SBSI Programming
Programming

06/16/2010 WEDNESDAY

 

08:00h 10:00h **Accreditation**
Minicourse SBSI 1
Introduction to business process management and Service Oriented
Minicourse SBSI 2
Case Studies in Information Systems - Potentials, Procedures, Criteria and Limitations
WBPM Technical Session 1
Theme: Approaches & Methodologies
10:00h 10:30h Coffe-break
10:30h 12:30h Minicourse SBSI 1
Second Part
Minicourse SBSI 2
Second Part
WBPM Technical Session 2
Tema: Techniques & Tools
12:30h 14:00h Lunch
14:00h 15:30h Lecture National SBSI 1 - Gonzalo Enrique Vasquez Enríquez (MDS)
15:30h 16:00h Coffe-break
16:00h 18:00h Lecture International WBPM - Diogo R. Ferreira (UTL – Lisboa – Portugal)
Theme: Process Mining - The missing link in Business Process Management
18:30h Official Opening and Cultural Event


06/17/2010 THURSDAY

08:00h 10:00h Technical Session 1 SBSI
Theme: Management Information Systems Security
Technical Session 2 SBSI
Theme: Multiagent Systems WTDSI 1
WTDSI 1
10:00h 10:30h Coffe-break
10:30h 12:30h Lecture International SBSI - Catherine's Dwyer (NY – USA)
http://csis.pace.edu/~dwyer/index2.htm
12:30h 14:00h Lunch
14:00h 16:00h Technical Session 3 SBSI
Theme: Process Management
Technical Session 4 SBSI
Topic: Data Mining and Decision Making
WTDSI 2
16:00h 16:30h Coffe-break
16:30h 18:30h Painel SBSI 1 - AMAZONIA LEGAL: Propositions for Sustainable Development
Durbens Martins Nascimento (UFPA) – to confirm
Carlos Renato Lisboa Frances (PRODEPA) - to confirm
Nilson Gabas Júnior (Emilio Goeldi) - to confirm
Yan Correia (Sinobras)
Silvio Vaz (Vale)
18:30h 20:00h Meeting of the Community IS
20:00h Social Event

 

06/18/2010 FRIDAY

08:00h 10:00h Technical Session 5 SBSI
Theme: Development of Information Systems
Technical Session 6 SBSI
Theme: Knowledge Management

10:00h 10:30h Coffe-break
10:30h 12:30hg Lecture 2 National SBSI - Laurindo Campos (MCT/INPA)
Tarcisio Ribeiro (MCT/INPA)
Topic: Possibilities of the use of remote sensing in the sustainability of the Amazon region
12:30h 14:00h Lunch
14:00h 15:00h Closing
15:00h 17:00h Minicourse SBSI 3
Risk-Based Testing: An Overview of Approaches
Minicurso SBSI 4
Theme: Design and Development of Information Systems for Web Content Management using Java EE and JBoss Seam
National SBSI Lecture 3
Profº Dr. Rodrigo Quites UFPA – Belém
17:00h 17:30h Coffe-break
17:30h 19:30h Minicourse SBSI 3
Second Part
Minicourse SBSI 4
Second Part
Lecture 4 National SBSI
Prof. Dr. Nelson Veiga
Instituto Evandro Chagas / UFRA
20:00h Closing Party

LECTURES:

- 06/16/2010 - Wednesday

• National Lecture - SBSI  1 - Gonzalo Enrique Vasquez Enriquez (MDS)

• International Lecture WBPM - Process Mining - The missing link in Business Process Management

Speaker: Diogo R. Ferreira (IST - Technical University of Lisbon, Portugal)

Summary: Since the beginning, the area of business process management has been dominated by a top-down approach of modeling followed by execution. This approach is now implemented in many workflow systems that support the design and execution of process models. However, business processes in organizations may be implemented across different types of information systems. All these systems record data on the activities performed and the events that occur in the organization. Process mining consists in analyzing these data in order to extract meaningful information about the business processes. This is a new area of research where there are many interesting problems to address and also connections to other areas, such as data mining and business intelligence. This lecture will present the principles, challenges and some of the techniques of process mining, in order to convey the immense potential that process mining brings to business process management.
- 06/17/2010 – Thursday

• International Lecture SBSI - Energy Literacy and ‘Green IS:’ Preparing Global Citizens for a Post-Carbon World - Cathy Dwyer

Biography

Catherine Dwyer, PhD is Associate Professor of Information Systems at Pace University in New York. Her research interests center on the impact of technology on society, social norms and practices. Her approach to sustainability also considers the role of technology embedded in a social context. For the past three years she has developed sustainability curricula materials for a course in information technology. Her primary task has been to develop materials in support of Energy Literacy, which is defined as a cognitive fluency with the economic, technical, and social components of energy use. Her goal in developing these materials is to give global citizens the ability to make informed and enlightened energy consumption decisions.

