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By Zohra Bellahsène, Michel Léonard

This e-book constitutes the refereed lawsuits of the 20 th overseas convention on complex info platforms Engineering, CAiSE 2008, held in Montpellier, France, in June 2008. The 35 revised complete papers and nine revised brief papers provided including 1 keynote lecture have been conscientiously reviewed and chosen from 273 submissions. The papers are geared up in topical sections on duality and method modelling, interoperability of IS and organisations, refactoring, details structures in e-government and life-science, wisdom styles for IS engineering, necessities engineering for IS, conceptual schema modelling, carrier infrastructure, provider evolution, versatile details applied sciences, metrics and approach modelling, info method engineering, and IS improvement with ubiquitous applied sciences.

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R <- - - - - - - - - - - -> <- - - - - - - - - - - -> ~--·----­ ~ ~--·~ Fig. 1. A local formula cannot distinguish (a. a) Note that Q(2l) is an undirected graph. If 2l is an undirectPd graph to start with, then Q (2l) is simply 2l together with the diagonal { (a. a) / a E A}. If 2l is a directed graph, then Q (2l) simply forgets about the orientation (and adds the diagonal as well). By the distanced~ (x, y) we mean the distance in the Gaifman graph: that is, the length of the shortest path from :I' to y in Q (2l).

Ve now give the canonical example of using Hanf-locality. \Ve show, by a very simple argument, that graph C:OIUH'ctivity is not Hanf-local: it will then follow that graph connectivity is not expressible in any logic that only defines Hanf-local Bool<~an queries. Assume to tlw contrary that the graph c:omwctivity query CJ is Hanf-local, as and hlr(CJ) = d. \vo graphs G~" and shown in Fig. 2. v. f be an and c;;n. Since each cycl<' is of arbitrary bijection between the nodes of length > 2d + 1, the d-neighborhood of any node a is the same: it is a chain of length 2d with a in the rniddll'.

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