Enterprise Interoperability IIEnterprise Interoperability II



Level 2: Interoperability committed Collaboration is done in a similar way each time; interoperability is based on the description of processes and organisation in enterprise models. Defined approaches are applied, responsibilities are ...

Author: Ricardo Jardim-Gonçalves

Publisher: Springer Science & Business Media

ISBN: 9781846288586

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This volume provides a concise reference to the state-of-the-art in software interoperability. Composed of over 90 papers, Enterprise Interoperability II ranges from academic research through case studies to industrial and administrative experience of interoperability. The international nature of the authorship continues to broaden. Many of the papers have examples and illustrations calculated to deepen understanding and generate new ideas.

Enterprise Interoperability IIIEnterprise Interoperability III



This paper has outlined early work on how results from modeling approaches from the fields of Enterprise Modeling, ... K. Mertins and M. Zelm (Eds): "Enterprise Interoperability II: New Challenges and Approaches", Springer, London, ...

Author: Kai Mertins

Publisher: Springer Science & Business Media

ISBN: 9781848002210

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Interoperability: the ability of a system or a product to work with other systems or products without special effort from the user is a key issue in manufacturing and industrial enterprise generally. It is fundamental to the production of goods and services quickly and at low cost at the same time as maintaining levels of quality and customisation. Composed of over 50 papers, Enterprise Interoperability III ranges from academic research through case studies to industrial and administrative experience of interoperability. The international nature of the authorship continues to broaden. Many of the papers have examples and illustrations calculated to deepen understanding and generate new ideas. A concise reference to the state of the art in software interoperability, Enterprise Interoperability III will be of great value to engineers and computer scientists working in manufacturing and other process industries and to software engineers and electronic and manufacturing engineers working in the academic environment.

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Making the Internet of the Future for the Future of Enterprise Keith Popplewell, Jenny Harding, Chalmeta Ricardo, Raul Poler ... Gonçalves R.J., Müller J.P, Mertins K. and Zelm M., "Enterprise Interoperability II - New Challenges and ...

Author: Keith Popplewell

Publisher: Springer Science & Business Media

ISBN: 9781849962575

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Enterprise Interoperability is the ability of an enterprise or organisation to work with other enterprises or organisations without special effort. It is now recognised that interoperability of systems and thus sharing of information is not sufficient to ensure common understanding between enterprises. Knowledge of information meaning and understanding of how is to be used must also be shared if decision makers distributed between those enterprises in the network want to act consistently and efficiently. Industry’s need for Enterprise Interoperability has been one of the significant drivers for research into the Internet of the Future. EI research will embrace and extend contributions from the Internet of Things and the Internet of Services, and will go on to drive the future needs for Internets of People, Processes, and Knowledge.

Enterprise Interoperability VEnterprise Interoperability V



In: Gonc ̧alves R J, M€uller JP, Mertins K, Zelm M. Enterprise Interoperability II. London: Springer-Verlag; 2007; pp 865-877. [4] Papazoglou MP, Heuvel W-J. Service oriented architectures: approaches, technologies and research issues.

Author: Raúl Poler

Publisher: Springer Science & Business Media

ISBN: 9781447128199

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Within a scenario of globalised markets, where the capacity to efficiently cooperate with other firms starts to become essential in order to remain in the market in an economically, socially and environmentally cost-effective manner, it can be seen how the most innovative enterprises are beginning to redesign their business model to become interoperable. This goal of interoperability is essential, not only from the perspective of the individual enterprise but also in the new business structures that are now emerging, such as supply chains, virtual enterprises, interconnected organisations or extended enterprises, as well as in mergers and acquisitions. Composed of over 40 papers, Enterprise Interoperability V ranges from academic research through case studies to industrial and administrative experience of interoperability. The international nature of the authorship contnues to broaden. Many of the papers have examples and illustrations calculated to deepen understanding and generate new ideas. The I-ESA'12 Conference from which this book is drawn was organized by Polytechnic University of Valencia, on behalf INTERVAL, and the European Virtual Laboratory for Enterprise Interoperability (INTEROP-VLab) and sponsored by the International Federation for Information Processing (IFIP) and the International Federation of Automatic Control (IFAC). A concise reference to the state of the art in systems interoperability, Enterprise Interoperability V will be of great value to engineers and computer scientists working in manufacturing and other process industries and to software engineers and electronic and manufacturing engineers working in the academic environment.

Revolutionizing Enterprise Interoperability through Scientific FoundationsRevolutionizing Enterprise Interoperability through Scientific Foundations



Discreteevent system simulation (2nd ed.). Upper Saddle River, NJ: Prentice Hall. ... An architecture for the virtual enterprise. In Proceedings of the IEEE International Conference ... In Enterprise interoperability II (pp. 569–580).