Abstract:

In the coming years, individual consumption choices will be a key determinant for improving energy sustainability and decreasing carbon emissions. While increasing the cost of energy does lead to reductions in energy consumption, this is a blunt weapon that causes hardship and disruption in the broader economy. Therefore non-economic mechanisms for encouraging sustainability must be developed. This paper will describe efforts to develop undergraduate curricula materials in support of Energy Literacy, defined as conceptual fluency with the economic and social components of energy use. The intention of this research is that an increase in Energy Literacy will result in more sustainable energy practices. These Energy Literacy materials have been developed and piloted over a two year period, and were included as coursework for five undergraduate sections. Students completed a pre- and post-course survey with questions regarding their sustainability attitudes and behaviors, based on the New Environmental Paradigm (NEP) and Environmentally Responsible Behavior (ERB). An analysis of student comments, responses, and survey results suggests that discussions of sustainability with disaster themes can trigger anxiety and emotional withdrawal that is counterproductive and interferes with the development of ERB. In contrast, materials that emphasize the pragmatic necessity and benefits derived from sustainability are related to improvements in ERB. The implications of these findings are that mechanisms to mitigate anxiety aroused by sustainability themes need to be found, and that future sustainability curricula emphasize pragmatic motivations for changing energy consumption patterns.



- 06/18/2010 – Friday

National Lecture SBSI 2 - Laurindo Campos (MCT/INPA) e Tarcisio Ribeiro (MCT/INPA)
National Lecture SBSI 3 - Prof. Dr. Rodrigo Quites UFPA - Belém
National Lecture SBSI 4 - Prof. Dr. Nelson Veiga Instituto Evandro Chagas / UFRA


MINI-COURSES:

- 06/16/2010 - Wednesday

• Minicourse SBSI 1 - Introduction to business process management and Service Oriented Architecture

08:00 to 12:30 - # 64 725 - Introduction to business process management and Service Oriented Architecture - Lucinéia Heloisa Thom, Cirano Iochpe, José Palazzo Moreira de Oliveira (University Institute of Computer Science - Federal University of Rio Grande do Sul - UFRGS).

Summary: In recent years, organizations have adopted business process modeling tools (BPM), seeking greater efficiency and quality of their business processes. Associated with Web service technology, the benefits of BPM in an organization can be transferred to the business processes implemented in several organizations interconnected. This course aims to introduce the business process modeling and service-oriented architecture (SOA). In particular, will present the main concepts in BPM and SOA as well as for Business Process Modeling Notation (BPMN 1.2), workflow patterns and emerging technologies. In addition, the project ProWAP 1 will be discussed, focusing on promote the reuse of recurring business functions in business processes modeling.

Minicourse SBSI 2 - Case Studies in Information Systems - Potentials, Procedures, Criteria and Limitations

08:00 12:30 - # 65272 - Case Studies in Information Systems - Potentials, Procedures, Criteria and Limitations - Joao Porto de Albuquerque (University of São Paulo - USP)

Summary: The Case Study (CS) is a research strategy traditionally used in areas of applied social sciences and that has been increasingly used in recent years in the fields of Information Systems and Computing. In the Brazilian computing community, however, knowledge about the rigorous application and ways of evaluation and use of CS as a research strategy is still early, so this proposal aims to help spread this knowledge through a mini-course on the use of CS as a research strategy in Information Systems' field. The contents of the mini-course will cover: (a) the concept of CS in contrast to other research strategies and common misunderstandings; (b) identification of potential situations for the use of CSs; (c) major paradigms and methodological procedures to ensure the quality of CSs; and (d) criteria and limitations of CSas a research strategy. The mini-course will be relevant for both the novice researcher, which aims to conduct research using the CS as a research strategy, and for experienced researchers who would like to consolidate their knowledge of the main methodological standards and criteria for evaluation of CSs.

