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OMG Specifications for Enterprise Interoperability [chapter]

Brian Elvesaeter, Arne-Jørgen Berre
2013 Interoperability for Enterprise Software and Applications  
Enterprise Interoperability is a term that describes a field of activity with the aim to improve the manner in which enterprises, by means of information and communications technology (ICT), interoperate with other enterprises, organisations. To meet these challenges, enterprises are today looking into enterprise architectures. The Object Management Group (OMG) is an international, open membership and not-for-profit industry consortium, which develops enterprise integration standards for a wide
more » ... range of technologies and provide modelling standards to support enterprise architecture. In this paper we give an overview of the newest OMG modelling standard initiatives with respect to enterprise architecture. KEY WORDS: model-driven architecture, enterprise interoperability, enterprise architecture
doi:10.1002/9781118558003.ch5 fatcat:3kywrvkohbd3bckljykc42a2ze

Application of SHAPE Technologies in Production and Process Optimization [chapter]

Brian Elvesaeter, Arne-Jørgen Berre, Einar Landre
2013 Interoperability for Enterprise Software and Applications  
doi:10.1002/9781118558003.ch10 fatcat:sly4dbzfbnaifnlnhjd3omox3q

Semaphore – A Model-Based Semantic Mapping Framework [chapter]

Andreas Limyr, Tor Neple, Arne-Jørgen Berre, Brian Elvesæter
2006 Lecture Notes in Computer Science  
This paper presents a framework and a tool devised to aid in obtaining information interoperability between enterprise applications. The approach has its foundations in the principles of model-driven architecture (MDA) and architecture-driven modernisation (ADM). The key idea is that mappings between different information formats are defined at a platformindependent level, and that the mechanisms that actually perform the needed data conversion are generated based on the mappings according to the relevant platforms of the systems at hand.
doi:10.1007/11837862_27 fatcat:urigydapfvhmpeuboeinr4wrh4

Model-driven Service Engineering with SoaML [chapter]

Brian Elvesæter, Cyril Carrez, Parastoo Mohagheghi, Arne-Jørgen Berre, Svein G. Johnsen, Arnor Solberg
2011 Service Engineering  
This chapter presents a model-driven service engineering (MDSE) methodology that uses OMG MDA specifications such as BMM, BPMN and SoaML to identify and specify services within a service-oriented architecture. The methodology takes advantage of business modelling practices and provides a guide to service modelling with SoaML. The presentation is case-driven and illuminated using the telecommunication example. The chapter focuses in particular on the use of the SoaML modelling language as a
more » ... for expressing service specifications that are aligned with business models and can be realized in different platform technologies.
doi:10.1007/978-3-7091-0415-6_2 fatcat:rvg5rw4kqjdppije3lzs3ze6k4

DataGraft: Simplifying Open Data Publishing [chapter]

Dumitru Roman, Marin Dimitrov, Nikolay Nikolov, Antoine Putlier, Dina Sukhobok, Brian Elvesæter, Arne Berre, Xianglin Ye, Alex Simov, Yavor Petkov
2016 Lecture Notes in Computer Science  
DataGraft is a platform for Open Data management. It has the goals to simplify and speed up the data publishing process and to improve the reliability and scalability of the data consumption process. This demonstrator provides a summary of the key features of the current DataGraft platform as well as simple demo scenario from the domain of property-related data.
doi:10.1007/978-3-319-47602-5_21 fatcat:5onh66xcgvf2rlxa7stpmdsb3a

Open Business Model, Process and Service Innovation with VDML and ServiceML [chapter]

Arne J. Berre, Henk de Man, Yannick Lew, Brian Elvesaeter, Bjørn Morten Ursin-Holm
2014 Enterprise Interoperability  
This paper presents the NEFFICS platform which provides a foundation for cloudbased open business model innovation, process innovation and service innovation for networked enterprises. Business model innovation is supported with a basis in a business model framework with six views, where each view is supported by a corresponding diagram from the Value Delivery Modeling Language (VDML). Process innovation is supported by VDML activity diagrams with options for mappings to Business Process Model
more » ... nd Notation (BPMN) and Case Management Model and Notation (CMMN). Service innovation is supported by the Service Modelling Language (ServiceML) which shares the core collaboration models of VDML for role modelling and value networks.
doi:10.1002/9781118846995.ch14 fatcat:izm7axjqcbacbenju6tz7aq7mq

