Interoperability for Enterprise Software and Applications: Proceedings of the Workshops and the Doctorial Symposium of the I-ESA International

Interoperability for Enterprise Software and Applications: Proceedings of the Workshops and the Doctorial Symposium of the I-ESA International

By: Nacer Boudjlids (editor), Herve Panetto (editor)Hardback

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Within the framework of the Sixth I-ESA International Conference,supported by the INTEROP VLab (International Virtual Laboratory onEnterprise Interoperability, http://www.interop-vlab.eu), threeworkshops and a Doctoral Symposium have been organized in order tostrengthen some key topics related to interoperability forenterprise applications and software. The workshops were selectedto complement the conference topics, leaving more time toresearchers for brainstorming and then coming up, at the end of theworkshops, with new research directions for the future.

The goal of the workshop Standards a Foundationfor Interoperability is to increase awareness andunderstanding 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 theassociated 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 businessmanagement systems and processes to address the needs of globaltrading across enterprises utilizing the new service-orientedInternet. Finally, the Doctoral Symposium has given the opportunityfor students involved in the preparation of their PhDs in thisemerging area to present and discuss their research issues andideas with senior researchers.

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Contents

Editorial Herve Panetto, Nacer Boudjlida xi

Session 1. Standards A Foundation forInteroperability 1

Standards Workshop Chairs Message Martin Zelm, David Chen 5

Standards for Enterprise Interoperation How toImprove? Martin Zelm, Kurt Kosanke 7

Framework for Enterprise Interoperability and Maturity Model(CEN/ISO 11354) David Chen 15

Testing Interoperability Standards A Test CaseGeneration Methodology Nenad Ivezic, Jungyub Woo 23

OMG Specifications for Enterprise Interoperability Brian Elvesaeter, Arne-Jorgen Berre 31

Standards Creation and Adoption for SME Networks Piero De Sabbata, Nicola Gessa, Arianna Brutti, Cristiano Novelli,Angelo Frascella, Gianluca D Agosta 41

The European Public Procurement Initiative and Standards forInformation Exchange Tim McGrath 53

Challenges in Project Management Georgios Kapogiannis, Colin Piddington 61

Session 2. Use of MDI/SOA Concepts in Industry 67

MDI/SOA Workshop Chairs Message Guy Doumeingts, Martine Grandin-Dubost 71

Application of SHAPE Technologies in Production and ProcessOptimization Brian Elvesaeter, Arne-Jorgen Berre, Einar Landre 73

An Exploration of Foundation Ontologies and Verification Methodsfor Manufacturing Knowledge Sharing R. Young, N. Chungoora, Z. Usman, N. Anjum, G. Gunendran, C.Palmer, J.A. Harding, K. Case, A.-F. Cutting-Decelle 83

ISTA3 Methodology Application Case Nabila Zouggar, Mickael Romain, Guy Doumeingts, SebastienCazajous, Yves Ducq, Christophe Merlo, Martine Grandin-Dubost95

Session 3. Doctoral Symposium 111

Doctoral Symposium Chair s Message Jenny A. Harding 115

The Mediation Information System Engineering Project: Status andPerspectives N. Boissel-Dallier, F. Benaben, H. Pingaud, J.-P. Lorre117

Quality Measurement of Semantic Standards E.J.A. Folmer, P.H.W.M. Oude Luttighuis, J. van Hillegersberg125

Towards a Model-Driven and Role-Configurable Methodology Suitefor Enterprise and Service-Oriented Interoperability Brian Elvesaeter, Arne-Jorgen Berre 133

Mediation Information System Engineering: Business and LogicCharacterization in a Collaborative Situation W. Mu, F. Benaben, H. Pingaud 139

Role of Semantic Web in the Changing Context of EnterpriseCollaboration N. Khilwani, J. A. Harding 147

A Dynamic Knowledge Management Framework B. A. Piorkowski, J. X. Gao 155

Author Index 163

Product Details

  • publication date: 03/08/2010
  • ISBN13: 9781848212701
  • Format: Hardback
  • Number Of Pages: 162
  • ID: 9781848212701
  • weight: 452
  • ISBN10: 1848212704

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