- 06/18/2010 – Friday

Minicourse SBSI 3 - Risk-Based Testing: An Overview of Approaches

15:00 19:30 - # 65322 - Risk-Based Testing: An Overview of Approaches - Cristine Martins Gomes de Gusmão (Centre for Health Sciences (CCS), Clinic Hospital, Telehealth Center, Federal University of Pernambuco -UFPE), Julio de Menezes Venancio Junior (Computer Centre (CIn), Federal University of Pernambuco -UFPE)

Summary. The process of Software Testing is recognized as essential to ensuring software quality. However, this process is expensive and requires extra efforts and resources often unavailable because of time constraints and available resources. The technique of Risk-Based Testing (RBT) has emerged as a way to minimize these problems in general, and since then several authors have proposed approaches that essentially use the concept of risk in the testing process in order to prioritize efforts and allocate resources to the software components that need to be tested more carefully, but without compromising the quality of software. The purpose of this mini-course is to introduce the topic of Test Software Risk-based by showing the main approaches available in the literature as well as deepen concepts related to Software Testing and Risk Management of Software Projects.


• Minicourse SBSI 4 - Project and Development of Information Systems for Web Content Management using Java EE and JBoss Seam

15:00 19:30 - # 65428 - Project and Development of Information Systems for Web Content Management using Java EE and JBoss Seam - Rodrigo Santos (COPPE/UFRJ - Federal University of Rio de Janeiro), Paulo Sergio Santos (COPPE/UFRJ - Federal University of Rio de Janeiro), Rafael E. Holy (COPPE/UFRJ - Federal University of Rio de Janeiro)

Summary: Information Systems (ISs) are absolutely necessary to modern society, many of them being among the most complex creations designed and built. These information systems meet the most varied fields such as Education and Experimentation, and have strong application to manage content on the Web. Therefore, performing activities such as develop, maintain and manage such systems are becoming essential, so that a base composed by fundamentals and solid technological infrastructure is required to maximize the developer's productivity and product quality of software and related services. Thus, this mini-course aims to present the fundamentals of project and development of Sis for managing web content, discussing fundamentals and concepts of Education and Experimentation fields, as well as emerging technologies for the design and development of web portals, such as Java Platform Enterprise Edition (Java EE) and JBoss Seam. An example of applying these technologies in building a web portal for management of scientific experiments in education is shown. Finally, some concluding remarks end the mini-course, performing an analysis of advantages and disadvantages of the technologies presented on today's market.

TECHNICAL SESSIONS:

- 06/16/2010 - Wednesday

•    Technical Session WBPM 1 - Approaches & Methodologies (in setting)
•    Technical Session WBPM 2 - Tools & Techniques (in setting)


- 06/17/2010 - Thursday

•    Technical Session SBSI 1 - Security Management in Information Systems

08:00 to 08:30 - # 65272 - Model to determine the Level of Process Maturity Risk Management in Information Security - Janice Mayer (University of Vale do Rio dos Sinos -UNISINOS), Leonardo Fagundes (University of Vale do Rio dos Sinos).

08:30 to 09:00 - # 65227 - Using Patterns for the Development of Safety Management Information System based on ISO / IEC 21827:2008 - Josiane Kroll (Federal University of Santa Maria -UFSM), Lisandra Fontoura (UFSM), Rosana Wagner (UFSM), Marcos d Ornellas (UFSM / CT / LACA).

09:00 to 09:30 - # 65503 - Assessment Tools for Management and Implementation of Authorization Rules - Leonardo Azevedo (NP2Tec/UNIRIO), Diego Duarte (NP2Tec/UNIRIO), Fernanda Baiao (UNIRIO), Claudia Cappelli (NP2Tec / UNIRIO).

09:30 to 10:00 - # 65436 - CASGrid: Proposal and Implementation of a security layer for computational grids - Silvio Langer (Franciscan University Center -UNIFRA), Roger Turchetti (Federal University of Santa Maria -UFSM), Celio Trois (Federal University of Santa Maria -UFSM).