Meta-models, Models, and Model Transformations: Towards Interoperable Agents [chapter]

Christian Hahn, Cristián Madrigal-Mora, Klaus Fischer, Brian Elvesæter, Arne-Jørgen Berre, Ingo Zinnikus
2006 Lecture Notes in Computer Science  
Services provide an universal basis for the integration of applications and processes that are distributed among entities, both within an organization and across organizational borders: This paper presents a model-driven approach to design interoperable agents in service-oriented architectures (SOA). The approach provides a foundation for how to incorporate autonomous agents into a SOA using principles of model-driven development (MDD). It presents a metamodel (AgentMM) for a BDI-agent
more » ... ure and relates AgentMM to a platformindependent model for SOAs (PIM4SOA). In this paper we mainly concentrate our discussions on the service and process aspects of SOA and how transformations to agent technology would look like. We argue that this mapping allows the design of generic agent systems in the context of SOAs that are executable in an adaptive and flexible manner.
doi:10.1007/11872283_11 fatcat:zzo6a454pzgfbkrr64h7hk2vxi

Towards enterprise interoperability service utilities

Brian Elvesaeter, Francesco Taglino, Enrico Del Grosso, Gorka Benguria, Alberto Capellini
2008 2008 12th Enterprise Distributed Object Computing Conference Workshops  
This position paper presents the vision and initial results of the COIN (FP7-216256) European project for the development of open source Enterprise Interoperability (EI) services following the Softwareas-a-Service Utility (SaaS-U) paradigm.
doi:10.1109/edocw.2008.62 dblp:conf/edoc/ElvesaeterTGEC08 fatcat:ame4tekpenbstmzoz4jqngplsu

DataGraft Beta v2: New Features and Capabilities

Nikolay Nikolov, Dina Sukhobok, Stefan Dragnev, Steffen Dalgard, Brian Elvesæter, Bjørn Marius von Zernichow, Dumitru Roman
2017 International Semantic Web Conference  
In this demonstrator, we will introduce the latest features and capabilities added to DataGraft -a Data-as-a-Service platform for data preparation and knowledge graph generation. DataGraft provides data transformation, publishing and hosting capabilities that aim to simplify the data publishing lifecycle for data workers (i.e., Open Data publishers, Linked Data developers, data scientists). This demonstrator highlights the recent features added to DataGraft by exemplifying data publication of
more » ... atistical data -going from the raw data published at a public portal to published and accessible Linked Data with the help of the tools and features of the platform.
dblp:conf/semweb/NikolovSDDEZR17 fatcat:vjizvkf6vzfm5dojzv5krcjnqm

Networked Enterprise Transformation and Resource Management in Future Internet Enabled Innovation Clouds [chapter]

Brian Elvesæter, Arne-Jørgen Berre, Henk de Man, Man-Sze Li
2010 Enterprise Interoperability IV  
This paper presents the NEFFICS platform, which is a software platform as a basis for a new innovation driven ecology for networked enterprises, extended on top of an established cloud-based, software-as-a-service business operation platform, combined with an advanced innovation management software platform. The business context and value of the new platform will be demonstrated and validated in enterprise communities in two major European industrial sectors, through optimising their
more » ... performance and innovation capacity. Open Business Model Innovation and process/service/product innovation will be managed and measured to demonstrate value generation at the business level.
doi:10.1007/978-1-84996-257-5_29 dblp:conf/iesa/ElvesaeterBML10 fatcat:ha5wnuxwnfhqrlasiv2bilx6wu

