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Editorial for the theme issue on model-based interoperability

Tony Clark, Jorn Bettin
2011 Journal of Software and Systems Modeling  
We would also like to thank the authors for submitting their work and for addressing comments and suggestions.  ...  Acknowledgments The editors would like to thank Martin Schindler and Geri Georg for their help in putting this theme issue together.  ...  The DSLs are mixtures of graphical and textual languages developed using a bespoke meta-language and specifically aimed at generating code into Microsoft solution architectures.  ... 
doi:10.1007/s10270-010-0184-6 fatcat:rpzbraqr6nh7nd7yfm5dhzpe6i

Using ontologies to improve semantic interoperability in health data

Harshana Liyanage, Paul Krause, Simon De Lusignan
2015 Journal of Innovation in Health Informatics  
We propose a four-step process and a toolkit for those wishing to work more ontologically, progressing from the identification and specification of concepts to validating a final ontology.  ...  These data are generally individual personbased records, but social care data are generally case based and less formal data sources may be shared by groups.  ...  Framework) 12 A family of World Wide Web Consortium specifications originally designed as a metadata data model OWL (OWL Web Ontology Language) 13 A family of knowledge representation languages  ... 
doi:10.14236/jhi.v22i2.159 pmid:26245245 fatcat:p4ixzyyddve2thkjrh6q2324au

"Generative Gateway Toolkit for Heterogeneous C3I Systems"

Greg Hupf, Rodney Davis
2006 MILCOM 2006  
Abstract Memory Model Abstract Shift Register Code Generator  ...  The new GGTK approach exploits the common and variable features of the communications gateway domain, combining reusable software assets that were systematically developed and assembled for generation  ...  , and a back-end that produces language-specific source code (e.g.  ... 
doi:10.1109/milcom.2006.302165 fatcat:4kh55xdp55g6zlkhxuni2odfzu

Making Canonical Workflow Building Blocks Interoperable across Workflow Languages

Stian Soiland-Reyes, Genís Bayarri, Pau Andrio, Robin Long, Douglas Lowe, Ania Niewielska, Adam Hospital, Paul Groth
2022 Data Intelligence  
Interoperability across different workflow languages is showcased through a protein Molecular Dynamics setup transversal workflow, built using this library and run with 5 different Workflow Manager Systems  ...  workflow languages and execution platforms.  ...  Bindings for workflow languages with a domain-specific language (DSL) for tool definitions (e.g. Galaxy, CWL) can, on the other hand, be generated in a more straightforward fashion.  ... 
doi:10.1162/dint_a_00135 fatcat:oe4fzw34jrbljn6qpsiaqyepda

Making Canonical Workflow Building Blocks interoperable across workflow languages

Stian Soiland-Reyes, Genís Bayarri, Pau Andrio, Robin Long, Douglas Lowe, Ania Niewielska, Adam Hospital, Paul Groth
2021 Zenodo  
Interoperability across different workflow languages is showcased through a protein Molecular Dynamics setup transversal workflow, built using this library and run with 5 different Workflow Manager Systems  ...  workflow languages and execution platforms.  ...  Bindings for workflow languages with a domain-specific language (DSL) for tool definitions (e.g. Galaxy, CWL) can on the other hand be generated in a more straightforward fashion.  ... 
doi:10.5281/zenodo.5727730 fatcat:meziz4xztnhthhr3oqquy7ktx4

Approaching semantic interoperability in Health Level Seven: Figure 1

Robert H Dolin, Liora Alschuler
2011 JAMIA Journal of the American Medical Informatics Association  
A framework for measuring semantic interoperability is proposed, using a technique called the 'Single Logical Information Model' framework, which relies on an operational definition of semantic interoperability  ...  Whether semantic interoperability tomorrow will enable one computer to talk to another, much as one person can talk to another person, is a matter for speculation.  ...  We would like to acknowledge G Schadow, one of the founders of the HL7 Reference Information Model, for his insights into semantic interoperability.  ... 
doi:10.1136/jamia.2010.007864 pmid:21106995 pmcid:PMC3005878 fatcat:kfs3lkyat5ha3dthrnuzl4352e

An Architecture for Implementing Application Interoperation with Heterogeneous Systems [chapter]

George Hatzisymeon, Nikos Houssos, Dimitris Andreadis, Vasilis Samoladas
2005 Lecture Notes in Computer Science  
For such applications, implementing the interoperation logic is both challenging and expensive.  ...  We propose an architecture and related development methodology, based on generative programming, to reduce implementation complexity, allow for rapid application development, ease deployment and manageability  ...  Summary -Future Work In this paper, we presented an architecture for application interoperation with heterogeneous infrastructures.  ... 
doi:10.1007/11498094_18 fatcat:nqctgzheqbdsfe7ydjtco7jw7y

