Juan Trujillo

Juan Trujillo is a Full-time Professor at the Department of Software and Computing Systems in the University of Alicante (Spain). His main research topics include business intelligence applications, data warehouses’ development, OLAP, data mining, UML, MDA, data warehouses security and quality, etc. He has advised 9 PhD students and published more than a 120 papers in different national and international high impact conferences such as the ER, UML, ADBIS or CaiSE, and more than 30 papers in highly ranked international journals indexed by JCR such as the DKE, DSS, ISOFT, IS, or JDBM. He has also been co-editor of five special issues in different JCR journals (e.g. DKE). He has also been PC member of different events and JCR journals such as ER, DAWAK, CIKM, ICDE, DOLAP, DSS, JDM, ISOFT, and DKE, and PC Chair of DOLAP'05, DAWAK'05-'06 and FP-UML’05-’09. Further information on his main research publications can be found on: http://www.informatik.uni-trier.de/~ley/db/indices/a-tree/t/Trujillo:Juan.html.


A Taxonomic Class Modeling Methodology for Object-Oriented Analysis
Il-Yeol Song, Kurt Yano, Juan Trujillo, Sergio Lujan-Mora. © 2005. 25 pages.
Discovering a set of domain classes during object-oriented analysis is intellectually challenging and time consuming for novice analyzers. This chapter presents a taxonomic class...