•    Technical Session SBSI 2 - Multiagent Systems

08:00 to 08:30 - # 65363 - Prototype Estimation of Location-based Multi-agent System - Royal Neves (University of Brasilia)

08:30 to 09:00 - # 65263 - Services Orchestration by Means of Software Agents in the Field of Assisted-Living Environment - Uriel Vinicius Nunes (University of Brasilia), Vander Alves (University of Brasilia -UnB)

09:00 to 09:30 - # 64698 - ChangeMan: A Multi-Agent for Change Management Requirements Traceability with support and Impact Analysis - Pablo DallOglio (Universidade do Vale do Rio dos Sinos), Pablo John S. da Silva (University of Vale do Rio dos Sinos -UNISINOS), Sérgio Crespo C. S. Pinto (University of Vale do Rio dos Sinos -UNISINOS)

09:30 to 10:00 - # 65333 - Simulation Model with Approaching use of SMA to zoning the Amazon's Conservation Units - Celia Ralha (University of Brasilia), Eduardo Carlos Marinelli (Socio-Environmental Institute -ISA), Cassio Giorgio Couto Coelho (University of Brasilia), Bruno Macchiavello (University of Brasilia), Alexandre Zaghetti (University of Brasilia)


•    Technical Session SBSI 3 - Development of Information Systems

08:00 to 08:30 - # 65331 - A Practical Approach for Implementing Quality Assurance Process and Product - Pablo John S. da Silva (University of Vale do Rio dos Sinos), Sérgio Crespo C. S. Pinto (University of Vale do Rio dos Sinos -UNISINOS), Pablo DallOglio (University of Vale do Rio dos Sinos -UNISINOS), John Gluz (University of Vale do Rio dos Sinos -UNISINOS).

08:30 to 09:00 - # 65358 - Evaluation of Testing Tools to Support Information Systems - Janielton Veloso (Federal University of Piauí -UFPI), Pedro Santos Neto (Federal University of Piauí -UFPI), Ismayle Santos (Federal University of Piauí -UFPI), Ricardo Britto (Federal University of Piauí -UFPI)

09:00 to 09:30 - # 65376 - Extending Scoring Use Case for Application in Software Development Outsourcing - Gustavo Ibarra (Federal University of Santa Catarina), Patricia Vilain (Federal University of Santa Catarina)

09:30 to 10:00 - # 65432 - A Domain Specific Language for Lessening the Effort Needed to Instantiate Using GRENJ Applications Framework - Vinicius Humberto Durell (University of São Paulo), Rafael Durell (Federal University of São Carlos), Simone Borges (Federal University of São Carlos), Rosana Braga (ICMC-USP)


•    Technical Session SBSI 4 - Data Mining and Decision Making

14:00 to 14:30 - # 64601 - A Model for Designing and Implementing Databases Analytical-Time Support for Decision Making, Audits and Recovery - Alex Poletto (Fundação Educacional do Municipio de Assis), Jorge Rady Junior Almeida (University of São Paulo -USP)

14:30 to 15:00 - # 65269 - Digging Fraudsters: The Use of Data Mining in Pattern Discovery Consumer Causing Commercial Losses in a CTM Electric Power - Izabel Andion (LSITEC), Janaina Ma (LSITEC) Ricardo Vieira (LSITEC Northeast), Manoel Mendonça (UFBA), Paulo Carvalho (Federal University of Bahia) Pedro Dantas (Salvador University)

15:00 to 15:30 - # 65434 - Tool for information retrieval based on index files - Jony Lemes (FATEC), Luis Almeida (University of Taubate)


- 06/18/2010 - Friday


•    Technical Session SBSI 5 - Process Management

14:00 to 14:30 - # 65320 - SWfPS: A System Source Data and Processes in the Field of Scientific Workflows - Wander Gaspar (Federal Universidade of Juiz de Fora), Regina Berry (Federal University of Juiz de Fora) Fernanda Campos (Federal University of Juiz de Fora)

14:30 to 15:00 - # 65309 - Sustainability in Business Information Technology - Marcelo Gonçalves (UFMS), Orlando Zotelli (UFMS), Deborah Paiva (Federal University of Mato Grosso do Sul)

15:00 to 15:30 - # 65402 - Semantic similarity in the Composition of Information Systems through Web Services - Vanessa Sena (SHAPES / LASID / DCC / UFBA), Daniela Barreiro course (UFBA), Rodrigo Amorim (SHAPES / LASID / DCC / UFBA), Denivaldo Lopes (Federal University of Maranhão)

15:30 to 16:00 - # 65091 - Performance Evaluation of BPEL4People Specifications Integrate Human Interactions Into Business Process - Henry George Holland (University of Rio Grande do Norte), Giovanni Barroso (Federal University of Ceará), Antonio Serra (Federal University of Ceará), José Merseguer (University of Zaragoza).


