theory of Triune Continuum
Andrey Naumenko
Triune Continuum Enterprise, Renens, Switzerland
11:30 A case for paraconsistent Logic as Foundation of Future Information Systems
Hendrik Decker
Technological Institute for Computer Science,
Technical University of Valencia, Spain


11:45

Session II: Miscellany
Chair: Heinz K. Klein (Temple University)
 
11:50 The Logic of Correctness in Software Engineering
Mark Priestly
Cavendish School of Computer Science,University of Westminster,London, UK
12:05 Viewpoint Centric Design
Jean-Pierre Charrel
 
Jari Palomäki
Toulouse Mirail University – GRIMM-ISYCOM & Institute for
Computer Science Research of Toulouse, France.
Tampere University of Technology, Pori, Finland
12:20 Global, pervasive and ubiquitous information societies: engineering challenges and social impact
Genoveva Vargas
National Scientific Research Council, Laboratory LSR-IMAG, France

12:30 Lunch

14:00

Session III: Research Methods in Information Systems Engineering
Chair: Pere Botella (Technical University of Catalonia)
 
14:00 Some Methodological Issues for Intelligent Information Systems
David Pearce
Rey Juan Carlos University, Madrid, Spain
14:15 Factors that could be considered on Information Systems research works
Sergio Araya
Juan Chaparro
Lourdes Ortiz
Group of Organization Engineering.
E.T.S.I.T. Polytechnic University of Madrid, Spain
14:30 Information Systems research associated to academic projects. Case study at Spain and Venezuela. Some facts
Lourdes Ortiz
Juan Chaparro
Sergio Araya
Group of Organization Engineering.
E.T.S.I.T. Polytechnic University of Madrid, Spain
14:40 Research in Software Engineering:Paradigms and Methods
María Lázaro
Esperanza Marcos
Rey Juan Carlos University, Madrid, Spain
14:50 Concepts of Product Software: Paving the Road for Urgently Needed Research
Lai Xu
Sjaak Brinkkemper
Utrecht University, The Netherlands
15:00 The Triple Schizophrenia of the Software Engineering Researcher
David Benavides
Antonio Ruiz-Cortés
Carlos Müller
University of Seville, Spain
15:15 DEBATE

15:30 Coffee Break
16:00
Session IV: Models and Ontologies in Information Systems Engineering
Chair: Genoveva Vargas (Laboratory LSR-IMAG, CNRS, France)
 
16:00 On ontologies and models
Diana Sanchez
Jose MŞ Cavero
Esperanza Marcos
Rey Juan Carlos University, Madrid, Spain
16:15 A Semiotic Approach to UML models
Gonzalo Genova
Maria C. Valiente
Jaime Nubiola
Carlos III University, Madrid, Spain
Carlos III University, Madrid, Spain
University of Navarra, Pamplona, Spain
16:30 On Designing Ontologies for Knowledge Sharing in Communities of Practice
Christiane Floyd
Stefan Ukena
Software Engineering Group,
University of Hamburg, Germany
16:45 Ontological Modelling of Information Systems from Bunge’s Contributions
Susana I .Herrera
Diana Pallioto
Gregorio N. Tkachuk
Pedro A. Luna
Santiago del Estero National University, Argentina
17:00 On the Foundation of the Ontological Foundation of Conceptual Modeling Grammars: The Construction of the Bunge–Wand–Weber Ontology
Boris Wyssusek
Helmut Klaus
Queensland University of Technology,
Faculty of Information Technology,
Centre for Information Technology Innovation (CITI),
Brisbane, Australia
17:15 FINAL DEBATE

17:30 Closing