Author: Charalabidis, Yannis

Publisher: IGI Global

ISBN: 9781466651432

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"This book offers information on the latest advancements and research for Enterprise Interoperability knowledge as well as core concepts, theories, and future directions"--

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(e.g.: Enterprise Services, Enterprise Interoperability, Internet Technologies) 12/18 answers received 6 Yes (50%) 6 No 2 Enterprise Services, 2 Enterprise Interoperability 2 Internet Technologies 4. Have you been in contact with ...

Author: Martin Zelm

Publisher: John Wiley & Sons

ISBN: 9781118846926

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In a fast changing global economy governed by Enterprise Services and the Future Internet, enterprises and virtual factories will self-organize in distributed, interoperable, innovation Ecosystems where the issues of Enterprise Interoperability need to be solved in a multi-view of information, services and processes throughout Enterprise Networks. The book constitutes the proceedings of five workshops co- located with the Fifth IFIP Working Conference IWEI 2013. It contains the presented peer reviewed papers and summaries of the workshop discussions. Complementing the IWEI Conference program, the workshops aimed at exploiting new issues, challenges and solutions for Enterprise Interoperability and Manufacturing Eco Systems. The scope of the workshops spanned over a range of interoperability issues in Service Science and innovation, Model Driven Service Engineering Architectures, Service Modelling Languages, reference ontology for manufacturing , Case studies and tools particularly for SMEs, Business – IT alignment and related Standardization. Contents 1 – Model Driven Services Engineering Architecture (MDSEA): A Result of MSEE Project An Architecture for Service Modelling in Servitization Context: MDSEA, Y. Ducq. A Set of Templates for MDSEA, D. Chen. 2 – Interoperability to Support Business–IT Alignment Report Workshop 2, I.-S. Fan, V. Taratoukhine, M. Matzner. Interoperability as a Catalyst for Business Innovation, J.H.P. Eloff, M.M. Eloff, M.T. Dlamini, E. Ngassam, D. Ras. Process-Oriented Business Modeling – An Application in the Printing Industry, A. Malsbender, K. Ortbach, R. Plattfaut, M. Voigt, B. Niehaves. A Comparative Study of Modelling Methodologies Using a Concept of Process Consistency, E. Babkin, E. Potapova, Y. Zelenova. Maintenance Support throughout the Life-Cycle of High Value Manufacturing Products. Interoperability Issues, A. Fedotova, V. Taratoukhine, Y. Kupriyanov. Using Enterprise Architecture to Align Business Intelligence Initiatives, I.-S. Fan, S. Warner. Towards Enterprise Architecture Using Solution Architecture Models, V. Agievich, R. Gimranov, V. Taratoukhine, J. Becker. 3 – Standardisation for Interoperability in the Service-Oriented Enterprise Report Workshop 3, M. Zelm, D. Chen. Standardisation in Manufacturing Service Engineering, M. Zelm, G. Doumeingts. Service Modelling Language and Potentials for a New Standard, D. Chen. An Approach to Standardise a Service Life Cycle Management, M. Freitag, D. Kremer, M. Hirsch, M. Zelm. Open Business Model, Process and Service Innovation with VDML and ServiceML, A. J. Berre, H. De Man, Y. Lew, B. Elvesæter, B.M. Ursin-Holm. Reference Ontologies for Manufacturing, R. Young, N. Hastilow, M. Imran, N. Chungoora, Z. Usman, A.-F. Cutting-Decelle. Standardisation Tools for Negotiating Interoperability Solutions, T. Santos, C. Coutinho, A. Cretan, M. Beca, R. Jardim-Goncalves. 4 – Case Studies on Enterprise Interoperability: How IT Managers Profit from EI Research Report Workshop 4, S. Kassel. Experiences of Transferring Approaches of Interoperability into SMEs, F. Gruner, S. Kassel. 5 – Selected New Applications of Enterprise Interoperability . 179 Report Workshop 5, L. Ferreira Pires, P. Johnson. Service-Oriented Enterprise Interoperability in Logistics, W. Hofman. An Ontological Approach to Logistics, L. Daniele, L. Ferreira Pires. Social Vision of Collaboration of Organizations on a Cloud Platform, A. Montarnal, W. Mu, F. Bénaben, A.-M. Barthe-Delanoë, J. Lamothe. Semantic Standards Quality Measured for Achieving Enterprise Interoperability: The Case of the SETU Standard for Flexible Staffing, E. Folmer, H. Wu. Re

Agent Based Technologies and Applications for Enterprise InteroperabilityAgent Based Technologies and Applications for Enterprise Interoperability



Stiefel, P.D., Müller, J.P.: ICT interoperability challenges in decentral crossenterprise product engineering. In: Gonçalves, R., et al. (eds.) Enterprise Interoperability II: Proceedings of the 3rd International Conference on ...

