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Holonic Reengineering to Foster Sustainable Cyber-Physical Systems Design in Cognitive Manufacturing

Alejandro Martín-Gómez, María Jesús Ávila-Gutiérrez, Francisco Aguayo-González
2021 Applied Sciences  
The proposed system allows to model the metabolism of manufacturing systems, from a cell manufacturing to whole value chain, in order to develop, evolve and improve the sustainable value chain.  ...  In this paper, firstly, a review of the main digital enablers of Industry 4.0 and the current state of cognitive manufacturing is carried out.  ...  Below is a brief synthesis of how ICT infrastructure and enablers Appl.  ... 
doi:10.3390/app11072941 fatcat:3v6k5roqibd6jh5hrvgzptxj64

Business Process Reengineering of an Information Exchange Management System for a Nationwide Cyber Threat Intelligence

Yogha Restu Pramadi, Yousep Rosmansyah, Myonghee Kim, Man-Gon Park
2017 Journal of Korea Multimedia Society  
This paper will discuss on the business process reengineering of the CTI information exchange management for a nationwide scaled control and governance by the government to better protect their national  ...  Nowadays, nations cyber security capabilities play an important role in a nation's defense.  ...  The term kill chain interestingly enough came from the military because of its methodological approach, and the way to mitigate such attack according to [4] is to use an intelligence-driven defence.  ... 
doi:10.9717/kmms.2017.20.2.279 fatcat:jbqcqkjb25f5vc3euthoikfqdy

Transformation of Health and Social Care Systems—An Interdisciplinary Approach Toward a Foundational Architecture

Bernd Blobel, Frank Oemig, Pekka Ruotsalainen, Diego M. Lopez
2022 Frontiers in Medicine  
the engineering approach of cognitive theories, systems theory, and good modeling best practices, this study argues for a generic reference architecture model moderating between the different perspectives  ...  , methodological, and technological paradigms.  ...  ACKNOWLEDGMENTS The authors are indebted not only to Mathias Brochhausen, Little Rock, and Dipak Kalra, Brussels, but also colleagues from ISO/TC215 for their valuable advice and cooperation.  ... 
doi:10.3389/fmed.2022.802487 pmid:35402446 pmcid:PMC8992002 fatcat:wqolixcknfd2videfdhtn6cbii


Abdulsattar Mohammed Al-Ali
IT has an important role in the reengineering to be set in, many studies have proved it that (ICT) is the basic capacitor to change in the process or redesigning of the system.  ...  Moreover, the BPR literature search reveals that there are an increasing number of successful re-engineering implementations and case studies using BPR methodologies.  ...  This means that not only are the empirical studies rigorous in their approach, but also the conceptual and analytical studies.  ... 
doi:10.33899/tanra.2021.169012 fatcat:cgcpguz7hrb7photvx4j2sy5q4

Technological disruptions in services: lessons from tourism and hospitality

Dimitrios Buhalis, Tracy Harwood, Vanja Bogicevic, Giampaolo Viglia, Srikanth Beldona, Charles Hofacker
2019 Journal of Service Management  
At a conceptual level, this requires a complete rethink of how stakeholders should leverage technologies, engage and reengineer services to remain competitive.  ...  Design/Methodology/Approach -The research synthesizes prevailing theories of co-creation, service ecosystems, networks and technology disruption with emerging technological developments.  ...  Likewise, the process of reaching a destination with distinct cultural norms and social interaction, paying in different currency, passing through security and safety checks and preparing an emergency  ... 
doi:10.1108/josm-12-2018-0398 fatcat:wrysgdxqs5blhorgn5wjwziv3q

Activity Theory used as an Analytical Lens for Business Research

Raphael Kamanga, Patricia (Trish) M Alexander, Fredrick Kanobe
2019 Electronic Journal of Business Research Methods  
Activity Theory is used in this paper to demonstrate the process of critical analysis of qualitative data from two case studies.  ...  an earlier version of an activity and a later version as the activity evolves, or within an activity (between the elements of that activity).  ...  Activity Theory and Business Reengineering. AT's strength lies in its ability to transform human activity through a mediated approach.  ... 
doi:10.34190/jbrm.17.4.002 fatcat:mozrc4qmfvfhtjegf6o6osvqlq

Grand Challenges in Construction Management

Zhen Chen
2019 Frontiers in Built Environment  
The research methodology that support the writer to describe the four grand challenges includes literature review, comparison study, site observation, and system architecture analysis and development.  ...  This new specialty section opens an on-line platform for academics and practitioners in the subject field to share valuable experiences and findings from innovative research and development as well as  ...  An example of research into the use of knowledge-driven solutions to deal with the big issue on cost and time overruns in megaproject delivery is the experimental case studies conducted by Boateng et  ... 
doi:10.3389/fbuil.2019.00031 fatcat:v3meaymx6nhodbdurbgoajbecm