Model Transformation Recommendations for Service-Oriented Architectures
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Dmitri Valeri Panfilenko, Katsiaryna Hrom, Brian Elvesæter, Einar Landre
2013 Proceedings of the 15th International Conference on Enterprise Information Systems  
The mapping rules from (Elvesaeter, Panfilenko, 2010) , (Hahn, 2009) , include no integration aspects. Therefore, we have defined view integration rules, which are collected in the Table 1 .  ...  Probably it can be necessary in the future to think of a special optimisation algorithm for larger models. 4) Further problem with patterns consists in the interpretation of patterns combination (Elvesaeter  ... 
doi:10.5220/0004445602480256 dblp:conf/iceis/PanfilenkoHEL13 fatcat:x6c76i6drjc6lndavliimukz5u

Service Innovation and Service Realisation with VDML and ServiceML

Arne J. Berre, Yannick Lew, Brian Elvesaeter, Henk de Man
2013 2013 17th IEEE International Enterprise Distributed Object Computing Conference Workshops  
It is shown how a service-oriented and model-based approach for Enterprise Architecture and Enterprise Engineering can provide agile support for the different abstraction and modeling levels from business model and service innovation to cloud-based service realisation. Business model innovation is supported with a basis in a business model framework with six views, where each view is supported by a corresponding diagram from the Value Delivery Modeling Language (VDML). Service innovation is
more » ... orted by the Service Modeling Language (ServiceML), which shares the core collaboration models of VDML for role modeling and value networks, according to the five views of the AT-ONE service innovation method. Service realisation is supported by further transformation to SoaML and a model-based service execution platform. This approach presents a framework using the emerging OMG standard language VDML together with ServiceML for service design and engineering, relating value models, process models, user interface and interaction flow models, and service architectures and service contract models.
doi:10.1109/edocw.2013.18 dblp:conf/edoc/BerreLEM13 fatcat:rvc43qdoyfclhnvqi7bhew6upe

Towards a Model-Driven and Role-Configurable Methodology Suite for Enterprise and Service-Oriented Interoperability [chapter]

Brian Elvesaeter, Arne-Jørgen Berre
2013 Interoperability for Enterprise Software and Applications  
doi:10.1002/9781118558003.ch16 fatcat:tk3gxycgnnblhddiu5h56ayuwa

Model Driven Service Interoperability through Use of Semantic Annotations

Arne-Jørgen Berre, Fangning Liu, Jiucheng Xu, Brian Elvesaeter
2009 2009 International Conference on Interoperability for Enterprise Software and Applications China  
This paper presents an approach for comparing two architectures for ontology-based semantic annotation for service interoperability, the EMPOWER architecture using platform specific XML-based technologies and the MEMPOWER architecture extending this with platform independent Model Driven Architecture (MDA) based technologies. We will compare the two architectures with respect to pilot requirements and experienced advantages and challenges for model driven systems. The two approaches are being
more » ... aluated based on examples from interoperability between ERP-systems in a Buyer/Seller interaction context.
doi:10.1109/i-esa.2009.58 dblp:conf/iesa/BerreLXE09 fatcat:syv2r3dvwngbhf4mczizf3xv6a

An Overview of the TBFY Knowledge Graph for Public Procurement

Ahmet Soylu, Brian Elvesæter, Philip Turk, Dumitru Roman, Óscar Corcho, Elena Simperl, Ian Makgill, Chris Taggart, Marko Grobelnik, Till Christopher Lech
2019 International Semantic Web Conference  
A growing amount of public procurement data is being made available in the EU for the purpose of improving the effectiveness, efficiency, transparency, and accountability of government spending. However, there is a large heterogeneity, due to the lack of common data formats and models. To this end, we developed an ontology network for representing and linking tender and company data and ingested relevant data from two prominent data providers into a knowledge graph, called TBFY. In this poster
more » ... aper, we present an overview of our knowledge graph.
dblp:conf/semweb/SoyluETRCSMTGL19 fatcat:xmcsy4qmvvfkpbefu2mkmhlwgq
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