Author: Klaus Fischer

Publisher: Springer

ISBN: 9783642285639

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The ATOP (Agent-Based Technologies and Applications for Enterprise Interoperability) workshop series focuses on technologies that support interoperability in networked organizations, on successful applications of these technologies, and on lessons learned. In particular, ATOP brings together research combining ideas from MDA and SOA with agent technologies. The ATOP 2009 and 2010 workshops were held at the AAMAS conferences in Budapest, Hungary, in May 2009, and in Toronto, Canada, in May 2010. The 11 papers presented here were carefully reviewed by three members of the international Program Committee and selected out of 25 contributions to the workshops. The topics covered are modeling interoperable systems; semantic approaches to enterprise interoperability; and interoperable business processes and business interactions. These papers are completed by an invited contribution reporting on OMG agent standardization. The main goal was to collect approaches for the application of agent technologies in these areas. Current trends in the development of agent technologies are compared with recent developments in service-oriented and model-driven system design, with respect to their ability to solve interoperability problems.

Enterprise Interoperability Smart Services and Business Impact of Enterprise InteroperabilityEnterprise Interoperability Smart Services and Business Impact of Enterprise Interoperability



(eds), Enterprise Interoperability II, Springer, London, 2007. [CHE 04] CHEN D., VERNADAT F., “Standards on enterprise integration and engineering – A state of the art”, International Journal of Computer Integrated Manufacturing (IJCIM) ...

Author: Martin Zelm

Publisher: Wiley-ISTE

ISBN: 9781786303738

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The ability of future industry to create interactive, flexible and always-on connections between design, manufacturing and supply is an ongoing challenge, affecting competitiveness, efficiency and resourcing. The goal of enterprise interoperability (EI) research is therefore to address the effectiveness of solutions that will successfully prepare organizations for the advent and uptake of new technologies. This volume outlines results and practical concepts from recent and ongoing European research studies in EI, and examines the results of research and discussions cultivated at the I-ESA 2018 conference, “Smart services and business impact of enterprise interoperability”. The conference, designed to encourage collaboration between academic inquiry and real-world industry applications, addressed a number of advanced multidisciplinary topics including Industry 4.0, Big Data, the Internet of Things, Cloud computing, ontology, artificial intelligence, virtual reality and enterprise modelling for future “smart” manufacturing. Readers will find this book to be a source of invaluable knowledge for enterprise architects in a range of industries and organizations.

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... Conference on Interoperability of Enterprise Software and Applications (2nd: 2006: Bordeaux, France) Enterprise interoperability: new challenges and approaches 1. Internetworking (Telecommunications) - Congresses I. Title II.

Author: Guy Doumeingts

Publisher: Springer Science & Business Media

ISBN: 9781846287145

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Composed of over 50 papers, "Enterprise Interoperability" ranges from academic research through case studies to industrial and administrative experience of interoperability. The international nature of the authorship continues to broaden. Many of the papers have examples and illustrations calculated to deepen understanding and generate new ideas. This is a concise reference to the state-of-the-art in software interoperability.

Interoperability for Enterprise Software and ApplicationsInteroperability for Enterprise Software and Applications



Enterprise Interoperability is considered to be significant, if it can take place at least, at three levels (data, ... that: (i) enterprise systems are not interoperable because of barriers to interoperability; (ii) barriers are ...

Author: Herve Panetto

Publisher: John Wiley & Sons

ISBN: 9781118616987

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Within the framework of the Sixth I-ESA International Conference, supported by the INTEROP VLab (International Virtual Laboratory on Enterprise Interoperability, http://www.interop-vlab.eu), three workshops and a Doctoral Symposium have been organized in order to strengthen some key topics related to interoperability for enterprise applications and software. The workshops were selected to complement the conference topics, leaving more time to researchers for brainstorming and then coming up, at the end of the workshops, with new research directions for the future. The goal of the workshop “Standards – a Foundation for Interoperability” is to increase awareness and understanding of interoperability standards as a fundamental need. The workshop “Use of MDI/SOA Concepts in Industry” promotes the application of MDI (Model-Driven Interoperability) combined with SOA (Services Oriented Architecture) and the associated technology (BPM, Enterprise Modeling, ontology, mediation, model transformation, etc.) in industry. The workshop on “Dynamic Management across Interoperating Enterprises” investigates the need for enhancements to current business management systems and processes to address the needs of global trading across enterprises utilizing the new service-oriented Internet. Finally, the Doctoral Symposium has given the opportunity for students involved in the preparation of their PhDs in this emerging area to present and discuss their research issues and ideas with senior researchers.