Minimized Domain Knowledge for SOA-Based Interoperability

Azin Dehmoobad, Kamran Sartipi
2008 2008 IEEE Asia-Pacific Services Computing Conference  
The main focus in our proposed framework is the minimal use of domain knowledge for cross-domain interoperability.  ...  The first step in achieving such a large interoperability is to follow similar development processes for collaborating domains, which provides homogeneity in their architectures.  ...  We discussed, different levels of interoperability along with the list of WS-* family specifications.  ... 
doi:10.1109/apscc.2008.132 dblp:conf/apscc/DehmoobadS08 fatcat:eeejvvntpba6pp2erpgzbuy75i

A Comparative Study of Metamodel Integration and Interoperability in UML and Web Services [chapter]

Athanasios Staikopoulos, Behzad Bordbar
2005 Lecture Notes in Computer Science  
Similar to UML diagrams, Web services are specialised languages each one targeting a specific aspect and functionality of the system.  ...  and consistency across the integrated domains.  ...  As a result the transformations are equipped with more detailed rules and mappings and generate better-linked artefacts both in terms of specific models and code.  ... 
doi:10.1007/11581741_12 fatcat:rn7rs43fubfnve6ebxtnlf4zhm

On Patterns of Multi-domain Interaction for Scientific Software Development focused on Separation of Concerns

Ileana Ober, Iulian Ober
2017 Procedia Computer Science  
, either due to existence of programming languages tailored for the needs of a specific field (e.g.  ...  Here, we discuss these results as an example of constructive approach for interoperability of related languages.  ... 
doi:10.1016/j.procs.2017.05.288 fatcat:yeddfifwlfd2bnamo5t3p7xjh4

Enhanced Semantic Interoperability by Profiling Health Informatics Standards

Diego M. López, Bernd Blobel
2009 Methods of Information in Medicine  
Objectives: Several standards applied to the healthcare domain support semantic interoperability.  ...  UML offers several advantages such as tooling support, graphical notation, exchangeability, extensibility, semi-automatic code generation, etc.  ...  Acknowledgments The authors are indebted to thank their partners from HL7, OMG, and other organizations for collegial collaboration.  ... 
doi:10.3414/me9216 pmid:19283315 fatcat:m5xnuncqtfdzvabcrwnvnq7hee

UTSAF: A Multi-Agent-Based Software Bridge for Interoperability between Distributed Military and Commercial Gaming Simulation

Phongsak Prasithsangaree, Joseph Manojlovich, Stephen Hughes, Mike Lewis
2004 Simulation (San Diego, Calif.)  
This article describes an architectural approach for rapidly constructing middleware by taking advantage of built-in capabilities for processing, communication, and interoperation that a multiagent infrastructure  ...  exchange was later defined and published by the Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers (IEEE) in 1993 [2] and became the basis for interoperability among networked military simulations.  ...  This has led to the emergence of game engines, modular simulation code written for a specific game but general enough to be used for a family of similar games.  ... 
doi:10.1177/0037549704050907 fatcat:ebxhycg6ojemddp2sbpxys2zpu

Moving Toward Semantic Interoperability of Medical Devices

John J. Garguilo, Sandra Martinez, Richard Rivello, Maria Cherkaoui
2007 2007 Joint Workshop on High Confidence Medical Devices, Software, and Systems and Medical Device Plug-and-Play Interoperability (HCMDSS-MDPnP 2007)  
interoperable solutions.  ...  Users execute the tool to produce statements disclosing details of a specific implementation and specifying features provided by a particular medical device.  ...  However, abstract syntax languages are generally unsuitable for highprecision human understanding, especially of medical terms.  ... 
doi:10.1109/hcmdss-mdpnp.2007.16 fatcat:ms6hdledbvdxtacsfd4d3kfxqe

A Manufacturing Foundation Ontology for Product Life Cycle Interoperability [chapter]

Zahid Usman, Robert I.M. Young, Keith Case, Jenny Harding
2010 Enterprise Interoperability IV  
MFO is aimed to have the provision for introducing interoperability not only across departments but across organization as well.  ...  This paper presents the idea of a proposed Manufacturing Foundation Ontology (MFO) aimed at acting as a basis for the Product Life Cycle (PLC) interoperability.  ...  The authors would also to thank fellow researchers and colleagues in the IMKS project for their support and cooperation.  ... 
doi:10.1007/978-1-84996-257-5_14 dblp:conf/iesa/UsmanYCH10 fatcat:bcdeilumyzcgximtuq4obpxmw4

Revolutionary impact of XML on biomedical information interoperability

A. Shabo, S. Rabinovici-Cohen, P. Vortman
2006 IBM Systems Journal  
Revolutionary impact of XML on biomedical information interoperability The use of Extensible Markup Language (XML) to implement data sharing and semantic interoperability in healthcare and life sciences  ...  those basic codes.  ... 
doi:10.1147/sj.452.0361 fatcat:3qzveul2nvb43myatvitd3fyhe
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