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Anchoring Knowledge in Business-Process Models to support Interoperability of Virtual Organizations [chapter]

Peter Heisig, Martine Callot, Jan Goossenaerts, Kurt Kosanke, John Krogstie, Nenad Stojanovic
2003 IFIP Advances in Information and Communication Technology  
see Quad Chart on page 2 The only function of knowledge is to enable right decisions (Chinese wisdom -Neo-Mohism about 200 BC)  ...  -How to integrate general knowledge into business-process models and thereby enhance model based decision support? -How to identify critical knowledge in business processes?  ...  Within the Organization, which is the subject of various analyses in different knowledge domains, the business-process model serves as the pivotal core for term mapping and translation services in the  ... 
doi:10.1007/978-0-387-35621-1_6 fatcat:yrgbu63d5zc7tiljnfxyqkwwty

A review on E-business Interoperability Frameworks

Reza Rezaei, Thiam Kian Chiew, Sai Peck Lee
2014 Journal of Systems and Software  
Interoperability frameworks present a set of assumptions, concepts, values, and practices that constitute a method of dealing with interoperability issues in the electronic business (e-business) context  ...  Achieving interoperability in the e-business generates numerous benefits. Thus, interoperability frameworks are the main component of e-business activities.  ...  Acknowledgement This research is funded by the University of Malaya Research Grant (UMRG) RG055-11ICT.  ... 
doi:10.1016/j.jss.2014.02.004 fatcat:ysatsiyfqrfxpmrnpujzyah3bi

An Overview of Models for Assessment of Organization Virtuality

Peter Veber
2009 Organizacija  
The purpose of this paper is to investigate and present all the published models of virtual organization that are publicly available in the world literature.  ...  In the other words: what is the level of its virtuality? Several models for the assessment of organization virtuality have been developed by many different authors.  ...  In other words, an organization with underdeveloped Anchoring is unlikely to become more virtualized in other respects. 5.  ... 
doi:10.2478/v10051-009-0015-0 fatcat:cryx2vgy3jdyxlrzsu6kbk7pqy

Collaborative Environments. Considerations Concerning Some Collaborative Systems

Mihaela I. MUNTEAN
2009 Informatică economică  
are capable to support integrated collaboration in business services.  ...  The evolution of information systems in these collaborative environments led to the sudden necessity to adopt, for maintaining the virtual activities and processes, the latest technologies/systems, which  ...  capable to support integrated collaboration in business services [14] .  ... 
doaj:17db60a57e6d46eba449ad097931e4e9 fatcat:pruxhk5wkzc5voen2ceelwmsdu

Sustainable enterprise interoperability from the Activity Domain Theory perspective

Lars Taxén
2012 Computers in industry (Print)  
To this end, the purpose of this contribution is to make an inquiry into interoperability from the perspective of the Activity Domain Theory (ADT).  ...  In conclusion, it is argued that the ADT is an alternative framework for advancing the understanding of sustainable interoperability between enterprises and enterprise systems.  ...  .  Cultural Interoperability: "The degree to which knowledge and information is anchored to a unified model of meaning across cultures."  ... 
doi:10.1016/j.compind.2012.08.011 fatcat:k6u7clbyvvc4naxccjeoyoatuq

Role of Semantic Web in the Changing Context of Enterprise Collaboration [chapter]

N. Khilwani, J. A. Harding
2013 Interoperability for Enterprise Software and Applications  
In such collaboration, enterprises temporarily share competences and resources for a particular business goal and disband when that window of opportunity is closed.  ...  The paradigm of the virtual enterprise is a predominant area of research and technological development for today's progressive industries.  ...  I am lucky to have knowledgeable, friendly and helpful colleagues around during my work in KMM-group.  ... 
doi:10.1002/9781118558003.ch18 fatcat:b2eylmrrzndodfps57qv4ojx2i

Research in multi-organizational processes and semantic information brokering at the LSDIS lab

Amit Sheth, John Miller, Krys Kochut, Budak Arpinar
2001 SIGMOD record  
information regardless of syntax, format/representation, media, and source, (b) for the processes in future networked economy, in which we will see process as an organic part of doing a business-that  ...  is, while processes will be chief differentiating and the competitive force in doing business in the networked economy, they will be deeply integrated with the way of doing business, and that they will  ... 
doi:10.1145/604264.604286 fatcat:a5u535dzdrfw5kol5hr7eyakfq

Business Semantics as an Interface between Enterprise Information Management and the Web of Data: A Case Study in the Flemish Public Administration [chapter]

Christophe Debruyne, Pieter De Leenheer
2013 Lecture Notes in Business Information Processing  
We present the method Business Semantics Management (BSM), a factoriented approach to knowledge modeling grounded in natural language.  ...  Conceptual modeling captures descriptions of business entities in terms of their attributes and relations with other business entities.  ...  This work was partially funded by the Institute for Promotion of Research and Innovation in the Brussels Capital Region and the European FP7 ACSI project. 8  ... 
doi:10.1007/978-3-642-36318-4_9 fatcat:44r47cnzbnbbvmpxvfj5swblxe