Anurag Sinha, Anmol Singh
2020 Zenodo  
These systems provide comprehensive business functionality in an integrated fashion using a state-of-the-art IT architecture.  ...  The basic theme of TQM is participatory approach to address the question(s) of quality in business as well as in the field of education, Enterprise Resource Planning systems are the new solution to business  ...  (SCM) and other extended modules, and integration with the Internet The rapid growth of information and communication technologies (ICT) driven by these factors has influenced all areas of computing applications  ... 
doi:10.5281/zenodo.4292156 fatcat:4lvlpbm46bhdhmvggm3lijpgvu

The SURUGA Gateway: An Advanced CPS Equipping Smart Factory

Guixiang JIN, Akihiro NAKATSUKA, Hiroaki MATSUKAWA
2019 Innovation and Supply Chain Management  
Innovation process (design) and operation (manufacturing) process is integrated together on the SURUGA Gateway, enabling high quality, short leadtime, low cost, and high flexibility.  ...  Innovation process drives operation process, while know-how to improve efficiency and quality in operation process is feedback to the innovation process.  ...  Acknowledgements We thanks to all supports and comments from Suruga Seiki. All figures are generated by the Suruga smart factory team members. We would not complete this paper without their supports.  ... 
doi:10.14327/iscm.13.21 fatcat:2ca6mm4btbd5bopslwy6s2dsvm

Collaborative Ontology Engineering Methodologies for the Development of Decision Support Systems: Case Studies in the Healthcare Domain

Daniele Spoladore, Elena Pessot
2021 Electronics  
., the delivery of a feasibility study, the introduction of project management processes, the support for reuse, and the involvement of stakeholders) are then explored into three use cases of semantic-based  ...  This paper performs a meta-review of the main criteria adopted for assessing OEMs, and major issues and shortcomings identified in existing methodologies.  ...  Author Contributions: D.S. and E.P.: writing, investigation; D.S.: supervision; E.P.: data duration. All authors have read and agreed to the published version of the manuscript.  ... 
doi:10.3390/electronics10091060 fatcat:7mttna6iuvgqnkzqyh4qbnkyea

Designing a Framework for Exchanging Partial Sets of BIM Information on a Cloud-Based Service

Alan Redmond, Roger West, Alan Hore
2013 InternaInternational Journal of 3-D Information Modeling  
INTRODUCTION This chapter describes a case study that refers to part (iii) 'Understanding and measuring an existing process' of the BPR methodology (see Chapter 1 section 1.3).  ...  and measuring an existing processreviewing an existing SML schema and applying a strategic framework to a case study.  ... 
doi:10.4018/ij3dim.2013100102 fatcat:elyjbrh3h5gytlvhftm7wuwmk4

The role of information communications technology in sustainable water management practice

Barry O', N.A. Mahony, John Dalrymple, Elizabeth Levin, Steven Greenland
2016 International Journal of Sustainable Agricultural Management and Informatics  
As a result, the adoption of appropriate, efficient and effective irrigation systems is an important element for future sustainability.  ...  The firms and projects have included growers in the horticulture and food processing industries.  ...  Methodology The first phase of the study involved a desk top review of both academic and practitioner literature, together with government reports and websites that offer advice on the choice of irrigation  ... 
doi:10.1504/ijsami.2016.077273 fatcat:ldlxtbyx3jhtxhebmv3kcuy7oy

A framework for semantic model based on ontologies generation for e-government applications: case study of Tunisia Government

Hatem Ben Sta
2017 International Journal of Metadata, Semantics and Ontologies  
This study aims at providing e-government developers, particularly those from the developing world, with an easy-to-use framework for practising semantic knowledge representation in e-government processes  ...  , thus facilitating the design of e-government systems that can be easily integrated and maintained.  ...  A semantic bridging process methodology was described for the mapping, merging and integration of local ontologies represented in an OWL syntax.  ... 
doi:10.1504/ijmso.2017.087640 fatcat:shsc73vqejbcpetzkuzapvj6r4

The Challenge of Collaboration – ICT Implementation Networks in Courts in The Netherlands

Florian HENNING, Gar Yein NG
2009 Transylvanian Review of Administrative Sciences  
In order to achieve the expected benefits from ICT in public organisations, work processes need to be re-engineered, whilst responsibilities and authority locations are shifting.  ...  We will address this question by means of a case study analysis on judicial videoconferencing in the Netherlands, a project called "Telehoren en Telepleiten" (THTP).  ...  Methodology The choice of THTP as a case study was taken because it has sufficient actors across the system to give us an idea of how collaboration and communication worked and how the legal framework  ... 
doaj:6daa1bcc18454b52b063c7417119cd57 fatcat:qznvyanv4rhknpl6hujhcncvwy

Contrasting Approaches to the Adoption of e-Government

Steve Flowers, Puay Tang, Jordi Molas-Gallart, Andy Davies
2006 Journal of E-Government  
Drawing on a variety of documentary sources and extensive interview Steve Flowers is Principal Research Fellow at  ...  This paper examines how e-Government was developed and implemented in two countries: the UK and the Netherlands.  ...  We draw on evidence gathered and analyzed for an in-depth study of ICT policies in the UK and the Netherlands carried out during 2003 for the Swedish Institute for Growth Policy Studies (ITPS), a Swedish  ... 
doi:10.1300/j399v02n03_04 fatcat:wtjhx57mxrfqbf5cafs66gwkym
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