•    Technical Session SBSI 6 - Knowledge Management


08:00 to 08:30 - # 65383 - Analysis and Implementation of Digital Repository Software Using Free DSPACE - Lucas Romani (Univ), Elvis Fusco (Univ), Placida Santos (Universidade Estadual Paulista - UNESP)

08:30 to 09:00 - # 64709 - jShield: An Open Source Solution to Web Application Security - Marcio Almeida Macedo (Federal University of Pernambuco), Ricardo Queiroz (Centro de Ensino Unificado de Teresina), Julio Damasceno (Federal University of Pernambuco)

09:00 to 09:30 - # 65343 - TellStory-Analyzer: A mechanism to enhance the externalization of knowledge - Miguel Gabriel (UFRJ), Ruben Perorazio (UFRJ), Marcos Borges (Federal University of Rio de Janeiro), Vanessa Braganholo (UFRJ)

09:30 to 10:00 - # 65394 - An Ontology-Based Approach for Semantic Modeling and Geographic Site Content Social Context of Public Sector - Menezes Luciana (Federal University of Campina Grande), Hugo Feitosa de Figueiredo (Federal University of Campina Grande), Ricardo Fernandes (Federal University of Campina Grande), James Eduardo da Silva (Federal University of Campina Grande), Claudio Baptista (Federal University of Campina Grande)


WTDSI - Workshop - Theses and Dissertations in Information Systems:

- 06/17/2010 - Thursday

•    WTDSI 1

08:00 to 08:20 - # 65204 - Fragmentation of Data Warehouses to Load Operating Data in Real Time - Diego Souza Pereira Nolasco, Asterio Tanaka, Leonardo Azevedo (Post-Graduate Program in Computer Science - Department of Applied Computer Science - Federal University of Rio de Janeiro -UNIRIO)

08:20 to 08:40 - # 65404 -

08:40 to 09:00 - # 65429 - IT Governance in Federal Institutions of Higher Education - Mauro André Augusto Leitão, Asterio Tanaka, Renata Araujo (Post-Graduate Program in Computer Science - Applied Computer Science Department, Federal University of Rio de Janeiro -UNIRIO)

09:00 to 09:20 - # 65447 - Optimizing Queries on Spatial Data Clusters Database Veloso, Marcos Souza, Leonardo Azevedo, Fernanda Araujo Baião (Post-Graduate Program in Computer Science (PPGI) - Center for Research and Practice in Technology (NP2Tec) - Department of Applied Informatics -DIA, Federal University of Rio de Janeiro -UNIRIO)

09:20 to 09:40 - # 65467 - A Model to Support Knowledge Management Based on the Context of External Environment - Eduardo Costa Ramos, Flávia Maria Santoro (Post-Graduate Program in Computer Science - Department of Applied Informatics, Federal University of Rio de Janeiro -UNIRIO)


•    WTDSI 2

14:00 to 14:20 - # 64774 -

14:20 to 14:40 - # 64829 - An approach to flexible discovery of services sensitive to business context - Michel Antunes Da Silva, Flavia Maria Santoro, Leonardo Guerreiro Azevedo (Post-Graduate Program in Computer Science - Department of Applied Computer Science Federal University of Rio de Janeiro -UNIRIO)

14:40 15:00 - # 65379 - Validating Legal Requirements for Electronic Government Applications Using Business Process Simulation - Jorge Moreira Gomes, Renata Mendes de Araujo (Post-Graduate Program in Computer Science - Department of Applied Informatics, Federal University of Rio de Janeiro -UNIRIO)

15:00 to 15:20 - # 65387 - Semantic Integration of Business Rules and Conceptual Models Based Ontologically Well - Mauro Lopes, Fernanda Baiao, Sean Smith (Post-Graduate Program in Computer Science - Department of Applied Informatics, Federal University of Rio de Janeiro -UNIRIO)

15:20 to 15:40 - # 64807 -

PANEL SBSI - AMAZONIA LEGAL: Propositions for sustainable development

- 06/17/2010 - Thursday

Painel SBSI 1 - AMAZONIA LEGAL: Propositions for Sustainable Development

Durbens Martins Nascimento (UFPA) – to confirm
Carlos Renato Lisboa Frances (PRODEPA) - to confirm
Nilson Gabas Júnior (Emilio Goeldi) - to confirm
Yan Correia (Sinobras)
Silvio Vaz (Vale)