Manufacturing in the fourth industrial revolution: A positive prospect in Sustainable Manufacturing

Núbia Carvalho, Omar Chaim, Edson Cazarini, Mateus Gerolamo
2018 Procedia Manufacturing  
to the principles of this industry, such as decentralization, virtualization, interoperability, among others which lead to more adaptability to natural resources availability and environmental costs.  ...  to the principles of this industry, such as decentralization, virtualization, interoperability, among others which lead to more adaptability to natural resources availability and environmental costs.  ...  Author name / Procedia Manufacturing 00 (2017) 000-000 industry 4.0, expressed in its principles, for the construction of an industrial model with high capacity to create, maintain and fully use effectively  ... 
doi:10.1016/j.promfg.2018.02.170 fatcat:qlxqnmszrbd3pfigcgawyul4gu

A Reference Model for Information Infrastructures [chapter]

Ramez Elmasri, Daeweon Son, John J. Mills, N. Kishor
1999 Information Infrastructure Systems for Manufacturing II  
There are a number of different approaches to information infrastructures, all of which purport to be an answer to the problem of integrating diverse heterogeneous systems.  ...  In this paper we review several of the current approaches and develop a reference architecture which is then used to categorize and compare these same approaches.  ...  Work and Knowledge Management for Industrial Virtual Enterprises WfMC, il ' CF:I, ...  ... 
doi:10.1007/978-0-387-35385-2_7 fatcat:b2zoqgmrr5csbhx2tc3jflx4ci

Proposal of IoT Devices Control using Mixed Reality and QR Codes

Erich Stark, Erik Kučera, Oto Haffner
2021 Journal of Automation, Mobile Robotics & Intelligent Systems  
support.  ...  The Internet of Things (IoT) and mixed reality are now among the most important areas in research or in practice.  ...  -Virtualization -is creation of a virtual model (or copy) of an smart factory. Virtualization uses real data obtained from real plant applied to the smart factory model for decisions and control.  ... 
doi:10.14313/jamris/3-2020/31 fatcat:m3ndwwfvrzbdrfd3zjpl2m434a

Measurement of Entrepreneurial Dynamism Capabilities and Performance in Collaborative Networks [chapter]

Diego Jacob Kurtz, Rolando Vargas Vallejos, Marcos Da-Ré, Gregório Varvakis
2014 IFIP Advances in Information and Communication Technology  
It is based on this information that this work aims to discuss the association between the role of an organization in a collaborative network and the development of dynamic capabilities, in response to  ...  The second proposes a conceptual model involving these three main constructs, facing adaptation, resilience and competitiveness of organizations.  ...  The knowledge generated in both VBEs aims to improve products, processes and business models for the Network.  ... 
doi:10.1007/978-3-662-44745-1_57 fatcat:h4oqonfhsffp3bu5bpmfe3373i

Introduction Of An Approach Of Complex Virtual Devices To Achieve Device Interoperability In Smart Building Systems

Thomas Meier
2018 Zenodo  
In contrast to other systems our approach supports complex virtual device configuration on application layer (e.g. by administration users) instead of device configuration at platform layer (e.g. platform  ...  One of the major challenges for sustainable smart building systems is to support device interoperability, i.e. connecting sensor or actuator devices from different vendors, and present their functionality  ...  Because virtual devices are anchored in the data model, the embedded script engine has full access to virtual devices. This approach has been applied by other systems as well ( [12] , [14] ).  ... 
doi:10.5281/zenodo.1317057 fatcat:stguzkcwuvbsxjoixscy7gsweq

From knowledge to business ecosystems: emergence of an entrepreneurial activity during knowledge replication

Amel Attour, Nathalie Lazaric
2018 Small Business Economics  
Transformation of a knowledge ecosystem can lead to the emergence of a technological platform embodying a business ecosystem and providing the resources required especially for firm startup.  ...  We show that the role of a knowledge filter is reduced by some public actors and universities acting as the "tenant anchor" and accelerating the replication of knowledge, and the resolution of intellectual  ...  Universities and public research organizations fulfilled these critical roles supporting knowledge recombination and its mutation, and favoring the establishment of business ecosystems -particularly in  ... 
doi:10.1007/s11187-018-0035-3 fatcat:3jk5p56cjrejlnc4plc4l2tkbu

Access Control on Shared Ontologies

Georgi Pavlov
2009 The International Journal of Interoperability in Business Information Systems  
This journal aims in exchanging and presenting research activities in the area of creating interoperability in business information systems.  ...  This makes it hard to exchange information and to keep business information in sync. Interoperability can be defined as the ability of enterprise software and applications to interact.  ...  With SAP Business Process Management, processes can be managed from model to the final code.  ... 
dblp:journals/ibis/Pavlov09 fatcat:2w4zbus5xrbwvhqi6sl24kndaa
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